Every day in hospitals throughout the U.S., nurses are on the front lines of healthcare and in the trenches caring for patients. From ensuring patients are comfortable and take their medications to monitoring patients' vital signs and caring for their wounds to prevent infection, on a single shift, nurses are often required to attend to and monitor the needs of several patients.
Do you work on a construction site? There is a good chance that some, if not most, of your tasks require you to climb a ladder, work on a scaffold, use ropes and pulleys or any other devices that pose significant risk for injury.
During 2014 alone, the National Highway Transportation and Safety Administration reports that a total 3,903 people died in crashes involving large commercial trucks. Weighing several tons more than the average personal vehicle and barreling down our nation's freeways at 70 MPH, it's no wonder that individuals who are involved in traffic accidents involving commercial trucks often suffer serious, debilitating and even fatal injuries.
Residents throughout New York State lead hectic lives and often have important personal and professional responsibilities that need immediate and ongoing attention. Many busy parents and professionals religiously rely upon their smartphones to schedule events, text, email, conduct research and make calls.