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Tragic deaths of three rail workers

Urgent need for a rail safety regime that serves the employees and public | Editorial of Workers’ Forum

Workers’ Forum expresses its deepest condolences to the families, loved ones and co-workers of conductor Dylan Paradis, engineer Andrew Dockrell and trainee Daniel Waldenberger-Bulmer, Canadian Pacific Railway crew members killed on February 4, in a train derailment near the Alberta-British Columbia border. 522 more words

Canada

Take action in solidarity with Ralston Maise!

On December 10th, please take a minute to tell Tom Teahen that Ralston Maise deserves fairness from the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB).

Ralston injured his knee in June 2017 while picking berries. 589 more words

My walk-through Medical Madness-Medtronic device nightmare

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There of been a lot more investigations in Toronto and the United States, regarding Medtronic medical devices that are doing more harm than good and sometimes killing people. 6,111 more words

BREAKING THE SILENCE

Two Sask. companies fined over $80,000 after employees injured on job

Two serious work place injuries have resulted in hefty fines for two Saskatchewan companies.

The first incident took place on Nov. 6, 2017 near Ceylon. A worker sustained serious head injuries after falling approximately six feet when stepping from one scaffold platform to another. 226 more words

Canada

Social Media

You have a Facebook page; You tweet; You Instagram – and you have an injury at work.

BEWARE!

Whether you intend to or not – you are leaving an evidence trail. 355 more words

Workers Compensation

Building a Top Pharmacy Benefit Management Program for Injured Workers Requires Expertise, Data, and Committed Partners

Since its inception, the Connecticut Interlocal Risk Management Agency (CIRMA) has taken on the unique challenges that municipalities face when caring for injured workers. As part of their solution, CIRMA turned to Coventry’s Pharmacy Benefit Management (PBM) program, First Script. 345 more words

Injured Workers