I struggle for words periodically. The old memory is . . ., well . . , you know . . .
Let's just say I struggle for words. I landed in this instance on "contemptuous" - "manifesting, feeling, or ... Read More
Proposed Changes to the Globally Harmonized System
When OSHA adopted the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) on March 26, 2012, it had been 25 years since the Hazard Communication Standard (29 CFR 1910.1200) ... Read More
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) enforces workplace safety by inspecting businesses and handling employee safety complaints. The inspections may identify violations of OSHA ... Read More
The Florida First District Court recently rendered Cabrera v. Kablelink Communications, case 1D20-736. It is an instructive opinion as regards burden of proof. A concurring opinion additionally ... Read More
One of the most important things for any injured Illinois worker to know is that insurance companies are nothing but businesses trying to maximize profits. In many ways this can hurt you as they will look ... Read More
Now that we’re past the autumnal equinox, it won’t be much longer before Old Man Winter comes knocking on our door with a formidable fist. Once again, many of us will be faced with treacherous ... Read More
I’ve always liked golf, although I hardly ever play. When I became an attorney, I really tried to get into golf, thinking it would be a thing that an attorney would do with friends on a Friday ... Read More
A federal workplace health investigation found that an auto insurance company ignored coronavirus safety requirements and allowed others displaying symptoms to work at the exact Denver location where ... Read More
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