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Supreme Court and COVID Mandates

The Supreme Court of the United Sates (SCOTUS) ruled on January 13, 2022 to stay the OSHA vaccination and testing…

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Supreme Court and COVID Mandates

Colorado has passed new rules addressing paid leave, whistleblower, and protective equipment that went into effect January 1, 2021. 7CCR…

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DOL Announces Annual Adjustments to OSHA Civil Penalties

The US Department of Labor announced this past week that Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is revising its civil…

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A New Year Brings a New Risk Control and Safety Calendar

Looking for ideas for an updated planning calendar complete with monthly topics?  See the 2022 National Safety Observances Calendar here. …

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EEOC Issues new Guidance on COVID-19 and ADA Disability

As the challenges with COVID, mandates and related items continue to work their way through the court system, the EEOC…

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What You Do After a Crash Matters

Undoubtably motor vehicle incidents can be traumatic.  The moments and hours after a crash can be full of emotion and…

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