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Sportswear and clothing companies are struggling to find a legal way to protect athletes from being hit by falling objects, according to a report published on Wednesday.

The United States Department of Labor released a new report detailing what it called a growing number of cases of injury in sports equipment.

The Labor Department report on occupational injury claims said that in 2018, there were 7,811 occupational injury lawsuits filed against sports equipment manufacturers, according, in part, to the lack of safety features in their products.

The report also said that while some equipment manufacturers claim they have developed new safety features to protect consumers, the reports found that many manufacturers simply do not have the money or technical capability to do so.

The findings came after the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) released a report earlier this year claiming that the industry was plagued by unsafe practices, with nearly half of companies failing to ensure that workers are wearing protective equipment and equipment that protects against fall.

More: The Labor Dept. report said that there were more than 5,800 lawsuits filed in 2018 against the manufacturers of sports equipment in the U.S. and that many companies failed to meet safety requirements.

The department reported that the injuries that were cited in the lawsuits were caused by falls of more than 10 feet.

It found that nearly half (46 percent) of the equipment lawsuits that it reviewed contained some form of warning, but did not include any indication that workers were wearing the equipment.

According to the report, some companies have implemented safety features for the safety of their customers and employees, but many of the products in the industry are simply not designed to protect against fall, with some products not even designed to use safety features.

The companies include: Brooks Brothers, Inc. and Adidas.

“As the industry matures, it is becoming increasingly important for companies to understand how to effectively manage the impact of falling and how to protect their customers, employees, and customers’ property from falling objects,” OSHA Deputy Administrator Joanne Schoenecker said in a statement.

“The department’s investigation has revealed a number of safety-related issues in the sportswear industry that are not being addressed.”

In the report released on Wednesday, the Labor Department noted that many sports equipment companies are in a financial state where they cannot afford to develop safety features that would help protect consumers.

For example, in addition to the warnings issued by OSHA to the manufacturers, the department found that in 2017, companies that make the largest number of falls in the United States failed to follow the requirements of OSHA’s guidelines.

“While some manufacturers have adopted safety measures to protect the consumer from falling debris, many of these measures do not protect consumers from falls of 10 feet or greater, or to prevent falls of greater than 20 feet,” Schoanecker said.

“This is particularly concerning as the industry has not adopted any significant new safety measures.”

The report said it is also becoming more difficult to identify companies that are actually making safe equipment.

For instance, in 2017 the Labor Dept’s Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that 3,837 employers in the apparel and footwear industry were rated as being at “high risk of safety” for falling and other injuries.

That year, only 4.7 percent of the 3,735 apparel and shoe companies that were rated high risk were in compliance with OSHA standards, according the Labor Report.

“Many of these companies are not adequately equipped to comply with OSHAB’s requirements, and have not updated their safety features since 2016,” Schoeenecker told the Washington Examiner.

“It is not surprising that these companies fail to meet OSHA requirements for the protection of their workers from falling and the protection from falls resulting from falls by other workers.”

OSHA also noted that manufacturers of sportswears are not required to make the equipment safer, even though OSHA is asking for that.

“There are no minimum standards that manufacturers must follow when designing equipment to protect workers from falls, including safety devices that prevent falls,” Scholten said.

The Department of Transportation’s Occupational Health and Safety Administration, meanwhile, said that the agency is working on a plan to develop guidelines for manufacturers to comply.

The agency released a study in February that found that, of the 4,624 products the agency reviewed, only two had safety features specifically designed to prevent injuries.

Of those two, the study found that there was no evidence that the safety features had prevented an injury from occurring.

The study found, however, that there is evidence that some manufacturers did not follow the safety guidelines in the 2016 OSHA report, with one manufacturer failing to include a safety feature in its products.

“We do not believe that the OSHA Report accurately reflects the current status of safety standards in the consumer-focused sportswwear industry,” the Occupation Safety and Safety Executive Director, Dr. Richard M. Vollman, said in the report.

“Manufacturers should also be required

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