Industrial workers take on significant risks to build the tools and infrastructure upon which all of us rely. With great importance comes great risk; between the heavy machinery, complex equipment, dangerous chemicals, and heights, industrial workers face an increased risk of workplace accidents.
On top of that, today’s competitive, high-volume business environment, encourages many employers to demand unreasonable performance and cut corners — even when employee lives are at stake. When accidents do happen, the results can be catastrophic or even fatal.
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What are the types of industrial accidents?
Industrial accidents vary and can occur in a variety of non-office settings, including chemical plants, construction sites, factories, mines, and more. While not every injury that occurs on an industrial worksite is necessarily worthy of a lawsuit, many are.
Industrial accident examples include: