A roofing contractor with a long history of violating workplace safety standards faces nearly $244,000 in proposed fines from the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration ... Read More
This week on LinkedIn's Workers Compensation Roundtable, the group manager, Bob Wilson, managed to skip town for a real vacation. Nice going, Bob!
One of our own blogs sparked a discussion – if ... Read More
Two employers were fined as a result of an incident at the Springbank Industrial Estate, Belfast, during the lifting of a hollow core concrete floor slab into one of the industrial units under construction, ... Read More
The first question from most employers when an employee suffers an injury is: How long will he/she be off work? Estimating the length of time the employee will be off work is not a precise science, but ... Read More
The Texas Department of Insurance, Division of Workers' Compensation (TDI-DWC) will present a series of free, half-day educational seminars titled Pharmacy Closed Formulary and Clean Claims/eBill. The ... Read More
Comorbidity is the presence of two or more medical conditions in a person at the same time. When an employee with a prior medical problem has an on-the job injury, the cost of the medical care and the ... Read More
Ireland's Minister for Agriculture, Marine, and Food, Simon Coveney TD, called on farmers and those who work in the agriculture sector to foster safety at the National Conference on Health and Safety in ... Read More
As a courtesy to employers and employment lawyers, The Employment Law Chronicle provides general information about key Federal, Virginia, and District of Columbia labor and employment laws published on ... Read More
It's been nearly 40 years since the federal workers compensation program has received any updates, but now, thanks to the U.S. House Committee on Education and the Workforce, the Federal Workers ... Read More
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