FAQs - On The Job

You may still have a claim if your injuries are preventing you from earning as much money as before the accident, or they have forced you to take work that does not have the same potential for advancement and salary increases later on. In fact, you may still have a claim even if you are earning the same wages as before the accident.

A safety program is a set of policies and work practices specifically designed to reduce hazards and assure a safe work environment. It incorporates regulations and guidelines as established by OSHA, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. An effective safety program focuses on a commitment to monitor and improve safety on a regular basis.

OSHA (Occupational Safety & Health Administration) is part of the United States Department of Labor. It is the arm of the government responsible for promoting safety and health guidelines to reduce illness, injury and death on the job.
OSHA regulations, also known as standards, require employees to:

  1. Maintain conditions and/or promote practices necessary and appropriate to protect workers on the job
  2. Be familiar with and comply with standards applicable to their type of business
  3. Ensure that employees have and use personal protective equipment when required for safety and health
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