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What protective equipment must employers provide?


The first lines of defense in preventing workplace injuries are equipment guards and training. If those measures are inadequate or impractical, OSHA rules require employers to provide all affected employees with personal protective equipment, or PPE.

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.

Pursuing compensation after a workplace accident


Getting hurt at work can leave you with plenty of questions. In Arizona, workers' compensation is an important avenue of relief for those who are hurt while on the job. There are a lot of serious considerations, depending on the severity of an injury.

Work-related inspections in Arizona by ADOSH


Being concerned about workplace safety is important. Procedures can always be improved and there are new ways of looking at safety. Every organization, whether it is in any field, from construction to web design, should have a priority to make the place of work safe. In Arizona, it's important for an employer to provide all workers with a safe environment to perform the responsibilities of their position. This can range from maintaining temperature conditions to making sure heavy equipment is handled with extreme caution. Often standards are held in compliance by inspections.

Arizona House votes on new workers' safety bill


Federal and state regulations for worker safety are meant to help reduce injuries. An accident at work leads to decreased productivity, an examination of working practices and sometimes a long stay in a hospital. Being injured on the job is difficult because of the hardships of recovering from an injury. A simple slip and fall or any work accident can have long-term implications. Regulations are in place to help workers stay safe but also allow them financial support if they are hurt in Arizona.

Tucson truck crash leaves three injured


When Arizona residents are injured on the job they may be entitled to compensation. A professional driver or construction worker may find themselves transporting large quantities of supplies each week. An injury on the roads can be devastating to someone carrying a large load. When drivers are traveling at high speeds on the Arizona roadways a crash can be even deadlier. Truck driving accidents can lead to serious long-term injuries.

How to be safe at your holiday party


Holiday parties are a time for companies and business owners to be thankful for their workforce. They allow people to get together, be social and maybe interact with other workers who they don't see on a day-to-day basis. Unfortunately, some parties may end in a work accident, even if workers are exercising caution. There are several tips for workers on how to safely navigate the annual holiday party at work.

Recent incidents demonstrate need for safety at AZ grain bins


Although people may not commonly think of Arizona as an agricultural state, the state has its fair share of farms. Those Arizona farmers who grow wheat and other grains do in all probability rely on the services of a grain bin or grain elevator to store their product.

OSHA embattled with Sea World over employee safety

Every Arizona worker should be able to go to work and feel safe. Unsafe working conditions can easily lead to dangerous workplace accidents. In order to make workplaces as safe as possible, there are state and federal laws to protect workers. These laws regulate employers conduct and set safety standards for each industry.

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