DateCityStateEmployerBody PartEvent
2021-07-29Lake WalesFlGosalia Concrete Constructors, Inc.Lower leg(s)Struck by falling object or equipment
An employee was walking near a pile driver to grab some chains when a metal pile pocket sitting on top of a template fell after being hit by the pile lead. The pile pocket bounced and hit the employee on his lower body, resulting in multiple fractures on both legs below the knee/shin area.
2021-06-02WilmingtonNcLogan Marine, LLCMultiple trunk locationsMachinery or equipment incident on water vehicle
An employee was standing on the deck of a barge after helping set a 60-foot wooden post in a pile driver mounted on an excavator. The post snapped in two and one section swung back and struck the employee in the back, knocking him to the deck of the barge. The employee suffered skin abrasions and fractured bones in his back and ribs.
2019-08-06QuitmanGeorgiaBlattner Energy Inc.Toes(s), toenail(s)Caught in or compressed by equipment or objects
While setting up an I-beam for installation, an employee's right big toe was amputated by a pile driver.
2016-09-27Glen AllanMississippiMartar Construction Company, Inc.Shoulder(s), including clavicle(s), scapula(e)Struck by object falling from vehicle or machinery-other than vehicle part
Employees building a lake deck were using a mechanical pile driver to drive piling into a lake bed. The rope broke as the hammer was being raised, and the hammer fell and struck one of the employees. The employee suffered facial trauma, a broken left shoulder, and a left arm laceration.