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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.

Exposed protruding steel reinforcing bars (or rebar) is one of the most dangerous hazards on a construction site.

Autumn can present some very unique hazards for those who work outdoors. Cooler temps and falling leaves are some of Fall's hallmarks than can cause illness or injuries.

According to the National Safety Council, there are some very common hazards in the workplace causing injuries, bodily trauma, and even death.

With an ever-increasing number of vehicles on the road and a greater number of work zones to make repairs for that traffic, road construction workers experience a substantially increased risk of in

While it's a well known fact that traffic cones are the first line of defense against accidents in work zones, did you know that simple additions to the cones can make your work zone exponentially

Noise-related hearing loss is one of the most widespread occupational health concerns in the U.S. Nearly 125,000 workers have experienced permanent noise-induced hearing loss related to their job.