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October 2012 Archives

OSHA targets injuries due to falls, chemical hazards

Disseminating information about safety in the Wisconsin workplace is one duty of the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration. At a recent gathering of business officials, an OSHA representative spoke about the latest priorities within the government's safety watchdog organization.

2012 Wisconsin motorcycle fatality rate among the highest

State officials are analyzing data about this year's traffic deaths in Wisconsin. The number of fatal motorcycle accidents is of particular concern, because of a sharp spike in the 2012 death rate.

U.S. worker fatality rate falls in 2011, but not by much

According to the U.S. Secretary of Labor, 13 workers in Wisconsin and around the country die on the job every day. The latest government statistics on workplace fatalities emphasizes the need for strong safety practices to reduce incidents of job-related deaths and workers' compensation claims.

Wisconsin driver's health could have caused fatal crash

Delavan city police and accident observers are hinting that a medical problem could have caused a head-on collision in Walworth County. A 43-year-old Elkhorn man died after his Chevy Lumina crashed straight into a vehicle occupied by a family.

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