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January 2020 Archives

New airborne contaminant recommendations released for workers

Construction workers in New Jersey may be interested in the new recommendations set forth by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, or NIOSH. The recommendations are designed to reduce exposure to dust, gases and other contaminants that may affect construction workers and building occupants.

FMCSA plans new study of large-truck crash factors

There are any number of factors that can contribute to a large truck accident, but a few of them are of relatively recent origin and have not been studied in depth. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration conducted its last large-truck crash causation study between 2001 and 2003, so an update is clearly needed. New Jersey residents should know that just such an update was announced at the start of 2020.

Loss of public support has meant less red-light cameras

New Jersey residents may or may not be aware of the controversy surrounding red-light cameras, or traffic-enforcement cameras. These are cameras placed at certain intersections to take photographs of drivers who run a red light. As a deterrent, they are effective; the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety says they reduce violations by 40%.

Reducing ergonomic injuries in warehouses with new wearable tech

Warehouse owners in New Jersey should be aware that 35% of all injuries that arise in warehouses are ergonomic injuries. It can be difficult to instruct employees on how to avoid such injuries. Classroom training can only go so far, and much of the material could be forgotten after a single week. Applying a standard indiscriminately can fail to take an employee's individual movements into account.

Is soft-tissue damage a serious car accident injury?

For years now, film and television regularly portray victims of soft-tissue damage as dishonest people attempting to scam someone else by exaggerating their injuries. While this may occur from time to time, the truth is that soft-tissue damage, commonly called whiplash, is a real injury that can practically paralyze a victim.

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