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OSHA has issued its final rule on respirable crystalline silica for general industry and construction to go in effect on June 23, 2016. Join us to determine if you will be in compliance for the new regulations including monitoring requirements, engineering controls, respiratory protection and medical surveillance.
Richard Polak discusses three global HR trends impacting the ability of multinationals to compete as destination employers in 2016.
The U.S. economy and financial markets are getting assistance from Canada and the European Union.
TOPICS INCLUDE • Introduction to final OSHA rule — Respirable Crystalline Silica • What are the differences between the old and new regulation? • New rule compliance and path forward • Question and answer session
2015 marked another relatively benign year of loss activity, with the lowest annual insured losses since 2009 of approximately $35 billion.
According to a recent study, individuals with sleep apnea (a nighttime breathing disorder that disrupts sleep) are at twice the risk of being in a serious vehicle crash than people without the condition. The study looked at two groups; 800 people with sleep apnea and 800 participants without the condition. During the study period, 800 sleep apnea participants were involved in 250 crashes while the group without the condition were involved in only 123 crashes.
In September 2015, Sally Quillian Yates, a United States Deputy Attorney General, issued a seven-page memorandum entitled “Individual Accountability for Corporate Wrongdoing.” This memorandum has attracted an enormous amount of attention.