One thing I try to constantly remind myself when talking to people who have been injured at work in Illinois is that they shouldn’t be expected to have any experience with the Illinois work comp system ... Read More
EHS Today recently hosted a webinar focusing on the hallmarks of successful environmental health and safety programs on a global scale: Insights from a 5-Year Journey in Global EHS Transformation: Employee ... Read More
Reportedly Purdue Pharma, the fine folk behind OxyContin, is nearing a settlement with 23 state attorneys general and thousands of other governmental entities.
Here are the key takeaways:
this does NOT ... Read More
Professional athletes across most sports are exposed to extreme head trauma that could result in life altering damage. As more of these job-related injuries come to light, it begs the question of whether ... Read More
When the referendum result in June 2016 declared that the UK intended to leave the European Union, the plan was clear – we had to negotiate a withdrawal agreement, leave in March 2019 and enter into a ... Read More
Do you sometimes feel like a square peg in a round hole? In the kitchen or at work, do you feel like things are just a little too high or a little too low? Pretty frustrating, isn’t it? Maybe your ... Read More
Washington, DC — NIOSH has unveiled a new resource intended to help small-business owners ensure the health and safety of employees who travel internationally.
The 36-page travel planner includes ... Read More
San Diego, CA — Increases of various workplace hazards have spurred OSHA to update several National Emphasis Programs in recent years, the latest being its trenching and excavation program in October ... Read More