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Those who work outdoors face an array of potential hazards. Working at heights, working in close proximity to moving vehicles, and working with heavy machinery can all be dangerous undertakings.

Low back pain is the single leading cause of disability worldwide, and is also the leading contributor to missed

Colder temperatures can pose additional dangers to those working in already hazard-prone industries such as construction and other outdoor work.

Being able to identify the signs and symptoms of hypothermia and frostbite can help prevent illnesses and/or fatalities that can occur as a result.

While it isn't surprising that 65% of those employed in the construction industry work on scaffolding, it may be surprising to learn that each year about 4,500 injuries and over 60 deaths directly

Machines in the workplace can greatly increase productivity, but they can also increase the risk of injury if not used properly.

One of the most widespread dangers of navigating snowy/icy roads is the accumulation of snow which can mask road markings, curbs, and other roadway delineations.

For those who make a living outdoors, winter can pose a unique set of hazards not found in other occupations or in other seasons.

Working in or near traffic can be hazardous. Each year, nearly 1,100 lives are lost in work zones and . But accidents and injuries can be prevented.

Each year, more than 2,000 people annually are admitted to burn centers with severe arc flash burns.