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High-Risk Jobs

 

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Diagnose a “Candidate” self-video recording Job Interview, the first question is soft, to define a baseline and the remaining seven are related to each of the three hiring categories (Sales, Admin/Finance & High-Risk Jobs).

The Interpretation module allows the “Evaluator” to score the interview and gives valuable information related to six possible Emotions (Joy, Surprise, Sadness, Anger, Disgust & Fear) generated for each question response, plus “Blink and Attention” graphs to analyze the “Best Candidate” for a position.

Evaluate and score if a candidate is Lying by reviewing detail Checkpoints related to Face & Eye expressions, Verbal responses, body language by applying professional interrogation techniques.

Finally Evaluate the Session Results, clarify and adjust your perceptions and make up your mind!

Evaluating candidates for a High-Risk job is critical to discover any hidden situation that can cause harm in the future.

Diagnose a “High-Risk job Candidate” self-video recording Job Interview, the first question is soft, to define a baseline and the remaining seven are related to critical issues for the type of job.

 

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The Interpretation module allows the “Evaluator” to score the interview and gives valuable information related to six possible Emotions (Joy, Surprise, Sadness, Anger, Disgust & Fear) generated for each question response, plus “Blink and Attention” graphs to analyze the “Best Candidate” for a position.

Evaluate and score if a candidate is Lying by reviewing detail Checkpoints related to Face & Eye expressions, Verbal responses, body language by applying professional interrogation techniques.

Finally Evaluate the Session Results, clarify and adjust your perceptions and make up your mind!

 

Visual SciTech EyeDangerous jobs for Employers:

1.- Babysitter

Being a nanny is not an easy job. Carefully follow the overwhelming energy of children and be prepared for any unforeseen requires a lot of concentration and a special ‘spark’ to get along with the little ones.

2.- Money Managers & Investment Bankers

Money management is a risky business; you should be sure of financial knowledge, ethical issues have to be addressed — ineffective, destructive or underperforming management my harm your assets valuation.

 

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Dangerous jobs for Employees:

High-risk tasks in companies.

High-risk tasks are all activities that, by their nature or place where they are carried out, involve an exposure or intensity greater than those that generally occur in routine operation and can cause severe occupational accidents and, in many cases, fatal.

As such they are: work at height, work in confined spaces, hot work, work with dangerous energies and work with hazardous chemical substances.

These tasks are not foreign to the companies, and it is critical to know how to intervene the risks of each of them to avoid the accidents that these jobs present, generating a higher frequency in the reports of work accidents.

Also, they are the ones that create the best days of disability, severity, and costs of medical attention, in addition to the social value implicit in each accident for the company, the worker and his family.

For this, it is necessary to determine if they are daily or sporadic, contracted or direct and in this way establish an action plan that specifies the objectives, activities, those responsible for its execution and the budget.

When carrying out the cycle, the tasks established in the action plan are executed, the personnel is trained at different levels, the responsibilities are assigned, the security conditions are verified, and personal protection elements are used.

Subsequently, and going to the verification phase, the implemented solutions are evaluated, and the indicators that can be combined are measured, measuring not only the impact of the accident but also those associated with the productivity and competitiveness of the organization.

Finally, when acting, actions are taken to improve to start the cycle again, defining a new work plan.

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Jobs in confined spaces:

These are not large enough places, which are not designed to be permanently occupied by people, but which allow a worker to enter the whole body inside and perform an assigned task.

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High Temperatures work

It is all work that is performed more than 1.8 meters high at a lower level and in places where there are no permanent platforms protected on all sides with guardrails and retentions.

It is an operation that can become a potential source of ignition for any combustible material.

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Work with dangerous energies.

It is the risk potential that exists during the operation of the machines generated by its movement capacity.

Visual SciTech EyeWork with chemical substances:

Hazardous chemical material is any substance or mixture of substances whose properties cause adverse effects on health, facilities or environmental impact.

 

Source:

“https://www.monster.com/career-advice/article/high-paying-dangerous-jobs”

Monster.com

Dangerous jobs:

1. Logging workers

Fatal injuries: 135.9 per 100,000 workers

Total injuries: 91 fatal injuries; 900 nonfatal injuries

Most common accident: Struck by object

Median annual salary: $37,590

Companies hiring: Forest ServiceAmerican Walnut Co.Washington State

Find all logging jobs on Monster.

