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This case shows how just one factor can make all the difference in whether an employee can receive workers’ comp for an injury suffered during a company recreational activity.
The head injuries his wife received were so severe, a funeral director suggested a closed casket. Now the husband wants answers so that this sort of tragedy involving a factory robot doesn’t happen again.
An OSHA practice started during the Obama administration appears to continue: fining both an employer and staffing agency for the same case.
Last decade, positive drug tests among U.S. workers for methamphetamine had started to drop. That trend may be reversing, with positive rates dramatically higher in some states compared to others.
You know Mike Rowe, the guy on the Discovery Channel who hosts Dirty Jobs? A viewer recently called him out on not wearing the proper safety gear on his show. His response? “Of all the platitudes embraced in the workplace …