Workplace Accidents Archives

Sleep deprivation and workplace accidents

Accidents in the workplace happen for many reasons. Sometimes, these accidents are out of a worker’s control, while other accidents take place due to factors that could have been prevented, from intoxication to carelessness. Our law firm knows that the risk of accidents can be especially high in certain fields, such as those which may leave an employee fatigued or deprived of sleep. For example, working graveyard shifts could interfere with a worker’s sleep schedule, increasing the chances of something going wrong.

Post-traumatic stress and work accidents

Workers who sustain an injury on-the-job may struggle with various challenges afterward, from physical pain to financial problems (lost wages, hospital bills, and so on). However, our law firm recognizes that it is not always possible to know the full extent of the problems an injured worker will face shortly after the accident has occurred. For example, some people may sustain a head injury and not know that they suffered a traumatic brain injury, which could haunt them later on. Or, some people might develop post-traumatic stress disorder as a result of the accident.

Vineyard worker dies in California accident

This blog has gone over many types of fatal workplace accidents, whether they involve heights or toxic chemicals. However, on-the-job accidents that involve vehicles often have especially tragic outcomes in San Bernardino, California. While many workers whose job involves driving pass away after colliding with another vehicle, such as a taxi driver losing his or her life in a head-on crash or a trucker passing away after being hit by another truck, there are many other ways that fatal work accidents involving vehicles can occur.

Weather and on-the-job accidents

On this blog, we have addressed many of the different factors that contribute to workplace accidents, from wet floors to repetitive strain and dangerous equipment. However, our law firm also knows that weather can play a role in workplace accidents in San Bernardino, as well as other California areas. From extreme heat to heavy rainfall and other weather events, workers may need to be mindful of the potential risks associated with weather.

Back-to-school stress and workplace mishaps

We have covered many different reasons why workplace accidents occur, from slippery surfaces to dangers that are present on construction sites. However, there are many more factors that can contribute to a workplace accident that workers and employers sometimes fail to realize. At Kampf, Schiavone & Associates, we know that some people are under an incredible amount of stress due to back-to-school season. Believe it or not, this stress could cause an accident to take place on a job site in San Bernardino, California.

Restaurant workers and on-the-job accidents

For cooks, waitresses, dishwashers and everyone else who is employed in the restaurant industry, a number of hazards are present that can cause an injury. Each day, restaurant workers are injured in different ways, some of which are very serious. Not only do these injuries frequently lead to physical pain, but they can also cause financial problems and in some cases the loss of life. At Kampf, Schiavone & Associates, we understand the risks that restaurant workers in San Bernardino face every single day.

Are work zone accidents occurring more often?

For road workers and others who find themselves in work zones, including the drivers and passengers of vehicles traveling through, work zone accidents can be very dangerous. Regrettably, these crashes happen all too often in California and upend the lives of those who are just trying to carry out their job responsibilities. Unfortunately, there is evidence which suggests they are becoming more common.

Work accidents in the manufacturing industry

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were more than 12 million employees working in the manufacturing industry at the start of 2017. Unfortunately, some of these workers may be hurt in a jobsite accident, which underlines the importance of preventing workplace accidents across all industries throughout the state of California. However, there are a number of safety concerns that are especially common in manufacturing, such as exposure to toxic chemicals and machinery that is not maintained correctly.

Are work zone accidents more likely at certain times?

In order to avoid work zone accidents, as well as all other types of on-the-job accidents, it is vital for employees to develop a firm understanding of the risks they may encounter. Not only do workers need to know the potential dangers they may come across in San Bernardino, and across all of California’s regions, but they should also be aware of other factors that may increase the chances of an accident. For example, the time of week or the time of day may play a role in an accident that occurs in a work zone.

What are some hazards that health care workers face?

On this blog, many of the hazards that construction workers face have been discussed. However, it is important to keep in mind that those who work in all occupations may face certain dangers on the job. If you work in the health care industry, there are a number of potentially risky situations you may find yourself in and it is essential to be prepared. In San Bernardino, and all other California areas, it is also crucial for those who become hurt or ill due to a workplace incident to explore different resources that can help.

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