Nothing is free. There is no free lunch. Someone is paying for it; it just might not be you. There are employees (and people in general) who have an entitlement mentality that has been fostered by ... Read More
Individuals are 10 times more likely to die working on an Irish farm than in the general working population, an Oireachtas committee has been told. Martin O'Halloran, chief executive of the ... Read More
The American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (ACOEM) has released a guide to the best physicians to provide care for people who have suffered work-related injuries and illness. It is ... Read More
Canadian National Railway (CN) is asking the Federal Court of Canada to conduct a judicial review of a human rights decision which found that the railway discriminated against three employees on the basis ... Read More
Tesoro filed its appeal recently of the record $2.39 million citation the Washington Department of Labor & Industries issued against the company in the wake of the fatal refinery explosion that killed ... Read More
An area where a lot of employers, workers compensation claim adjusters and even some lawyers get confused is the requirements of HIPAA – the Health Insurance Portability and Availability Act of ... Read More
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The Sturgis Superspreader Event Increasing evidence points to August’s Sturgis motorcycle rally as a major contributor to the big increase in infections throughout the upper midwest.
With 400,000 folks spending days talking, ...