- Reclassification of opioid painkillers may boost workers compensation costs
Tighter controls on opioid prescription painkillers issued by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration last month may increase workers compensation costs in the short term, but over the long term they could help reduce overuse of opioids.
- Florida exclusive remedy ruling may upend workers compensation system
Injured workers in Florida might be able to receive both workers compensation benefits and civil liability damages should an appeal filed last week by the Florida attorney general’s office fail to overturn a ruling that declared the state’s…
- Register for Business Insurance's Workers Comp & Safety Virtual Conference
From opioid management to keeping an aging workforce safe and healthy, industry experts will advise attendees on strategies and solutions to control their workers compensation costs during Business Insurance’s fifth annual Workers Comp & Safety…
- Q&A: Trish Ennis, American Society of Safety Engineers
Trish Ennis became the 100th president of The American Society of Safety Engineers on July 1 after serving 10 years in various elected leadership roles, including senior vice president and president-elect. Ms.