The 3 Most Dangerous Industries to Work In

January 20, 2017 | By admin


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An accident or injury can happen anywhere, at any place, and at any time. Working a seemingly safe job can still result in an injury under certain circumstances. Although it can be difficult to predict whether working in a certain industry will be risky or safe for the most part, the following industries tend to be some of the most hazardous, based on past accident reports and statistics:

Construction

Working on a construction site can be a very dangerous job. From hazardous equipment to working at unsafe heights, there are a lot of things that can go wrong when working in the construction industry. Because of this, it’s important that construction sites follow proper safety standards. From adequate training to safe equipment, it’s critical that all precautions are taken. Alas, even proper precautions are taken, construction site accidents do occur. Due to the nature of the work, many of these injuries tend to be catastrophic.

Aviation

Airplanes are powerful pieces of machinery that require dedicated aviation professionals. From the pilot to air traffic control, it’s essential that everyone involved in ensuring that a flight makes its journey safely does his or her job correctly. One wrong move or decision can be deadly for the people on the flight and others on the ground. Whether you work as flight crew or as a pilot, the aviation industry is undoubtedly one of the more hazardous industries there is.

Law Enforcement

From federal agents to local police officers, those working in the law enforcement industry are brave individuals who put their lives on the line everyday. Because they often find themselves dealing with very dangerous situations, it’s no surprise that this industry is an extremely hazardous one to work in.

 

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