Now is a great time to give an update on new workers’ comp legislation around the country.
In Ohio, the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation is expanding funding for firefighters who are exposed to carcinogens and other toxins. The expansion comes as 444 grant applications were turned in, totaling $4.7 million in funding. However, the program only had a $2 million budget.
“Cancer is a leading threat to firefighter health, and we take that threat seriously. We are grateful for ...
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