Houston-based Genesis Energy stated late last week in a quarterly report that it expects to have its $125 million pipeline upgrades and expansion in Louisiana completed in the second half of this year.
USW has expanded its strike in Louisiana and Texas.
OSHA deputy administrator Jordan Barab updated attendees at a U.S. Small Business Labor Safety Roundtable about the agency’s priorities.
The Comp Blog Careers feature has its first candidate!
The state’s workers’ comp system and its array of expenses were in the spotlight yesterday at a pre-2015 Legislative Session meeting of the Legislative Audit Advisory Council. The purpose of the meeting was to address an audit of workers’ comp costs in the state released February 9th, 2015, and to address the recommendations therein. State agencies and stakeholders on both the labor and business sides of the question testified and were charged with facilitating discussion and making amendments to the system at the administrative level.
Arthritis Care and Research has published a study on the triggers for low back pain, which include both physical and psychosocial components.
The Florida Third District Court of Appeal will hear oral argument on March 30 in the landmark Padgett case.
The FDA has issued five draft documents related to drug compounding and repackaging.
For this month’s “Agent Spotlight” feature, we spoke with Jessica Murillo-Clayton, co-owner of Classic Insurance Agency in Kenner. Read on for her thoughts about why honesty is the best policy and the agent’s duty to, “show the whole picture, not just the pretty part.”
The Texas DWC announced that it discovered underpayments on 64 lifetime income benefits and death benefits claims totaling more than $511,000.