The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) keeps records not only of the most frequently cited standards overall, but also within particular industries. The most recent statistics from... Read More
Imagine that when you are striking a nail with a hammer, part of the hammer's handle breaks off and hits you in the eye.
You lose several weeks of pay and permanently damage your eye. Serious... Read More
It is natural that the classroom is a boisterous and dynamic place, with students sometimes performing different types of tasks at the same time.
Cleanup is an essential part of every activity—and... Read More
A natural disaster or security risk could happen in your school any day.
It is imperative that you have a plan to handle these potential risks, both to ensure the safety of your students and staff... Read More
Minors between the ages of 15 and 17 that are employed in construction have a seven times greater chance of being fatally injured than their peers working in other industries.
Because of the... Read More
Every business must have plans in place to respond to a potential security threat or disaster situation, but it’s even more vital for health care facilities.
Risks such as natural disasters, public... Read More
New administrations bring new challenges to the professional realm, and the Trump administration is no exception. Many of the former administration’s health care initiatives are being rolled back or... Read More
By Saeculum Research / Neil Howe
According to the latest Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) jobs report, goods-producing industries created 19 percent of all private U.S. jobs added in January 2017;... Read More
The tax treatment of payments under fixed indemnity health coverage depends on how the premiums are paid.
If employees are taxed on the premiums, the fixed indemnity payments are not... Read More
House Republicans released a policy brief describing their approach for replacing the ACA.
The proposals include providing monthly tax credits and enhancing health savings accounts.
The... Read More