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Has anyone ever been intentionally killed with a laser?

No, but i did find this insane OSHA incident report, some guy sliced his entire arm off on a million dollar laser cutter Look here:Occupational Safety and Health AdministrationReturn to Accident Search Results Accident Report Detail Accident: 201636008 - Employee'S Arm Is Amputated In Laser Cutter Accident: 201636008 -- Report ID: 1054111 -- Event Date: 06/01/2006 Inspection Open Date SIC Establishment Name 309830958 06/02/2006 5051 Bbc Steel Corp At approximately 1:45 p.m. on June 1, 2006, Employee #1 was removing a piece of metal from a laser cutting table. He reached over the table as the cutter proceeded through its cycle. The laser cutting head amputated Employee #1's left arm. He was hospitalized for treatment. Keywords: amputated, work rules, laser, machine operator, lockout, arm, cutting and burning Employee # Inspection Age Sex Degree Nature Occupation 1 309830958 Hospitalized injury Amputation Slicing and cutting machine operatorshttps://www.osha.gov/pls/imis/accidentsearch.accident_detail?id=201636008

What accidents should be reported to OSHA?

According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) website, the definition of a reportable/ recordable incident is as follows:Any work-related fatality.Any work-related injury or illness that results in loss of consciousness, days away from work, restricted work, or transfer to another job.Any work-related injury or illness requiring medical treatment beyond first aid.Any work-related diagnosed case of cancer, chronic irreversible diseases, fractured or cracked bones or teeth, and punctured eardrums.There are also special recording criteria for work-related cases involving: needlesticks and sharps injuries; medical removal; hearing loss; and tuberculosis.As you can see, there are other factors involved in what should be reported, like industry. OSHA also states that businesses with less than 10 employees are exempt from the reporting requirement.If you do need to report an incident or injury, you’ll most likely need to complete an electronic OSHA Form 300 and Form 301 within 8 or 24 hours (there are some exemptions to this rule based on your size and current OSHA requirements). When I do work with organizations that are making the transition from paper to electronic incident reporting, I typically encourage them to use a platform (like this one) that can automatically create an OSHA incident report from their incident logs to save them from doing double duty.I’m of the opinion that every incident should be recorded and analyzed for root cause, regardless of if it’s OSHA reportable or not. The only way to prevent a similar incident from happening is to understand the root cause and take action to mitigate those risks - no matter if OSHA needs to be alerted or not.

How is machine learning actually implemented in the real world?

Artificial Intelligence in Workers’ Compensation and OSHA Compliance | ModwatchIn this day and age of digital technology, machines are greatly depended upon to complete certain tasks. These tasks are usually related to data analysis and management, which the human brain cannot handle with utmost efficiency.This is where machine learning comes into play. With the use of artificial intelligence, many tasks are completed, making our work lives a lot easier, with very little to no complications.Artificial intelligence can be integrated in various ways, such as compliance systems. Systems that require the processing of large amounts of data, such as employee records, incident reports, and other information that might be too much for the human brain to handle.Artificial intelligence can also be used for risk management purposes. It can be used to handle tasks such as predicting which cases to prioritize, and this can be used to extend beyond just compliance, but including risk management up from HR into the executive level.With such reliable predictions, company executives are able to reduce both workplace injury risk, as well as the reputational risk that are usually associated to such accidents.However, machines are not yet developed enough to hold the same semantics that humans have. There must still be human intervention to make sound judgments.Artificial Intelligence in Workers’ Compensation and OSHA Compliance | Modwatch

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