Blog Category: Risk Management

Blog Category: Risk Management

9 Steps for Complying With the Revived OSHA Vax Test Mandate

On Friday, December 17, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals dissolved the stay against the OSHA Emergency Temporary Standard on Vaccination and Testing (ETS). This means that employers with 100 or more employees that are taking steps to comply have a new compliance date of January 10, 2022, February 9 for the testing provisions. The later dates apply only as long...

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Accident Prevention Pyramid

As the New Year approaches this is a great time to create awareness of the accident prevention pyramid and steps which can be taken to address unsafe acts and conditions before they lead to incidents, severe injuries, and even fatalities. Most accidents in the workplace involve both unsafe conditions, such as inadequate ventilation or improper storage of...

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Johnson & Johnson Reaches $290M Texas Opioid Settlement

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced a $290 million statewide opioid settlement agreement with Johnson & Johnson to resolve opioid-related claims. The agreement will largely track the terms of the Global Prescription Opioid Litigation Settlement Agreement that was announced July 23, 2021. According to the settlement, Johnson & Johnson has agreed...

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Infrastructure Bill Includes Numerous Trucking Safety Provisions

President Biden has signed into a law a sweeping trillion-dollar bill aimed at fixing crumbling roads, bridges, ports, water systems, and other infrastructure. It also contains numerous provisions that will impact the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and its highway safety programs for years to come.

The following are among dozens of...

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One Person Dies in DUI Accident Every 9 Hours in Texas

Last year there were 963 driving under the influence (DUI) alcohol-related traffic fatalities in Texas. That means on average, a person in Texas dies every nine hours and six minutes as a result of a traffic crash involving alcohol, according to TxDOT. With the aim of reducing such deadly accidents, TxDOT has begun a “Faces of Drunk Driving” campaign that put...

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