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Safety Tips to Avoid Electrocution Accidents

In small doses, electric shocks do not cause injury; curious minds might even find them intriguing. If a car door gives you a mild electrical shock when you go to close it, it does not hurt very much. 456 more words

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Three Examples of How Employer-Sponsored Medical Examinations Can Get You in Trouble

Following time off to recover from a work-related injury (or from a non-work related medical condition) many employers require a fitness for duty examination before allowing employees to return to their former positions of employment. 451 more words

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Melchior D. Powell

Title: Professor Emeritus
Company: California State University at Long Beach
Location: Lusby, Maryland, United States

Melchior Powell, Professor Emeritus at California State University at Long Beach, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in educational administration and law.

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It Happened At Work…Why Isn’t It a Workers’ Compensation Claim? Part II-Personal Errands

A while ago, I wrote a post about an “idiopathic fall”, one of several ways an injury that occurred at work could still not be compensable under Ohio’s workers’ compensation system.  338 more words

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Keep your business protected no matter what happens. Get comprehensive insurance plans from Kapatoes Insurance Services; The Health Food Insurance Group, a reliable insurance agency in Warwick, RI and Lake Mary, FL. 140 more words

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Common Construction Site Injuries and How to Avoid Them

One of the most dangerous places to work is at a construction site. Workers risk serious injuries from any number of hazards including loose and malfunctioning tools, improperly assembled scaffolding, and items falling from above. 1,029 more words

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Ohio BWC Proposes 12% Rate Reduction for Public Employers

Last Thursday, the Ohio BWC recommended a 12% reduction in next year’s rates for Ohio’s school districts, cities and other local-government employers.  This follows the BWC’s decision to issue another $1.5 billion in rebates to all employers, public and private.  94 more words

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