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By now you have surely heard of the scourge of opioid abuse that's swept the country over the past decade and the damage it is doing to individuals, families, communities and workplaces.
Having adequate personal protective equipment on hand and available for employees to use is a critical part of your workplace safety and compliance program.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has sued an employer for refusing to hire a job applicant because he used a service dog.
The employer of a worker who causes damage during their off hours on a business trip may be held liable for them acting "in the scope of their employment," according to a federal court decision.
OSHA will make inspections of a workplace for a variety of reasons, including following a worker injury and always after a worker's death.
Whether you work from home or a storefront office, you need a safe, affordable space to conduct business. If property damage and government ordinances force you repair or rebuild your building, ordinance and law coverage can help you keep your doors open.Ordinance and law coverage protects property owners from financial loss after their building is damaged by a covered peril. Government regulations usually force property owners to repair, rebuild, or demolish damaged buildings, and ordinance and law coverage can help cover the cost of construction.