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According to OSHA, work related fires and/or explosions account for more than 5,000 burn injuries every year.

Snow and ice can create multiple visibility challenges for drivers. Curbs, road markings and other roadway delineations are difficult to see once a winter storm hits.

Two major hazards for those who work outdoors in winter are cold exposure and slips, trips and falls. Here are some ways to help avoid these cold-weather dangers:

Just because the holiday season is upon us doesn’t mean that workers fixing our roads are taking a holiday.
Just because the holiday season is upon us doesn’t mean that workers fixing our roads are taking a holiday.
Just because the holiday season is upon us doesn’t mean that workers fixing our roads are taking a holiday.
Workplace safety shouldn’t take a holiday when the holiday season is here.
Winter’s coming. And for those who work outdoors, cold weather ads another element of danger to an already hazardous job.
 
Accidents, injuries and fatalities in the workplace can be both devasting and costly.
Nearly 30 million workers annually are exposed to noise levels that can result in significant hearing loss.