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  • January 16
    2012

    Occupational Safety News Bulletin – 1/13

    Occupational Safety news headline for late January, 2012: OSHA Announces New Online Outreach Training Program Providers The Occupational Safety and Health Administration today announced its…
  • January 16
    2012

    Wyoming Looks to Change Workplace Safety Culture Trends

    Apparently, when safety groups in a state known for being one of the worst in terms of employee safety requests stronger workplace safety regulations, it…
  • January 16
    2012

    AMA Calls for Review of Ambulatory Care Procedures

    In December of last year, the American Medical Association (AMA) released a report detailing the lack of attention paid to patient safety hazards at hand…
  • December 30
    2011

    Occupational Safety News Bulletin – 12/30

    Occupational Safety news headline for early January, 2012: OSHA Proposes More than $1 Million in Fines to Houston, TX Employer for Willful and Serious Violations…
  • December 30
    2011

    Workplace Injuries not ‘Bigger in Texas’

    You likely have at some point heard someone joke about the well-known phrase “everything’s bigger in Texas.” As cliché and overused as it may be,…
  • December 30
    2011

    FAA’s Pilot Fatigue Rule Under Scrutiny

    The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) recently released its final ruling to limit aviation pilots’ flying and duty hours. Although the ruling is a victory for…
  • December 19
    2011

    Occupational Safety News Bulletin – 12/19

    Occupational Safety news headline for late December, 2011: U.S. Dept. of Labor Settles Litigation Against Grain Bin Operator in July 2010 Deaths of Two Teens…
  • December 5
    2011

    Occupational Safety News Bulletin – 12/5

    OSHA Announces Winners of “Picture It: Safe Workplaces for Everyone” Photo Contest The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) today announced…
  • December 5
    2011

    The Effect of Non-Paid Sick Days on ER Visits

    Employers are constantly looking for more and more ways to reduce costs and improve their bottom line. In order to serve this purpose, sickness and…
  • December 5
    2011

    New Type of Therapy to be Covered by Medicare

    The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) recently announced that Medicare will now cover the costs of behavioral therapy for Americans suffering from obesity.…
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