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November 2016 Archives

Safety researchers look into stressful work conditions

Kentucky employees who work long hours or has insufficient support from their supervisors may be more likely to be injured on the job. The link between stressful work conditions and work-related injuries is one of the main focuses of the Center for Work, Health and Wellbeing at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

How modern technology protects workers

Many Kentucky workers are safer today thanks to modern technology. In the past, metal detectors and security cameras were not as advanced, and evading traditional security guards wasn't as big of a challenge for would-be robbers. For people who go to work in high-crime areas, the advancements that have been made in workplace safety technology are potentially lifesaving.

Understanding the 3 types of driver distraction

There is no shortage of distractions to deal with when you are on the road, but it is your responsibility to identify and prevent them. Doing so is much easier when you understand what types of distractions you are likely to face. There are three primary distraction categories that are typically identified: visual, cognitive and manual. Sometimes you will even have to deal with all of these at once, as a report on driving with kids found. You can better understand principles of safe driving by learning about these distractions and avoiding them seriously.

How a graduated driver's license can benefit your teen

If you have a teenage son or daughter, he or she is likely excited about the prospect of hitting the road and claiming independence in the form of a driver's license. Though this is an important stepping stone, it is also a big risk. Accidents involving teen drivers cause injuries and even death at a higher rate than the rest of the driving population. This risk can be reduced, however, through enrollment in a graduated driver's license program. Here are more ways it can encourage safety.

What not to do when harassed about old or discharged debts

Some Kentucky consumers receive calls about debts they don't remember, that are beyond the statute of limitations, that are fraudulent or that have been discharged in bankruptcy. When people are contacted about these types of obligations, they need to be careful.

4 wet weather tips to follow while driving

Driving is a dangerous yet, for most people, necessary task. Every time you step into your car, you are facing the risks of other drivers, traffic troubles and weather conditions. The latter of these is a common cause of mayhem on the road and, according to the Federal Highway Administration, can cause impaired vision and other risks. You can minimize your chances of collision or injury by learning a few useful driving tips. Follow these pointers to avoid letting wet weather cause any undue problems.

Industries that have the highest injury rates

Kentucky citizens suffer work-related injuries every year, and some industries have higher numbers of work accidents than others. It is possible to reduce the likelihood of injury accidents in even the most dangerous jobs with careful attention to safety practices.

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