2. Fishers and related fishing workers

Fatal injuries: 86 per 100,000 workers

Total injuries: 24 fatal injuries

Most common accident: N/A

Median annual salary: $27,110

Companies hiring: AcademyPacific States Marine Fisheries CommissionState of Florida

Find all fishing jobs on Monster.

3. Aircraft pilots and flight engineers

Fatal injuries: 55.5 per 100,000 workers

Total injuries: 75 fatal injuries; 470 nonfatal injuries

Most common accident: Overexertion and bodily reaction

Median annual salary: $105,720

Companies hiring: United AirlinesKord TechnologiesPinnacle Solutions

Find all aircraft pilot jobs and flight engineer jobs on Monster.

 

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4. Roofers

Fatal injuries: 48.6 per 100,000

Total injuries: 101 fatal injuries; 3,150 nonfatal injuries

Most common accident: Falls, slips, and trips

Median annual salary: $37,760

Companies hiring: Baker RoofingNorth American RoofingNations Roof

Find all roofing jobs on Monster.

5. Refuse and recyclable material collectors

Fatal injuries: 34.1 per 100,000 workers

Total injuries: 31 fatal injuries; 6,170 nonfatal injuries

Most common accident: Falls, slips, and trips

Median annual salary: $35,270

Companies hiring: Waste ManagementRepublic ServicesWaste Connections

Find all refuse and recycling jobs on Monster.

6. Structural iron and steel workers

Fatal injuries: 25.1 per 100,000 workers

Total injuries: 16 fatal injuries; 1,440 nonfatal injuries

Most common accident: Struck by object

Median annual salary: $51,800

Companies hiring: The Kelly GroupZachry GroupCaterpillar

Find all iron and steel jobs on Monster.

7. Driver/sales workers and truck drivers

Fatal injuries: 24.7 per 100,000 workers

Total injuries: 918 fatal injuries; 80,180 nonfatal injuries

Most common accident: Overexertion and bodily reaction

Median annual salary: $36,670

Companies hiring: UPSSwift TransportationNavajo Express

Find all driver jobs on Monster.

 

 

 

8. Farmers, ranchers, and agricultural managers

Fatal injuries: 23.1 per 100,000 workers

Total injuries: 260 fatal injuries

Most common accident: Falls, slips, and trips

Median annual salary: $66,360

Companies hiring: Cooke AquacultureDole Food CompanyGrowMark

Find all farming jobs on Monster.

9. Construction and extraction supervisors

Fatal injuries: 18 per 100,000 workers

Total injuries: 134 fatal injuries; 6,090 nonfatal injuries

Most common accident: Falls, slips, and trips

Median annual salary: $62,980

Companies hiring: Adelphi ConstructionBrock GroupRepublic Services

Find all construction and extraction jobs on Monster.

10. Agricultural workers

Fatal injuries: 17.4 per 100,000 workers

Total injuries: 156 fatal injuries; 12,710 nonfatal injuries

Most common accident: Struck by object

Median annual salary: $22,520

Companies hiring: GPACSouthern States CooperativeCucu Celaya

Find all agricultural jobs on Monster.

11. Grounds maintenance workers

Fatal injuries: 17.4 per 100,000 workers

Total injuries: 217 fatal injuries; 20,100 nonfatal injuries

Most common accident: Struck by object

Median annual salary: $26,830

Companies hiring: Tucson Unified School DistrictClubCorpFluor Corporation

Find all grounds maintenance jobs on Monster.

12. Supervisors of mechanics, installers, and repairers

Fatal injuries: 15.7 per 100,000 workers

Total injuries: 44 fatal injuries; 4,140 nonfatal injuries

Most common accident: Struck by object

Median annual salary: $63,540

Companies hiring: SkookumFluor CorporationClubCorp

Find all mechanic, installer, and repairer jobs on Monster.

13. Construction laborers

Fatal injuries: 15.1 per 100,000 workers

Total injuries: 254 fatal injuries; 24,650 nonfatal injuries

Most common accident: Struck by object

Median annual salary: $33,430

Companies hiring: Oldcastle MaterialsHorizontal Boring & Tunneling Co.Tuff Shed

Find all construction jobs on Monster.

14. Police and sheriff’s patrol officers

Fatal injuries: 14.6 per 100,000 workers

Total injuries: 108 fatal injuries; 28,740 nonfatal injuries

Most common accident: Intentional injury by another person

Median annual salary: $59,680

Companies hiring: G4S Security SolutionsGeorgetown UniversityCity of Los Angeles

Find all police jobs on Monster.

