May 2015 Archives

Martin's grocery store sued for slip-and-fall accident

On June 11, an arbitrator in Pennsylvania will hear the case of a woman who was injured after falling at a Martin's Food Markets store in Royersford. The woman filed a lawsuit in the Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas in September after she claims she suffered from serious injuries during a slip-and-fall accident that occurred on July 7, 2013.

OSHA's advice for preventing heat-related injuries on-the-job

Heat-related illnesses are problems in Pennsylvania and around the nation. According to one Occupational Safety and Health Administration study, illness from extended exposure to a high-heat work environment affects thousands of employed individuals each year. Out of those thousands, 30 people died in 2010. While OSHA has no best practice standard for heat related illnesses in place, the General Duty Clause, part of the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, calls for employer accountability in matters of workplace safety. This guideline requires employers to provide a safe working environment that is free of potential dangers that could cause harm or death including heat related risks.

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