By Scott Petersen
Mediocre golfers across the State let out a collective sigh of relief recently, when the Court of Appeals issued a decision affirming a lower court award of summary judgment to a golfer ... Read More
Researchers at the University of British Columbia say Canadians who work night and rotating shifts are nearly twice as likely to be injured on the job.
Their study, published in the current ... Read More
In your personal life, it is often a good idea to make some New Years Resolutions and follow through with them whether it is to lose weight, exercise more, save money or have more time with ... Read More
New York City Police Department Det. James Zadroga passed away five years ago today as a result of his exposure to toxins at Ground Zero following the 9/11 attacks. Please remember him and his family in ... Read More
Monitoring the health of individuals involved in dusty work is intended to provide assurance to the worker that ongoing exposure controls are adequate. Recognition of minor health abnormalities serves as an ... Read More