OSHA recently cited Navillus Contracting Tile Inc. for alleged repeat and serious violations of safety standards at a work site in Brooklyn, New York.
The Manhattan-based masonry contractor was ... Read More
Now that AHCS has won the day in Florida, it's time for the state's employers to fight fire with fire. Clearly, the proposed amendments to SB 668 (offering rebates and rate roll backs) were not at all a ... Read More
Broadspire Rx Summit
Danielle Lisenbey, chief operating officer for the Medical Management Services of Broadspire announced its first annual Rx Summit in Sunrise, FL March 22. As a leader ... Read More
A recent article titled Fuse Workplace Wellness Programs With Recovery, by Lisa Firestone, helps employers in this economy by explaining that maximum efficiency and productivity is essential for ... Read More
On February 21 I talked about the concept of Prescribing physicians who do not “get it”. I followed that up on February 27 with some specific examples in Texas where physicians are being held ... Read More
The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recently filed a lawsuit against the Brighton Medical Clinic in Brighton and its owner, Dr. Luithuk Zimik, on behalf of ... Read More
In the November issue of Risk and Insurance magazine is a very interesting article on a better approach to safety. The article is about how the magazine selected Honda Manufacturing of Indiana for their ... Read More
One of the least understood types of workers compensation claims is the psychiatric injury claim. Employers understand the physical injuries like a bone fracture or a laceration, but the mental injury claim ... Read More
The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recently cited Houston-based Amy Food Inc. with one willful, four serious, and three other-than-serious citations for ... Read More
Trump Proposes Merger of Labor and Education Washington, D.C. (WorkersCompensation.com) – Under a new Trump administration proposal, the same organization that is responsible for “Common Core” will now be responsible for the federal ...