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The semi-annual tradition of changing the clock an hour ahead and an hour back has been reported to result in a high incident of work-related illness. A study in the New England Journal ... Read More
To pay the cost of workers compensation claims, the insurer or the self-insured employer sets aside the amount of money the company anticipates as necessary to cover the cost of the claim. The process of ... Read More
Workplace deaths in Washington state climbed in 2010, with 86 men and women killed due to job-related trauma, according to a report unveiled on work-related fatalities by the Department of Labor & ... Read More
A small percentage of doctors are responsible for prescribing close to 80% of Schedule II opioids for workers compensation injuries, according to unveiled research from the California Workers Compensation ... Read More
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The Director of the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) serves as the World Trade Center (WTC) Program ... Read More
Image via WikipediaThe US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued another hernia and abdominal patch recall. The FDA on March 4, 2011 issued a Class 1 Recall Notice for Davol's XenMatric Surgical ... Read More
When you go on-line and read your adjuster's file notes about your claims, do you know what to look for to be sure the adjuster is performing a quality claim's investigation on your claim ... Read More
A Cardiff-based truck and van company has been fined $32,022 after a mechanic fell from a makeshift platform attached to a forklift truck.
The 21-year-old HGV mechanic fractured his hip when he ... Read More
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