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The Workers Compensation Research Institute (WCRI) studied return-to-work situations in two states, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, which show that poor economic conditions have made it more difficult for some employers to offer light, transitional or modified duty for injured workers. Although injured workers in those two states have typically reported better return-to-work outcomes than

As the summer heat sizzles across the nation and excessive heat warnings are extended, more and more workers are spending several hours per day in extreme temperatures. Workers who drive trucks are particularly vulnerable to the symptoms of dehydration, heat exhaustion and heat stroke. Many trucks, including delivery trucks, construction vehicles and even

Fairs, Festivals, Rodeos – You Don’t Need a Silver Spoon to Eat Good Food! A big part of summer for many people is attending fairs, rodeos, and festivals. The Center for Disease Control published the following food safety practices that should be the same at these popular summertime events as they are at


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