Posts from February 2015.

Almost 350 workers in Missouri, Illinois and Arkansas suffered fatal injuries on the job in 2013, which is the most recent year of reporting by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. That's a combined increase of about 17 percent over 2012. Overall, the number of U.S. workers killed on the job actually decreased about 6 percent during the same period. The 2013 figures are preliminary and the government will release final tallies this spring.

The current 2013 breakout of fatal work injuries in Missouri ...

Two aviation crashes recently drawing media attention cast a spotlight on the disparate causes of fatal aircraft accidents/practices/aviation-accidents.

In 2014, a pilot of a small plane crashed in Colorado, killing both himself and his passenger. As it does in all U.S. aviation crashes, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) investigated to determine what went wrong and why.

Pilot Error Cited by Federal Agency

According to the NTSB's recently released report, the cause of the ...


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