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Field to Fork: Fall 2017

Welcome to the Fall 2017 edition of Field to Fork. This communication authored by various members of the Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. Food & Agribusiness Practice and is designed to be a tool for sharing industry information, new regulations, Gallagher Food & Agribusiness products and much more.

Tag(s): Food & Agribusiness;

Transportation Safety: Professional Excellence

As a professional driver, your workplace is “the road.” The National Safety Council’s Defensive Driving Course for Professional Truck Drivers has a really challenging section on achieving excellence while behind the wheel. Excellence is defined as, “the state, quality or conditions of excelling (or superiority).”

Tag(s): Transportation Safety Topics;

Healthcare Reform Update - September 14, 2017

Stay informed on the latest healthcare reform news. Gallagher's Healthcare Reform Update newsletters provide timely, easy-to-understand information about new and revised regulations. Download the latest release below.

Directions Newsletter - September 2017

Directions newsletter is a monthly publication of the Benefits and HR Consulting practice of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. The September 2017 issue includes an article covering major benefit issues for employers with locations in Texas or Louisiana affected by Hurricane Harvey. Additional articles address a number of topics including a recent court case on wellness programs, a change in the EEO-1 reporting requirement and an update on the Massachusetts employer medical assistance contribution rates.

Risk Management Safety Insight: OSHA's Expanded Use of General Duty Clause

Where no specific regulation applies, the General Duty Clause is a liability catch-all that allows OSHA to cite employers who fail keep their places of employment free of any other recognized hazards to employees that are likely to cause serious injury or death. Compliance with the General Duty Clause is challenging because employers are typically unaware of what recognized hazards they may be required to address in their workplaces.

Tag(s): Risk Management Safety;

Healthcare News: September 12, 2017

In this issue, regulatory developments in medical device cybersecurity; plaintiffs make progress with claims following data breaches; how the “failing firm” defense justifies mergers; the profile of thefts by employees; and skilled nursing’s increased ownership by and affiliation with hospitals and their investors.

Tag(s): Healthcare;