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Ensuring The Safety of Pennsylvania Worksites
Date:6/18/2013

York, Pennsylvania (PRWEB) June 18, 2013

Two weeks ago, eyes across America were glued to a situation which unfurled in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. As reported by CNN on June 6 in an article titled "6 dead in Philadelphia building collapse, 13 injured," a building scheduled to be demolished ended up burying a group of individuals in a nearby shop, and six of those persons succumbed to their injuries. It was a sad day for the state and the country.

The situation should serve as a reminder that the safety of Pennsylvania worksites must be assured by contractors. Without a series of checks and balances, it’s impossible to protect workers and those who dwell within structures.

The York workers’ compensation lawyers of Handler Henning & Rosenberg are saddened by recent events and hope that employers across the state will do whatever they can to protect workers from perilous worksites. David H. Rosenberg explains matters in greater detail:

“Some worksites, such as those along highways, are more dangerous than others. But no matter where construction is taking place, employees should be able to go to work without having to worry about whether or not their entire way of life will be changed in an instant. It’s up to employees to protect workers from harm and do the right thing when an injury does occur.”

If employers truly want to create a welcoming atmosphere where worksite safety receives top priority, they might heed the following tips gleaned from years of workers' compensation representation.

•Training- A worker can’t engage in safe practices if he or she hasn’t been informed o
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