Dallas Crane Collapse Raises Several Questions

Sunday June 9, 2019. As heavy winds ripped through Dallas and other parts of Texas, a crane toppled and crashed into an apartment complex below leaving one dead, several other’s injured and hundreds of residents without a home. The apartments, known as Elan City Lights, were not even under construction. The crane was on an […]

Forklift Safety Saves Lives

When you think about dangerous jobs, people working in warehouses and on loading docks probably don’t spring to mind. You may immediately think of those working with hazardous chemicals, working high above the ground on construction sites, or working with electricity. However, forklifts present a greater risk than many realize—particularly when appropriate safety measures are […]

On-the-Job Concussions Impact More than NFL Players

Over the past few years, the news has been filled with reports about the dangers National Football League (NFL) players, professional wrestlers and others face from repeated head injuries on the job. Earlier this year, chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), which was once believed to present a risk primarily to boxers, was discovered in 110 of […]