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March 2015 Archives

How do I know I have carpal tunnel syndrome?

A century ago, most Arizona workers earned a living in manufacturing, mining, farming or other labor-intensive professions. Back then jobs were more physically demanding and serious workplace injuries were more common.

How safe must scaffoldings be on construction sites?

Every year, 4,500 construction workers are injured and 50 die due to scaffolding-related accidents nationwide. With a few sensible precautions, Arizona worksites can significantly reduce the likelihood of a construction accident.

Arizona court to injured worker: no right to travel for care

Arizona employees who are injured on the job are entitled to compensation for many things - but blanket travel expenses for medical care is not one of them.

Worker rights and responsibilities under Arizona's OSHA

More than 40 years ago, Arizona's Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) was enacted to help keep employees safe on the job. Although the Division of Occupational Safety and Health (ADOSH), a state agency, is officially responsible for investigations and enforcement under the Act, employees play a crucial role in preventing work accidents.

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