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Take precautions when walking on snow and ice this winter

Walking on snow and ice is dangerous, especially if you aren't the most graceful person. You have to make sure that you are taking steps to remain safe as you walk around the city because the conditions of sidewalks can go from clear to horrible in just a few minutes when the snow is falling.

Construction workers are at risk of serious injuries

By nature, construction sites are hazardous. This is partially because of the risk that comes with working near heavy equipment and the other objects necessary to build structures. People who work in this industry should be provided with tools and knowledge that enables them to work safely despite the hazards.

Slip-and-fall accidents happen because of negligence

You had a busy morning, and it was your goal to get back to your hotel as fast as possible. You're in town for a short time, so you want to make sure you get to see as much of New York as you can. Sadly, as you walked into your hotel, you slid on the wet ground in the entrance. The tile, wet from melting snow, wasn't marked, and you fell, hard.

Is there lead in your tap water? – Part 2

While in many cases, the low levels of lead may not be a problem, high levels could cause a member of your household to experience lead poisoning. While the government has passed certain regulations, such as the Safe Drinking Water Act, some older homes and buildings can be more susceptible to the problem.

Is there lead in your tap water? – Part 1

Recently, you have seen reports in the news of lead found in paint in older buildings and even in tap water. You may be concerned about the presence of lead in your home, especially if you have young children. While the government has enacted various regulations over the last 20 years in order to promote safe drinking water, lead is sometimes still present in tap water. Often this is due to the use of metal taps, interior water pipes and even the connectors that attach your home to the city pipes.

Were you struck in the head in a construction accident?

One of the most common dangers to workers on a construction site is the ever-present threat of falling objects, especially when the project involves scaffolding. While construction site injuries come in many shapes and sizes, the injuries one suffers when he or she is struck on the head can be difficult to understand and explain to coworkers, superiors and family members.

Understand how circumstances can impact construction accidents

Construction work involves very dangerous equipment and work sites. These workers face the risk of injury and death each time they show up for work. It is imperative that employers take steps to reduce the risk of accidents, but it is still possible that construction accidents might occur.

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