The large majority of the doctors, clinics, hospitals, chiropractors, pharmacists, and other medical providers are honest providers of medical service. Unfortunately, a small minority of medical ... Read More
SafeWork SA is urging workplaces to ensure they have measures in place to cope with the sudden burst of high temperatures being experienced in South Australia.
With a maximum of 41 degrees ... Read More
The Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization (ADAO), the largest U.S. organization serving as the voice of asbestos victims, presents its 7th Annual Asbestos Awareness Conference, Asbestos: Impact ... Read More
A public hearing, sponsored by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), was held Thursday in New York City concerning the James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act of 2010 ... Read More
A safety inspector in the Yukon is suing the CBC for publishing what he says is a malicious and professionally damaging attack on its web comment board. According to The Canadian Press, Robert Scott's ... Read More
The employee has presented the workers compensation claim and the medical provider has confirmed the employee cannot work. The work comp adjuster has properly investigated the claim and there is no ... Read More
A Fairfield (Butler County), Ohio chiropractor has pleaded guilty to workers compensation fraud, a third-degree felony, in a case that already resulted in charges against four additional employees of the ... Read More
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Lack of Passenger Seat Belts Remains Safety Hazard Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) - The recent fatal bus crash on the Pennsylvania Turnpike that killed five and injured 60 has safety officials concerned about the lack of seat belts on older ...