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Fewer OSHA Inspectors

In order to investigate workplaces and ensure compliance with federal safety requirements that save lives, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) employs safety inspectors. In recent months the number of inspectors has declined, which puts workers at a high risk for preventable workplace injuries and fatalities that all too often result from safety failures.[…]

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Workplace Overexertion Injuries

Overexertion injuries in the workplace often result in various strains and sprains, accounting for a large number of workers’ compensation claims and individuals who need time off from work. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) and National Safety Council (NSC) report that not only are these injuries costly, but they’re also largely preventable. The NSC[…]

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PA: Opioids for Workers Out on Comp

The Workers’ Compensation Research Institute (WCRI) recently confirmed that the second-highest amount of opioids prescribed to workers who are out on compensation claims is in the state of Pennsylvania. The rate of opioids prescribed in Pennsylvania per Workers’ Compensation claim is 87% higher than the median state, indicating that overprescribing these addictive and dangerous drugs[…]

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Contraindicated: The FDA and Kids’ Medicines

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) wants everyone – doctors, parents, caregivers and the general public – to know that using codeine and tramadol can both result in fatal consequences for kids. Because of how dangerous the two drugs can be, the administration now requires that certain information be added to the labels of the[…]

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Pennsylvania Suspends Installation of Guardrails

Pennsylvania is the latest state in the nation to suspend installation of X-Lite Guardrail End Terminals from all state roads and highways. New York, Connecticut, New Jersey, Colorado, Delaware, and Vermont are among the 11 states across the country that plan to remove these guardrails after they have been implicated in 13 fatal car accidents[…]

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