1. Common Construction Area
Building and infrastructure development is one of the most dangerous occupations in the world. Even with all the safety harnesses and strict equipment maintenance, employees are still at risk of falling debris, unstable footing and grave injuries and infections. Employees can also inhale construction area chemicals, which can damage their bodies. Construction workers have bigger risk values than assembly line manufacturers, especially if the infrastructure becomes taller or is more perilous.
2. Manufacturing/Assembly Line
Factories that manufacture vehicles, equipment or other heavy-duty materials place their employees at high risk of injuries. Assembly lines require a great amount of carrying heavy equipment and material. Industrial equipment requires wire and electronics assemblies, which increase the risk of shock or burn injuries. Possible fire outbreaks in the facility is also anticipated, which gives most factory workers a high insurance premium.
3. Overnight/Interstate Truck Drivers
Interstate delivery drivers, who carry import or export goods, are at high risk of health and on the road accidents. Carrying tons of cargo with a heavy truck and traveling mostly at dusk or night time can cause problems with vehicle balance and visibility. Interstate truck drivers are placed at a high risk premium by insurance companies.
If you need to make an accident claim for any of these occupations, be sure to inform your employer and secure the necessary details to make your claim.