Emergency medical services (EMS) workers are injured on the job at significantly higher rates than the general workforce and have three times the number of missed workdays due to their injuries, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) said. Analyzing data compiled from a four-year study of EMS workers, NIOSH developed a fact sheet for EMS worker injuries to help bring awareness to some of the occupational hazards these workers face while providing emergency services to others in need. According to NIOSH, more than 22,000 EMS workers are treated in emergency rooms every year for work-related injuries. Worker ... Read More
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