Can Workers With Sun-Related Skin Issues File Workers' Compensation Claims?

July 18, 2018
Scott Van Voorhis, Scott Blair, & Jonathan Barnes – Engineering News-Record

Shade tents and frequent water breaks are part of the strategies Kris Comon uses for dealing with 100°-plus temperatures and a punishing sun at a two-story building being constructed in Phoenix. Comon is project manager for UEB Builders, prime contractor for the Helios Education Foundation, and to beat the heat, work starts at 6 a.m. and ends in the early afternoon, he says.

Reprinted courtesy of ENR attorneys Scott Van Voorhis, Scott Blair and Jonathan Barnes
Mr. Blair may be contacted at blairs@enr.com



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