This industry group provides collection and hauling services of waste.
These three industries combine for approximately 230 accounts reporting hours in Washington State. Of these 230 accounts 26% had a compensable claim and 37% had an accepted workers' compensation claim in a nine year study period.
Setting the parking brake would have saved him - true story
Cab or Trailer Entry/Exit
Consider the length of your career...(cab)
Don't fall for it- cab entry/exit | en Español
How to investigate an incident
Incident investigation checklist
100% chance of winter. Are you ready?
A kit to fit a freezin’ season
Links connect when chains get checked
Want to be a pro? Wear the footwear of the pros!
What will that decision cost you...
Lifting/ Manual Handling
Can you afford to live on 60 percent of your salary for the next 6 weeks?
Are you at the breaking point?
Published in The Route, September 2010.
The information provided on the linked sites is solely the view of the authors and does not reflect the official views of TIRES (Trucking Injury Reduction Emphasis) and / or L&I.
Slow down to get around campaign by the National Solid Wastes Management Association See them on YouTube.
Waste Age article: Staying sharp in the shop. Safety tips for waste equipment maintenance personnel.
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