Safety is the number one priority of the risk manager at a trucking company fleet. The cost of accidents involving big trucks is substantially more than the cost of accidents in almost any other business. ... Read More
NIOSH has corrected it originally released report last month and has now inserted the text:
"NIOSH has determined that exposure to asbestos fibers causes cancer and asbestosis in humans and recommends that ... Read More
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The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is proposing to treat Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL) as a radiogenic cancer under EEOICPA. Under the current final rule on ... Read More
A recent report by the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reports that depite potential disease smoking is not prohibited yet in some workplaces.
"Secondhand smoke (SHS) exposure causes lung ... Read More
If welding is dangerous for males in the eyes of some, what are the potential hazards for women who decide to enter this line of work?
According to a report from The Edmonton Journal, a study ... Read More
Ex Parte Patsy Patton d/b/a Korner Store:
On April 22, 2011, the Alabama Supreme Court released one of the most anticipated and important workers' compensation opinions in recent history.
In this case ... Read More
In Held v. State of New York Workers' Compensation Board the Appellate Division upheld the authority of the Workers' Compensation Board to assess the solvent group self insured trusts to cover the ... Read More
Ohio is the largest monopolistic state. All employers, who are not self-insured, must purchase their workers compensation coverage from the state. As the State of Ohio is acting as the insurance ... Read More
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