A Sharon, Mass., husband and wife who own insulation companies in Rhode Island and Sharon, respectively, have been cited more than $58,000 in restitution and fines for failing to pay the prevailing wage, ... Read More
An Alberta community has dedicated their rebuilt hockey rink to a young worker who was killed on the job, according to a report from the Canadian OH&S News.
The Josh Malysh Rink of Dreams, ... Read More
Medical disability guidelines can assist an employer in planning for the future return of an injured worker. Medical disability guidelines are an essential planning tool because they provide an ... Read More
A common source of accidents in almost any work environment is the slip, trip, and fall. All three types of accidents have the same result where the employee's feet leave and land on the floor or ... Read More
While more colleges are now offering majors in risk management and insurance than there were available just ten or twenty years ago, many of the people who come in to the field of risk management and the ... Read More
Construction union UCATT has warmly welcomed a recent decision by the UK Supreme Court to reject a case brought by the insurance industry to block an Act of the Scottish Parliament, which restores ... Read More
Recently addressing a group of 40 fraud directors from around the country, Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley highlighted the importance of collaboration among law enforcement, employers, ... Read More
A prominent Canadian medical journal is calling for established minimum best practice standards to deal with sleep deprivation for doctors.
In an editorial published in the Canadian Medical ... Read More
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