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Computer program aims to improve health of office workers

AdobeStock_66551546.jpegWorking in an office can seem like a relatively safe and uneventful occupation, in terms of risks to our health. Office workers are not exposed to harsh weather for extended periods of time, they typically aren't operating heavy machinery or putting excessive physical demands on their bodies. 

Are you working in one of the most dangerous jobs in the US?

AdobeStock_71846889.jpegEvery job comes with some amount of risk to a person's health and safety. Even if you work at a desk in a climate-controlled office, you could still suffer conditions like carpal tunnel or back pain.

Safety hazards posed by the paper and pulp industry

AdobeStock_126051064.jpgThe paper and pulp industry is one of the oldest in North America, and we have one of the largest paper mills in the world right here in Georgia. Thousands of people work there to produce millions of tons of paper for magazines, books, newspapers and other products every year. If you work in a paper mill, you likely know the work can be exceptionally hazardous.

Who is at fault in work zone accidents?

AdobeStock_90217786.jpgRoad crews have an important job to do. They keep the roads healthy and safe, but the job does not come without risks. These people work all day long, every day a few feet away from busy lanes of traffic. While they do take precautions, like flashing lights and bright neon colored work gear, it doesn't always prevent accidents.

Common hazards for warehouse workers

AdobeStock_110058765 (1).jpgWarehouse owners in the Atlanta area who prioritize employee safety will likely experience improved productivity, which will have a positive impact on the bottom line. However, not all workers are fortunate enough to enjoy health and safety protection in their workplaces. If your employer fails to comply with the safety regulations of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, you may have to take precautions to prevent injuries.

Disabled Employee's RN Wife Entitled to Additional Pay for Nursing Services

shutterstock_477151726-300x200.jpgAn injured worker in an Atlanta workers' compensation case may be entitled to several types of benefits, including paid medical care. Of course, what exactly that "medical care" may entail varies widely from case to case.

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