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What risks do nurses and other caregivers encounter?

 From construction site injuries to mishaps that occur in work zones, people are familiar with many of the risks that workers face. However, it is essential to keep in mind that the health care industry can be particularly hazardous. Each day in Detroit, nurses and other types of caregivers face a wide variety of risks in the workplace. If you are employed in this line of work, it is critical to address an illness or injury appropriately and take steps to prevent these hazards from arising in the first place, when possible.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there are a wide variety of workplace hazards that nurses and other people employed in the health care industry face. In fact, people who work in these occupations have one of the highest non-fatal on-the-job illness and injury rates in comparison to all other industries. Not only do health care workers have to watch out for toxic chemicals, infectious diseases and dangerous drugs, but they may also be hurt due to sharp items or even violence. Many other dangers are also present, such as chronic stress and repetitive strain injuries.

If you were hurt in a mishap that took place while you were working, you need to look into any resources and tools that could help you recover. Depending on the nature of your occupational illness or injury, you may be able to obtain workers’ compensation. Fortunately, these benefits have helped many people who were hurt at work move forward from an incident that completely upended their life.

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