A construction worker who was on a job in a state near Arizona died after succumbing to injuries he sustained in a construction site accident. The man was working on a sewage line and was apparently in a trench.
A suburb of Phoenix is re-considering how it manages its funds in order to ensure that this city's injured employees will receive their workers' compensation benefits to which they may be entitled.
While many who work behind the scenes in Arizona's hotels and resorts face grueling tasks that can contribute to long-term injuries, it was recently reported that most OSHA inspections may not focus enough on the hotel industry in Arizona. Instead, most of OSHA's efforts are geared toward the construction industry.
Police recently found a man, who had been reported missing, at his place of employment. He had apparently died because of some sort of factory accident. The plant at which this man works makes castings for automobiles. Details of both the accident and the ensuring search for this man-who was not identified-remain sketchy. It is therefore unclear whether rescuers could have saved the man's life had someone located him earlier.