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Archive: December 2019

Work Fatalities Rise, NSC Calls on Employers to Improve Safety

Arizona residents should know that there was a 2% rise in work-related fatalities nationwide from 2017 to 2018. The number went from 5,147 to 5,250, according to recent data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The BLS goes on…

What to Do When a Workers' Compensation Claim is Denied

Most employers in Arizona and throughout the country are required to carry workers’ compensation insurance. Workers’ compensation benefits help to pay medical bills that a worker incurs after getting hurt on the job. It may also help a worker recoup…

Risks for Warehouse Workers on the Rise

Warehouse workers in Arizona may face serious safety risks on the job, especially as automation becomes a more omnipresent factor. A growing number of workers are employed in the warehouse sector, especially as online sales continue to dominate the retail…

Amazon’s Troubled Past With Injury Reporting

Amazon employs thousands of people in Arizona and across the nation. While millions of people rely on Amazon to quickly order the items that they want, the company has had problems with worker safety. According to a recent article, the…

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