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The Dangers of Certain Occupations In Philadelphia

by The Beasley Firm  |  May 18, 2018  |  

Most people don’t feel the need to be concerned when they go to work. After all, the thought of various dangers don’t typically cross their mind. Unfortunately, this is not always the case for workers as some are in industries that do leave employees vulnerable to potential dangers.

These are difficult situations to deal with as nobody should have to fear potential dangers, especially in their workplace. Understanding the potential dangers in various occupations, however, can help workers avoid some of the troubles they may face.

Bus Drivers

Bus drivers are crucial for many people who need to go to work or for children who need to go to school. However, there are some other drivers on the road who may be negligent, causing a collision. Furthermore, in matters of product liability, parts of the bus may be defective.

Defective parts make it difficult for drivers to operate the vehicle or in some cases, may cause a crash such as when brakes fail. This situation may allow the bus driver—and anyone else injured—to take legal action against the manufacturer.

Freight Laborers

These workers may be subject to demanding conditions which can lead to serious injuries. However, they may also be exposed to materials that can cause illnesses. Because of this, laborers must have proper safety equipment provided by the employer in order to protect themselves.

Maintenance Workers and Machinery Repair

In 2015, individuals in this industry suffered roughly 1,230 injuries. This also includes eight deaths the same year. This includes auto technicians, machine repairmen, and others in the sector. This is often because of the electrical factors, heavy machinery, and in some cases, height of the workspace.

Philadelphia Workplace Injury Attorneys Here to Help You

At The Beasley Firm, our team recognizes some of the potential dangers that workers in various industries face. Employers are mandated to ensure workers have safety equipment and standards where applicable. Without these, workers can be in danger of serious injury.

If you’ve been harmed because of negligence or because the lack of safety standards in your workplace, we encourage you to speak with our team about what options you may have. We’re here for you every step of the way.

Let us help you! Give us a call today.

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