Two employees were in the process of replacing air springs on the rear suspension of a semi-trailer. The existing air spring was removed, and the new air spring was being installed when the air spring shifted and dislodged from its mounting position. The air spring struck the employee in the arm above the elbow. When replacing air springs to suspension of a vehicle, the airbag/spring should be secured before any pressure is applied to prevent air spring shift or dislodge from the mount and cause injury.
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