There’s nothing wrong with protecting staff from on-the-job injuries. In fact that’s a good idea. But that’s not really what this is about in the first place. 1,203 more words
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As working people around the world paused last weekend to remember those killed or injured on the job, the largest U.S. labor federation released a… 524 more words
California Is Definitely Unique: How Employers’ Commitment Vary Under Cal/OSHA With Regard to Publicizing Severe Workstation Wounds.
This blog entry was initially distributed in Seyfarth Shaw’s Environmental and Safety Rule Update. 391 more words
City, county and state law-enforcement campaigns have been trying to spread the message that distracted driving is dangerous driving since at least 2009, when Oregon’s first cellphone-while-driving ban went into effect. 12 more words
On Monday, February 26, the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments in a case that will determine whether working Americans can join together to bargain for better pay, healthcare and retirement benefits, working conditions, and career opportunities. 265 more words