In today’s world of increasingly frequent violent situations, in both public and private environments, the civilized world has been forced to develop more sophisticated and advanced protective deterrents. Read More
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is responsible for promulgating rules, performing inspections, and levying fines related to workplace safety. In the following Commonwealth Insights post, we discuss what every employer should know about OSHA penalties, surviving inspections, and the resources available to develop safety programs.
Return to Work (RTW) programs, which often include a “light duty” option, benefit both employers and employees if utilized correctly, particularly if the program is used to transition employees hurt on the job back to normalcy. Below, we discuss some terminology, plus how employers can build an effective RTW program.