In 2010, WorkSafeBC (British Columbia) imposed 256 penalties, totaling $3,163,898 against employers for violations of the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation and theWorkers Compensation ... Read More
Leakage in workers compensation is defined as the difference between what was actually paid on the claim and the amount the adjuster should have spent on the claim. Leakage is lost dollars through over ... Read More
Three Sheffield, Great Britain workers nearly became incapacitated from fumes when a decontamination unit began to fill with deadly carbon monoxide, a court heard recently.
The men were part of ... Read More
Susan Schein Chrysler Dodge, Inc. v. Rushing:
On April 15, 2011, the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals released an opinion wherein it reversed a trial court's finding of an employer/employee relationship. ... Read More
The U.S. Department of Transportations Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has come to a settlement agreement with a trio of trucking associations that will commence litigation over ... Read More
Factories are often thought of as dangerous places to work. But, that is wrong if the factory has a proper safety program in place. The creation of a safety program for a factory is not much more ... Read More
The editorial staff at Amaxx Risk Solutions, Inc., the home of LowerWC.com and Workers Comp Kit surprised yesterday morning (March 19, 2011) by a Hartford Courant article citing our president, Rebecca ... Read More
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