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Hands are one of the versatile and amazing parts of our bodies. They are used in almost every action and movement we take and are critical to completing tasks safely. Because we use our hands so often, hand injuries are one of the leading causes of accidents in the workplace. While most of us have experienced minor cuts and pain, severe hand injuries are quite common.
The Main Parts of the Hand
The hand is a complex structure of bones and muscles. There are twenty-seven bones in the human hand, which all work together to complete tasks. Knowing the parts of the hand, and what they do, is an important step in avoiding hand and wrist injuries.
How the Hand Works
The bones and muscles in your hand and wrist all work together to complete tasks. When one part of the hand or wrist is injured, it has a domino effect on everything else.
Types of Injuries
Most hand and wrist injuries occur due to repetitive motion, such as typing on a keyboard, driving a car, or moving objects. But other types of injuries are unexpected and can occur from improper lifting, not paying attention, or unexpected occurrences such as cutting yourself or being hit unexpectedly.
Accident prevention begins with paying attention to the tasks you are doing and your work environment. Being able to identify hazards that could result in strain is an important step in avoiding accidents and injury.
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