Risk appetite and tolerance continue to be vexing challenges, even for risk leaders in financial institutions where their use is typically more common and advanced. However, those in non-financial ... Read More
In Silverti v. Ohio Valley Nursing Home, Inc. (No. 17-0746 April 11, 2018), the West Virginia Supreme Court ruled that a workers' compensation claimant who is ordered to attend a medical examination shall be ... Read More
What is Lockout Tagout?
Lockout Tagout (LOTO) is one of the most critical processes of any safety program. When done properly, LOTO eliminates and/or controls the accidental and unexpected release of ... Read More
“The relationship between the SSDI and WC programs can be quite complex. We hope this article will shed some light on those interactions and help readers understand the various channels of cost ... Read More
The 2018 Regular Legislative Session began on March 12th at noon. Several workers’ comp bills have been filed for this Session, including one which would open carriers up to tort liability if they ... Read More
...is now available from WCRI with their latest compendium of Cost Containment Initiatives.
The annual report is a must-have for anyone working in the business in any capacity.
A few interesting notes ... Read More
RAND has now delivered to CHSWC a draft report on the California Return to Work Supplement Program.
The report (see the bottom of this post) on the RTWSP has now been uploaded to the CHSWC website, with ... Read More
Despite the fact that the Office of Workers’ Compensation Administration (OWCA), AFL-CIO, and other concerned parties submitted comments or testified against the motion at the meeting of the Ad Hoc ... Read More
“All great changes are preceded by chaos.” – Deepak Chopra The Chaos On May 8, 2017, a Jefferson County Circuit Court Judge issued an Order declaring the Alabama Workers’ Compensation Act to ... Read More