Unfortunately, entry into confined spaces frequently results in serious injury or death, not only to the initial entrant but to would-be, untrained rescuers.
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Directions newsletter is a monthly publication of the Benefits and HR Consulting practice of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. The December 2017 issue includes articles about Medicare indexed dollar values for 2018, additional hurricane and wildfires disaster relief for employer’s benefit plans, delays in DOL fiduciary and disability regulations, a telecommuting agreement requirement in France, the 2017 Form 5500, a state law update, and several important reminders.
On November 13, 2017, the Department of Transportation amended its drug testing program regulation which, among other things, adds certain semisynthetic opioids to its drug testing panel.
We buy fire extinguishers and insurance for the same reason; we hope we never need to use it, but we expect it to function as intended if we do need to use it.
Recently, two styles of Kidde fire extinguishers made in the U.S. were recalled because they can become clogged or require excessive force to discharge and can fail to activate during a fire emergency.
Safety is an important topic to discuss for professional drivers. Always work safely and report unsafe conditions that might lead to injuries to you or your fellow employees.
Over the past several months we have been proposing an approach for holding others accountable for failed performance that is grounded in a “contextual” diagnostic model. This model allows you to determine the “real” causes of failed performance prior to determining the “best” approach for improving that performance going forward.
Are advanced practice clinicians such as APNs (advanced practice nurses) and PAs (physician assistants) part of your medical practice?
As most employers probably know by now, OSHA’s revised recordkeeping rule requires certain employers to electronically file injury and illness data with OSHA.
Every year insurance buyers are eager to learn about what pricing they should expect for the next year. The insurance market has been pretty benign the last few years—with the exception automobile liability.