Denise Wrenn, certified occupational health nurse and Occupational Health Consultant at Cleco Corporation, is our March “Women in Comp” featured executive. Read on for Wrenn’s take on why nurses need more managerial opportunities and how young women can break into business with confidence.
School systems around the state are embracing Jump Start, a new program designed to train high school students in the technical and skilled trades and get them into the workforce more quickly.
Texas has introduced a “comprehensive” medical marijuana bill in the state House.
White House officials confirmed yesterday that the head of the U.S. Chemical Safety Board, Chairman Rafael Moure-Eraso, has resigned at President Obama’s request.
Our Agent Spotlight for March is a foray into personal lines! Danielle Dauzat with Accessible Insurance Agency in New Orleans offers her perspective on why insurance experts need to place a premium on trust and educating their clients.
Motiva Enterprises announced late last week that operations at its Convent and Norco refineries will be integrated.
A construction company in Florida has been cited for 17 serious violations by OSHA.
Insurance Journal’s Journal of Insurance Issues has published a white paper on the legalization of marijuana and its effects on the Property/Casualty sector at large.
Cargo passing through the Port of Baton Rouge public docks in 2014 more than doubled over 2013’s figures, Port of New Orleans hit a 14 year high.
Humana’s sale of occupational health and physical therapy unit Concentra is considered a passive move for the company to exit workers’ comp.