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OSHA will make injury data public
Under OSHA’s recently released final rule, the agency will post on its website injury and illness data submitted by employers. The rule also specifies employers must make the data available on demand to employees, former employees, and their representatives. The new requirements become...[MORE]
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Article 2281 PHT members earn awards
The first-ever PHT Worker Safety Symposium, held in Charleston on May 12 & 13, was a great success, with more than 30 member representatives gathered at the Mills House for this program. The two-day, invitation-only event brought together key representatives from PHT members to discuss each ...[MORE]
Article 2280 OSHA rule on preventing falls
Safety + Health reports OSHA’s final rule on preventing slips, trips, and falls is scheduled for publication in August as the agency wants to get it out before President Obama leaves office. The proposed rule was first published in 2010. It replaced a proposed rule that was released in ...[MORE]
Article 2279 Senate confirms reappointment of commissioners
Prior to the adjournment of the 121st Session of the General Assembly on Thursday, June 2, 2016, the SC Senate confirmed the reappointment of Commissioner T. Scott Beck to the SC Workers' Compensation Commission. Commissioner Beck serves as Chairman of the Commission and was first ...[MORE]
Article 2278 Attorney Column: Heart attack, not your regular claim
By Walt Barefoot, Esq. As this column is being written, the weather experts are calling for the first 100 degree day in South Carolina. There has been at least one study showing that higher temperatures put an extra load on a person’s cardiac system. As a result, it is probably a good ...[MORE]
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