The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
Biden administration plans to revive infectiousdisease standard
OSHA’s infectious disease standard may be revived by the Biden administration, ... Read More
When I finished the substantive work on this post, it occurred to me that the Valcourt-Williams case and the "arising out of" requirement are sorta' like a hurricane. Comedian Ron White describes a ... Read More
There are two selfish reasons the US should send as many vaccines as possible to other countries.
Variants. The more the virus reproduces, the greater the chance it produces a much deadlier and more ... Read More
OSHA Thursday released a COVID Emergency Temporary Standard [ETS] for health care workers and guidance for workers, not in a health care setting. OSHA’s action comes about a year and a half after the ... Read More
The news in paradise was good at the end of May, the long-barred "three mile bridge" would soon reopen. This is the path of U.S. 98, the artery from Pensacola east across the panhandle. It tracks the coast, ... Read More
I’ve met people who were astounded when I told them I’m a judge. Just the other day, my wife and I were eating lunch with a few other couples, including the daughter of a famous professional ... Read More
Far more people are injured on the job than you think. Did you know that more than 2.5 million Americans suffer a workplace injury per year? This means that a severe injury each year is likely for ... Read More
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