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Industrial accidents: Fatal incident under investigation

Most employers in North Carolina are dedicated to protecting the safety of their workers. However, when working with heavy machinery, industrial accidents can still happen. In fact, a man recently lost his life in a work accident in another state.

2 injured in work accident at recycling plant

Most workers in North Carolina and across the country are committed to observing all safety standards and recommendations. However, when working around heavy machinery and moving parts, it is not always possible to completely eliminate the possibility of a work accident. Unfortunately, two people were recently injured in a recent accident that happened in another state.

Fatal work accident remains under investigation

In a workplace, there are often obvious dangers. As such, employers in North Carolina and other areas of the country will often ensure that workers are protected from these known risks. However, there are sometimes hazards that may be difficult to predict. In fact, a man in another state recently lost his life in a work accident.

Injured worker transported to hospital

Most workers in North Carolina and across the country are aware that all workplaces have some potential for injury. However, the risks may be higher in certain workplaces. In fact, an injured worker in another state was recently transported to the hospital after he was reportedly involved in a workplace accident.

Fatal work accident near Disney World under investigation

Most people in North Carolina and across the country associate Disney World with happiness and family fun. However, there is often a great deal of energy and effort put in by a variety of different workers to ensure that a visit goes smoothly. Unfortunately, a worker in a Walt Disney World employee area was recently the victim of a fatal work accident.

Man suffers critical injuries in work accident

When many people in North Carolina think of dangerous occupations, the first thing that frequently comes to mind may be jobs like firefighters, police officers or military personnel. While those jobs certainly have risks, all jobs -- especially those that require the use of heavy machinery -- could result in a work accident. Unfortunately, a man in another state recently suffered serious injuries in a recent incident.

3 injured in work accident; 2 remain hospitalized

Under regular circumstances, most employees in North Carolina likely know how to protect their safety. However, when unusual, difficult-to-anticipate scenarios arise, accidents can happen. Unfortunately, three people were recently injured in a work accident that happened in a neighboring state.

Power plant shut down as part of work accident investigation

The vast majority of workers in North Carolina and across the country report to their job site as required, ready to work in a way that ensures their overall safety. As such they follow all safety protocols. Unfortunately, they could still be at risk of injury from a work accident if equipment malfunctions, for example.

OSHA investigating fatal work accident

It is in the best interest of employers in North Carolina and across the country to ensure that their employees are safe while they complete their work responsibilities. Unfortunately, even employers that go to great lengths to protect personal safety can experience a work accident. In fact, OSHA is set to investigate a recent fatal accident in another state.

Man dies in work accident involving chute

When most people in North Carolina think of dangerous professions, they often think of firefighters and police officers who are often forced to face dangerous elements face to face. However, those who work in an industrial or construction setting often face just as many threats. In fact, a man in another state recently passed away as a result of a work accident.

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