The number of people killed at work in the United Kingdom dropped to a record low last year, according to the Health and Safety Executive, the government's health and safety enforcement body. ... Read More
NIOSH research has revealed that breathing nanoparticles may result in damaging health effects.
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A few years ago a large national third party administrator (TPA) got into a lot of trouble when a Fortune 500 client noticed some major irregularities in the closing and re-opening of claim files. The ... Read More
The U.S.Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) filed a race discrimination lawsuit against DHL Express Inc. on behalf of a class of African-American employees who were given different job assignments ... Read More
The 2007 amendments to the workers' compensation law imposed caps on permanent partial disability awards. As part of that process, a number of Task Forces were created and routed through the New ... Read More
Recently, I have been touring operations of various vendors such as an MSA compliance company, nurse triage company, claim intake company and several investigation firms. This is very helpful in ... Read More
By Thomas A. Robinson From goulies and ghostiesAnd long-leggedy beastiesAnd things that go bump in the nightGood Lord, deliver us! From the Cornish or West Country Litany, 1926 Throughout the calendar ... Read More
British Columbia's highest court has ordered a transit operator to change its attendance management program in relation to disabled employees after ruling that the program violated the province's ... Read More
Newly published research by the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) suggests that economic incentive schemes encouraging companies to invest in risk prevention are a cost-effective option ... Read More
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