Being a miner includes operating equipment, excavating, loading and transporting natural materials. They work underground and in open mines.
Being a real estate agent includes studing property listings, interviewing prospective clients, accompaning clients to property site, discussing conditions of sale, and drawing up real estate contracts.
Which career do you think has the highest rate of on-the-job fatalities?
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, 63 real estate professionals met with fatal injuries compared to 39 miners (except for oil and gas extraction).
Even more important, Real Estate ranks #8 out of 35 occupational categories for on the job homicieds with 25 reported cases.
Of course the mining industry has come a long way to improve miner’s safety, the result of many mining accidents. Isn’t it time to address Real Estate Agent’s safety? To take control for your well being? We do not have to wait until another agent is killed.
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Real Estate Agent Savvy Safety Tip: Implement a safety plan. Be sure it includes meeting potential clients at the office and documenting client info.; an alert system, such as the “red file”; exit strategies; someone to check on you; and never letting your guard down, even with “known clients”.
You don’t have to be a statistic. You CAN protect yourself. Prepare NOW.