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Thousands of workers are injured every year by entirely manageable hazards that arise from outdoor work, particularly in the summer heat. Employees can enhance their safety by following a few simple recommendations.
Summer is here, and so are a host of occupational hazards for those who will be working outdoors, such as landscapers and construction workers. It is true that worker’s compensation and personal injury law will compensate you for the illnesses and injuries that result from many of these hazards.
But wouldn’t it be better to simply avoid harm in the first place?
Outdoor work is often an economic necessity, even in the summer. What you can do, however, is anticipate problems before they arise and institute sensible safety precautions. Following is a very abbreviated list of some of the hazards you might face while working outside and some of the precautions you should consider.
Heat Stress: “Heat stress” is a catch-all term that includes various heat-related dangers such as heat stroke, heat cramps, heat exhaustion and heat rash. Recommendations:
Sun Exposure: Fair-skinned workers are particularly vulnerable to sun exposure, even on cloudy days. Recommendations:
Noise: Although noise pollution is not directly related to hot weather, it tends to occur more frequently during the warmer months when outdoor work is at its peak. Permanent hearing loss is a frequent consequence. Recommendations:
Bio-hazards (poisonous plants and animals): Common bio-hazards include poison ivy, poisonous spiders, venomous snakes and insects carrying infectious diseases. Recommendations:
Diseases Carried by Insects: Insects can carry various diseases, including the Zika virus and Lyme disease. Recommendations:
If you have suffered an work injury that you believe was caused by outdoor work; especially if you believe your condition resulted from insufficient safety precautions taken by your employer or the owner of your work site, contact the Dallas Personal Injury Lawyers at Rasansky Law Firm for help establishing your claim.
We can be reached 24/7 at (214) 617-1886 or (214) 617-1886 for a free case evaluation. Your legal bill will be zero unless you win compensation.
Want to know more about Work Injuries as it relates to your case? Give us a call right now at (214) 617-1886 to learn more about your legal options, as well as how we may be able to help you on a no-win no-fee basis.
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