15. Electrical power-line installers and repairers

Fatal injuries: 14.6 per 100,000 workers

Total injuries: 21 fatal injuries; 1,710 nonfatal injuries

Most common accident: Overexertion and bodily reaction

Median annual salary: $68,010

Companies hiring: Musgrove ConstructionGaylor ElectricEdison

Find all electrical power line jobs on Monster.

16. Maintenance and repair workers

Fatal injuries: 13.4 per 100,000 workers

Total injuries: 75 fatal injuries; 27,900 nonfatal injuries

Most common accident: Overexertion and bodily reaction

Median annual salary: $36,940

Companies hiring: United Technologies CorporationICLState of Louisiana

Find all maintenance and repair jobs on Monster.

17. Taxi drivers and chauffeurs

Fatal injuries: 13.2 per 100,000 workers

Total injuries: 60 fatal injuries; 2,730 nonfatal injuries

Most common accident: Roadway incidents

Median annual salary: $24,300

Companies hiring: LyftUber EatsMetro Cab of Grand Rapids

Find all taxi and chauffeur jobs on Monster.

18. Landscaping supervisors

Fatal injuries: 13.2 per 100,000 workers

Total injuries: 30 fatal injuries; 1,320 nonfatal injuries

Most common accident: Overexertion and bodily reaction

Median annual salary: $45,740

Companies hiring: Davey TreeGreentree Landscaping, Shearon Environmental Design

Find all landscaping jobs on Monster.

19. Telecommunications line installers and repairers

Fatal injuries: 12.1 per 100,000

Total injuries: 21 fatal injuries; 2,480 nonfatal injuries

Most common accident: Overexertion and bodily reaction

Median annual salary: $52,590

Companies hiring: AT&TVerizonVertical Solutions

Find all telecommunication jobs on Monster.

20. Athletes, coaches, umpires, and related workers

Fatal injuries: 11.7 per 100,000 workers

Total injuries: 29 fatal injuries; 4,250 nonfatal injuries

Most common accident: Overexertion and bodily reaction

Median annual salary: $31,440

Companies hiring: YMCANikeUrbana School District

Find all athletic jobs on Monster.

21. Operating engineers and construction equipment operators

Fatal injuries: 10.6 per 100,000 workers

Total injuries: 39 fatal injuries; 4,750 nonfatal injuries

Most common accident: Overexertion and bodily reaction

Median annual salary: $45,890

Companies hiring: Jones Lang LaSalleAtmos Energy Corp., RES

Find all operating engineer jobs on Monster.

22. Electricians

Fatal injuries: 10 per 100,000 workers

Total injuries: 79 fatal injuries; 7,790 nonfatal injuries

Most common accident: Falls, slips, and trips

Median annual salary: $52,720

Companies hiring: WeyerhaeuserGaylor ElectricPacific Coast Producers

Find all electrician jobs on Monster.

23. Industrial machinery workers

Fatal injuries: 9.3 per 100,000 workers

Total injuries: 45 fatal injuries; 4,490 nonfatal injuries

Most common accident: Struck by object

Median annual salary: $49,080

Companies hiring: Precision CastpartsEatonMagna International

Find all industrial machinery jobs on Monster.

24. Painters

Fatal injuries: 8.6 per 100,000 workers

Total injuries: 50 fatal injuries; 3,530 nonfatal injuries

Most common accident: Falls, slips, and trips

Median annual salary: $37,570

Companies hiring: Varsity PaintingAmerican Homes 4 RentGordon Painting

Find all paint jobs on Monster.

25. Heat, air conditioning, and refrigerator mechanics and installers

Fatal injuries: 8.4 per 100,000 workers

Total injuries: 37 fatal injuries; 6,830 nonfatal injuries

Most common accident: Falls, slips, and trips

Median annual salary: $45, 910

Companies hiring: CBREService ExpertsLegacy Air HVAC

Find all heat, air conditioning, and refrigerator jobs on Monster.

 

 

 

 

Visual Job Hire Quotes

 

Be willing to step outside your comfort zone once in a while; take risks in life that seem worth taking. The ride might not be as predictable if you’d just planted your feet and stayed put, but it will be a heck of a lot more interesting: Edward Whitacre, Jr.

Passion is one great force that unleashes creativity, because if you’re passionate about something, then you’re more willing to take risks. Yo-Yo Ma

He who is not courageous enough to take risks will accomplish nothing in life. Muhammad Ali

 

 

 

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