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April 2015 Archives

Keeping Minnesota workers safe from heat

When the human body gets warmer than 104 degrees Fahrenheit, it is considered to be a medical emergency called heat stroke. If an employee shows signs of heat stroke or other heat related medical issues, it is imperative to get medical help right away. In some cases, it may be necessary to call 911. Workers should be moved to a shaded area and given air and cold water. Additional signs of heat stroke include a lack of sweating, confusion and seizures.

The dangers of trench cave-ins

When employers in Minnesota allow excavation workers to enter an unprotected trench, they are placing those individuals at a serious risk of injury and death. Unprotected trench walls can suddenly collapse on workers without giving any kind of warning. At around 3,000 pounds, a single cubic yard of dirt has more than enough weight to suffocate or crush a trench worker.

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