Have you received the COVID-19 vaccination? If so, you might be eligible for CDC’s new 90-day limit after COVID-19 vaccination policy. As addressed in the new policy, vaccinated people can ... Read More
As a service to our policyholders, Texas Mutual shares serious workplace injury trends based on catastrophic injuries and fatalities reported to our claims department. Not all of these reported injuries are ... Read More
Workers Comp Test Audits – What Are They – Necessary Evil?
Not too long ago, I had thought that Workers Comp test audits were not necessary and could be viewed as an intrusion on employer ... Read More
The Industrial Commission recently passed a number of rule changes which were scheduled to go into effect on two different dates.The first set of rule changes went into effect on December 1, 2020.The rules ... Read More
This week the NJ Legislature approved, and Governor Phil Murphy signed sweeping legislation to legalize the sale of recreational marijuana. The action follows the legislative enactment of medical marijuana ... Read More
When you think about the phrase “impairment in the workplace,” what typically comes to mind? For many, images of a worker using some sort of drug (legal or illegal) might surface. Others might ... Read More
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