Today, employers – especially those in manufacturing – often bend over backwards to make safety a top priority on the job – and it certainly shows. In fact, the Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate in steel – or the time an employee is away from a job due to injury – has dropped 64% since 2006.

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When the volunteer coordinator tells you to dress in long sleeves and long pants, you do it. No questions asked. Well we should’ve asked questions because Tuesday was a hot one! Fifteen of our associates hiked around Chagrin Reservation, part of the Cleveland Metroparks system, and painted fences throughout the park. The original plan was…

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The CORE Dashboard provides a concise overview of all items covered in detail within the report. Arrows next to each indicator display week-over-week movement to provide “at-a-glance” comprehension of the current steel market status.

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Man wearing a hard hat.

In fact, the situation was so dire in 1900 that numerous studies showed only about half of all fatally injured workers recovered anything from their employer. And when they did win, settlement payouts were usually only half of a full year’s salary.

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