In Colorado, one of the state’s largest worker’s compensation insurance firms has released some unique data regarding the cannabis industry’s most common occupational injury trends.

All workplaces can be hazardous. Even your garden variety cubicle-farm office is required to have safety guidelines posted in visible places, usually in the break room, from OHSA, the federal Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration.

As the legal cannabis industry moves into more states, there’s a growing awareness that working in a cannabis production facility, dispensary, or other parts of the industry can also have risks.

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Bruce Kennedy ~ Leafly.com

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