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Safety signage by NIOSH - Nat Inst for Occupational Safety & Health. Construction Safety by NIOSH - Nat Inst for Occupational Safety & Health. These workers are at a dangerous height. Using proper harness safety prevents falls and deaths. Cutting welding metal rods by NIOSH - Nat Inst for Occupational Safety & Health. Two workers cutting and welding metal rods. Workers can be seen wearing gloves and eye protection. Highway worker using concrete saw by NIOSH - Nat Inst for Occupational Safety & Health. Frostbite by NIOSH - Nat Inst for Occupational Safety & Health. Frostbite especially of the extremities can be severe with destruction of the skin and deeper tissues. Degrees of injury are graded according to the depth of tissue damage similar to thermal burns. Painters using safety equipment by NIOSH - Nat Inst for Occupational Safety & Health. These workers are preparing for a paint job using proper harness safety. Painters working at dangerous heights by NIOSH - Nat Inst for Occupational Safety & Health. These workers are at a dangerous height. Using proper harness safety prevents falls and deaths. Safe Road Construction by NIOSH - Nat Inst for Occupational Safety & Health. Road construction has many hazards but with proper warning cones and safety equipment a road can be marked during a busy work day of traffic. Worker wearing half-mask replaceable particulate filter respirator by NIOSH - Nat Inst for Occupational Safety & Health. Side view of half-mask replaceable particulate filter respirator.
Drywall Crane Workers by NIOSH - Nat Inst for Occupational Safety & Health. Most worksites have large equipment that can be very hazardous. However, keeping a worksite tidy will also prevent accidents. This worksite is cluttered with trash, materials, and equipment.
Hands damaged by kerosene by NIOSH - Nat Inst for Occupational Safety & Health. The hands, wrists and forearms are the most frequent sites of involvement in cases of industrial contact dermatitis. The hands and wrists of this worker with a chronic dermatitis show the effect of long term exposure to a solvent, in this case kerosene....
Drawing of a scaffolding accident by NIOSH - Nat Inst for Occupational Safety & Health. Illustration of a scaffolding accident.
Worker chopping pipe with a saw. by NIOSH - Nat Inst for Occupational Safety & Health. Worker chopping pipe using a saw. Worker is wearing proper hearing PPE.
Construction workers not wearing fall protection equipment by NIOSH - Nat Inst for Occupational Safety & Health. Construction workers at a considerable height without approrpriate fall protection equipment.

Practice Areas

Accidents, Injuries, Malpractice, Negligence, Construction and Work-Related Accidents

Auto, Bus, Train, Trucking Litigation
Automobile Accidents
Bicycle Accidents
Brain Injuries, Burns and Fractures
Construction Accidents
Defective Products
Defective Stairs and Premises
Fire and Explosion
Gas Tank Explosions
Inadequate Supervision and Control
Medical Malpractice
Motorcycle Accidents
Pedestrian Accidents
Personal Injury
Pharmaceutical Torts
Premises Liability
Property Damage Claims of All Kinds
School Accidents
Slip and Fall Accidents
Trip and Fall Accidents
Workers' Compensation ("Workers' Comp")
Work-related Accidents
Wrongful Death

Sampling methamphetamine levels by NIOSH - Nat Inst for Occupational Safety & Health. Sampling methamphetamine levels in a former clandestine lab. Request was made by Hamilton County, OH Health Department and City of Forest Park, OH, Fire Department to assess possible exposures that may occur during demolition.
Warning sign for manlift by NIOSH - Nat Inst for Occupational Safety & Health. "NOTICE: Manlift for use by trained and authorized employees only. Manlift Instructions:  - Face the belt.  - Use the handhold.  - To stop, pull rope in direction of travel.  - New employees keep off until instructed.  - Report any malfuntions.  - No double riding.  - No tools, materials, or equipment to be carried on manlift."
Looking in the manhole by NIOSH - Nat Inst for Occupational Safety & Health.
Electrical burn on hand by NIOSH - Nat Inst for Occupational Safety & Health. Electrical burns may show erythema and bullae from the heat of arcing current or may be non-descript with severe internal damage between the points of contact and exit of the current.
Damaged safety gloves by NIOSH - Nat Inst for Occupational Safety & Health. Rubber safety gloves damaged from electrical shock.
Worker with safety harness by NIOSH - Nat Inst for Occupational Safety & Health. Back shot of worker with safety harness on. Worker without proper safety equipment by NIOSH - Nat Inst for Occupational Safety & Health. Worker at a considerable height lacking any kind of PPE.

Illustration of window washers by NIOSH - Nat Inst for Occupational Safety & Health.

Illustration depicting a window washer falling by NIOSH - Nat Inst for Occupational Safety & Health. Effects of work shoes from sweating by NIOSH - Nat Inst for Occupational Safety & Health. This patient developed a bilateral and symmetric sub-acute dermatitis from the rubber accelerator, mercaptoben zothiazole, which was leached from the rubber portion of his work shoe as a result of sweating. In this case there is some edema and erythema. PPE for spraying truck bed liners by NIOSH - Nat Inst for Occupational Safety & Health. Photo is just one illustratration of what Personal, Protective, Equipment (PPE) is needed for spraying truck bed liners. The photos show employees preparing a pickup truck for spraying, inspecting PPE before spraying and the positions used in spraying the liner onto the truck bed. G7FN2606PPE for spraying truck bed liners by NIOSH - Nat Inst for Occupational Safety & Health. Photo is just one illustratration of what Personal, Protective, Equipment (PPE) is needed for spraying truck bed liners. The photos show employees preparing a pickup truck for spraying, inspecting PPE before spraying and the positions used in spraying the liner onto the truck bed. Worker sandblasting without proper protection by NIOSH - Nat Inst for Occupational Safety & Health. Worker sandblasting without the use of proper PPE. His face is covered with a bandana instead of a replaceable particulate filter respirator. Sandblasting with protective gear by NIOSH - Nat Inst for Occupational Safety & Health. Worker sandblasting wearing full coverage protective gear. Worker wearing positive-pressure supplied air respirator by NIOSH - Nat Inst for Occupational Safety & Health. Side view of positive-pressure supplied air respirator.
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