4,585 workers died on the job in 2013

4/02/2015 UT: Worker struck and killed by part of oil drill assembly.

4/10/2015 MS: Worker killed in fall at residential construction site.

4/12/2015 AL: Pedro Garcia killed in fall from roof.

4/14/2015 NE: Dallas Foulk & Adrian LaPours killed in explosion of tanker containing petroleum waste.

4/21/2015 TN: Frank Wade died in fall from a ladder.

4/22/2015 GA: Clarence Timms died after inhaling hydrogen sulfide.

4/24/2015 CA: Rodolfo Moreno-Sanchez killed in oil tank explosion.

4/24/2015 KY: Kyle Rogers killed in distillery explosion.

4/28/2015 TX: Jesus Rosales electrocuted while repairing downed power line.

5/04/2015 NJ: Selvin Lopez killed in trench collapse.

5/05/2015 MO: David Herrera Orozco struck and killed by tree limb.

5/08/2015 NV: Lawrence Waddell killed in trench collapse.

5/12/2015 CA: Enzo Doganier killed in fall from platform.

5/14/2015 TX: Elias Contreras killed in fall from basket of truck-mounted aerial lift.

5/18/2015 WV: Jacob McClain struck and killed by tree during felling operations.

5/30/2015 TX: Raymundo Martines electrocuted during power line removal.

"No one should have to sacrifice their life for their livelihood, because a nation built on the dignity of work must provide safe working conditions for its people."
Secretary of Labor Thomas E. Perez



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