A few months ago, we blogged about an absolutely horrific and fatal workplace accident in Illinois that claimed the life of a temporary worker after the worker was scalded on over 80 percent of his body with a wave of boiling acid and water. Continue reading “Illinois temporary workers more susceptible to workplace injuries”
In an absolutely horrific Illinois workplace accident that occurred last year at Komatsu America, an industrial worker had his arm severed when the machinery that he was working on at the Peoria plant malfunctioned. Continue reading “Illinois industrial accident claims worker’s arm and then life”
Firefighters report that they had been to the Illinois steel plant that had an explosion last week on previous occasions due to workplace accidents, but this was the worst they had responded to. The Occupational and Safety Health Administration is investigating the industrial accident that injured at least nine employees, but preliminary reports indicate it may have been an explosion of natural gas.
In an absolutely awful fatal Illinois workplace accident that occurred at a factory for household and grooming products, a temporary worker was doused in hot citric-acid and suffered burns across most of his body. Continue reading “Illinois worker doused in acid, factory delayed treatment”
On behalf of Frederick & Hagle posted in Industrial Workers’ Accidents on Friday, December 7, 2012.of
Last week, an Illinois man died a terrible death while he was on the job. Reportedly, the Illinois man worked as a part of a team that cleaned out storage tanks. The man was cleaning out a tank in Wheeling, Illinois, that housed a chemical solvent used in products like paint thinner.
In our last post, we detailed the fatal pinning of a coalminer under the machinery that he was operating at the Willow Lake Mine in southern Illinois the weekend before Thanksgiving. Continue reading “Illinois mine will close following death of worker”
An Illinois industrial worker was on the job at a factory that he had been employed at for three years when he injured himself through the course of his job. Reportedly, he was transporting a tub of shells when something went wrong and he suffered injury to his lower back and side. Continue reading “Illinois factory worker injures back at work”