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June 2019 Archives

Expected high temperatures can bring workers' compensation claims

The California Division of Occupational Safety and Health urged employers to heed the high temperatures that have been predicted and protect workers from excessive heat exposure. Temperatures are expected to reach up to 100 degrees in the coming weeks. Taking the necessary precautions can prevent heat illness, and yet, each year the state-regulated workers' compensation program receives benefits claims from workers who were not protected.

The deadliest days for California’s teens to hit the road

For California’s teens, summertime means a release from school. Until school resumes in the fall, they’re largely free to enjoy the sunshine, long days and the company of their friends. But parents will want to make sure their teens are careful when they hit the road because we’re neck deep in the “100 Deadliest Days.”

Workers' compensation covers trench-related injury claims

Construction workers in California and elsewhere risk their lives whenever they enter trenches. The number of workers' compensation benefits claims that follow cave-ins is concerning, and authorities hope that the upcoming Trench Safety Stand Down from June 17 to 21 would prevent future wall collapses. Although trenches and excavations are both human-made cuts or depressions in the surface of the earth, trenches are those of which the depth is greater than the width, with widths not exceeding 15 feet.

At least 8 people have died on E-scooters

The E-scooter trend has been sweeping cities across the country. Companies like Lime and Bird allow users to rent scooters via cellphone app and then leave the scooters almost anywhere when they arrive at their destination. Most companies rent the scooters for an initial fee of about $1 and then add a few cents on for every minute.

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