Blog Posts in September, 2014

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  • Who Dies from Work Injuries in Montana?
    Who Dies from Work Injuries in Montana?

    Do you work in Montana? Then your chances of dying in a work injury are second highest among all the states in the country, according to the state's Department of Public Health and Human Services. ...

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  • OSHA tightens workplace injury rules
    OSHA tightens workplace injury rules

    According to a recent article from the Houston Chronicle, starting in January, employers will be required by OSHA to report every time a worker is sent to the hospital for a workplace injury . This is ...

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  • Eastern Montana Attorney Notes Findings Of Methane Study
    Eastern Montana Attorney Notes Findings Of Methane Study

    Reports of methane in drinking water have come out of the Bakken formation in eastern Montana, North Dakota and southern Canada. The same issue has been noted in the shale oil of Texas and ...

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  • Montana Car Accident Statistics
    Montana Car Accident Statistics

    The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) holds to just one primary goal in releasing car accident statistics every year as part of its Comprehensive Highway Safety Plan, or CHSP: all highway ...

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  • Oil Field Injury Potential High When Blowouts Occur
    Oil Field Injury Potential High When Blowouts Occur

    The potential for blowouts and other serious accidents can make oil fields a challenging place in which to earn a living. Fortunately, blowouts are less common than they once were. Bakken Blowouts Do ...

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  • Construction Injury Causes and Safety Guidelines
    Construction Injury Causes and Safety Guidelines

    The construction profession is considered one of the most dangerous vocations in America. In fact, of all the different industries, the construction industry has the highest national average for ...

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