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Petro Cohen Petro Matarazzo, PC

Workers' Comp | Personal Injury

2111 New Road, Suite 202 Northfield, NJ 08225

March 2019

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Partnering For a Safer Workplace

Employees have a right to a safe and healthy workplace. Employers also benefit by helping prevent on-the-job injuries. Working together, we can continue the recent trend in America toward a safer workplace.

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Vigilance Is Key to Safer Workplaces for All Americans

Commercial Fishing
Reality cable shows like Ax Men and Deadliest Catch have thrilled millions of viewers with an inside look at the two most dangerous jobs in America: logging and commercial fishing. But you don’t have to get tangled in a runaway fishing net or whacked by a falling tree to get hurt on the job. Every day, 14 Americans go to work and never come home. Every year, over 3 million more suffer debilitating injuries. Employee or employer, you should know how to prevent workplace injuries. 



#1 Deadliest

Logging was America’s most deadly industry in 2016 with 135.9 deaths per 100,000 workers, followed by fishing at 86 per 100,000.


Should You Drive the Forklift?

Don’t be like Michael Scott – Office humor teaches important lesson on safety training for dangerous machinery.



Improve worker safety and well-being with the Total Worker Health program from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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