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Safety Stories: The Mutual Blog

In a hot and humid environment, the human body must work hard to maintain a healthy temperature.
More than 2,000 people each day sustain a work-related eye injury.
In many instances, the only thing standing between a worker and a serious burn injury is protective clothing.
Because those in the construction industry face a miriad of job-related risks that can pose immediate injuries, the dangers posed by sun exposure are often neglected.
 
It's no secret that falls are a major safety concern on job sites.
 
Storm season's heavy rains can cause widespread flooding, but they can also cause erosion which is equally destructive.
Anyone who works in construction knows that falls are the number one cause of accidents and injuries.
Because Winter storms and freezing temperatures can wreak havoc on the roadways, Spring road repair is essential to fix potholes and other structural issues that weather and road salting can caus
In a work zone, the safety of workers and motorists depends largely on the flagger’s capabilities in carrying out their duties.
Research increasingly shows that lack of sleep not only affects work performance, but more importantly, it significantly affects safety.