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#52298 - 05/24/05 01:26 PM Lost-time injuries  
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How long have you or your company gone without a lost-time injury? Come on - start bragging.


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#52299 - 05/25/05 08:34 AM Re: Lost-time injuries  
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We went about 4 years with no lost time injuries. I ended that streak in January of '04 when I had a floor collapse during a remodel of a 100+ year old building. Destroyed my left knee. First surgury was in Feb. of '04, second was in June of '04 and the third was 8 weeks ago. Haven't worked with my tools since the accident happened. I did work in the office for 6 weeks between surgeries. Does almost a year and a half off work count as a lost time accident?



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