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Going to work should never be dangerous, but as OSHA numbers tell us, that’s not always the case.

OSHA.net compiled OSHA’s weekly Fatality and Catastrophe reports from 2009 to 2014 to map out which cities are the most dangerous for workers.

Cities are ranked by the number of OSHA cases – not individual fatalities – in each city – and not per capita.

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10. Indianapolis
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9. Tampa
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8. San Antonio

Read Full Article At Ehstoday.com

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