At the U.S. Department of Labor’s second annual Tech Day, held on May 16th, OSHA was one of several federal agencies that displayed cutting-edge technology they use to support their missions.
McDonald’s safety procedures are the subject of a new report from the National Employment Law Project.
A new Kaiser Health News (KHN) report found that while opioid abuse and addiction is finally part of the national discussion and remains top of mind for public health officials, meth has made a comeback.
A.M. Best released a new Special Report: First Look—3 Month Property/Casualty Financial Results.
Fuel import prices rose 6.9 percent for the year ending April 2019, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
EHS Today announced a new webinar: When Time Is Not On Your Side: Best Practices in CPR and Defibrillation.
As the few workers’ comp bills filed this Legislative Session move through the process in the Session’s final weeks, Representative Alan Seabaugh (R-Shreveport) spoke with Louisiana Comp Blog to discuss his bill that sought to rein in medical implants prices and PTSD presumptions.
Gov. John Bel Edwards and Shell Chemicals Vice President for Gulf Coast Manufacturing Rhoman Hardy announced the company will advance feasibility plans for a potential $1.2 billion manufacturing expansion at its Shell Geismar facility in Louisiana.