As the weather warms up, people get excited to take their grills out of winter hibernation and host their first BBQ of the season. Meanwhile, restaurants prepare for the nicer weather by cleaning up their ... Read More
WCRI presented a Long COVID seminar on May 3, 2022. This provided an excellent overview of the challenges of the health effect of the recent pandemic and infections. The presentation in some ... Read More
OSHA webinar series on heat illness prevention, two voluntary standard updates and more
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
Workplace violence prevention bill for health care and ... Read More
A broken leg from a work-related accident can be a terrible injury. There’s typically no worse break than if you fracture your femur.
The femur bone, also known as the thigh bone, is the largest bone ... Read More
The 2022 Annual Issues Symposium presented by the National Council in Compensation Insurance was an enlightening experience. As per usual, there were a variety of statistics, measures, and data. Say what you ... Read More
In the face of pandemic fatigue and gradual return to pre-pandemic levels of in-person events, travel, business operations and more, mistrust and misinformation around the COVID-19 vaccine threaten the ... Read More
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Case Lesson: Hostile Work Environment Lakeland, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) – An unpleasant work environment is something no one wants to deal with, but in some cases, the situation could be so bad that it becomes a form of discrimination ...