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Archive: November 2019

Lawmakers Take Action to Curb Health Care Worker Assaults

Arizona residents might be shocked to learn that about one in two workplace assault victims is employed in the health care sector. According to figures from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, doctors, nurses and other health care workers are…

Osha: Computer-Based Employee Training Not Enough

Employers in Arizona are encouraged to review the OSHA standards when it comes to training employees. The reason is that OSHA recently had to reinforce the training requirement in its fullness. Training must end in mastery of the training material,…

Osha to Investigate Toxic Exposure That Killed Restaurant Manager

Buffalo Wild Wings sports bars are a familiar site throughout Arizona, but the good times ended abruptly at one location when an accident with cleaning chemicals turned deadly. A preliminary accident report from the local fire department and the Occupational…

Tips to Strengthen Your Workers’ Compensation Claim

Nobody wants to get injured at work, but due to a myriad of factors (faulty equipment, an unsafe environment, or a poorly trained employee), accidents do happen. This is when workers’ compensation comes into play. Many companies pay insurance to…

Workers’ Comp Covers Expenses for Injured Workers

The federal Bureau of Labor Statistics has reported that the average per-employee cost of workers’ compensation is $0.44 per hour of work, but that figure can vary by state and by job. Workers in Arizona may be entitled to benefits…

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