CWC Systems Corp., a St. George, Ontario construction company, was fined $50,000 recently for violating the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) after two workers were endangered during an ... Read More
The fragrance and cosmetic industry seems to be having a difficult time in straightening out its own product line after being the direct and indirect target of claims from injured workers and consumers. ... Read More
An agenda for the a public meeting on March 3, 2011 to discuss the implementation of the James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act of 2001 has been published by The National Institute for Occupational ... Read More
As with other outlays, employers can trim workers compensation costs with thought and effort.
Costs need not be so high. Insurers, unions, workers, lawyers and doctors are all contributing to the ... Read More
With more than 140 workshops and sessions, registration is now open for the Oregon Governors Occupational Safety and Health (GOSH) Conference. The largest event of its kind in the Northwest, the conference ... Read More
Connecticut lawmakers are again mulling over legislation that would prohibit an employer from forcing workers to attend or take part in workplace meetings about the employers religious or political ... Read More
The Lindh Apportionment Decision The California Court of Appeal, 1st District has now issued an opinion certified for publication in an important apportionment case, City of Petaluma V. WCAB (Aaron Lindh) (see text of the decision ...