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Man suffers severe burns in workplace accident

Workplace accidents happen in North Carolina and neighboring states despite the efforts of workers and their employers. Unfortunately, these accidents can leave workers suffering from serious injuries that cause a significant amount of medical bills. In fact, one man is now potentially fighting for his life after he was involved in a workplace accident.

Life lost in North Carolina workplace accident

The vast majority of workers in North Carolina are committed to both their safety as well as the safety of their co-workers while completing their job responsibilities. Unfortunately, even the safest of workers can sometimes be involved in a workplace accident. In fact, a man was recently killed at a foundry.

OSHA investigates following workplace accident

While all jobs hold some degree of risk, many -- such as those involving the use of heavy machinery -- can have an increased risk of injury. Both workers and employers in North Carolina and across the country often go to great lengths to protect employees, but a workplace accident can still occur. Unfortunately, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration is currently investigating a recent incident in another state that left a female employee with serious injuries.

3 suffer burn injuries in workplace accident

The potential for harm in any workplace is likely known. Employers in North Carolina and across the country typically work hard to educate workers about hazards, but despite their efforts, a workplace accident can still occur. Unfortunately, three workers have recently been hospitalized in another state following an incident that left them suffering from burn injuries.

Man sent to hospital following North Carolina workplace accident

Workplaces in North Carolina and across the country must follow certain standards that are in place to protect employers. If a workplace accident occurs, organizations such as the Occupational Safety and Health Administration often opt to conduct an investigation. It was not reported whether OSHA will conduct an investigation following a recent incident that sent a man to the hospital.

Fatal workplace accident remains under investigation

All occupations hold some degree of risk. While both employers and employees in North Carolina often take measures to prevent a workplace accident, hazards can appear in unexpected ways. Unfortunately, a recent fatal accident in another state is currently under investigation by the Occupational Health and Safety Administration.

Employee suffers burns in workplace accident

In certain occupations, employees in North Carolina and other areas of the country often receive extensive education in the importance of wearing protective gear as they complete their job responsibilities. Unfortunately, even when these safety standards are closely followed, an employee could still be injured in a workplace accident as a result of other factors in the work environment. Often, these accidents result in serious injury

Fatal workplace injury shuts down show production

As the average television viewer in North Carolina watches a production, he or she likely does not realize the effort that goes into the finished product. Unfortunately, the lives of actors and other workers can be at risk during the creation of a show. For example, an incident that resulted in a fatal workplace injury in another state recently shut down production of the popular "The Walking Dead" series.

North Carolina man killed in workplace accident

Hazards in the workplace come in a variety of different forms. Even workers who have spent a large portion of their lives in a particular industry can ultimately fall victim to a workplace accident. Unfortunately, multiple agencies are currently investigating a fatal accident involving a logger in North Carolina.

Assault leads to workplace injury for police officer

Car accidents can happen at any moment. While some accidents in North Carolina may be the result of a driver's negligence, they are typically unintentional. Unfortunately, a police officer in a different part of the country recently suffered a workplace injury when witnesses claim he was intentionally struck by a car.

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