- Australia tallies $60 million in bizarre workers comp requests
An obese Australian Bureau of Statistics clerk claimed he had been bullied and harassed and suffered from “psychological injury,” plagued with breathlessness, fatigue and dizziness — and as a result needed someone to mow his lawn at home.
- Policies can counter safety hazards from prescription misuse
Drug abuse can lead to workplace safety risks, such as cognitive impairment and reduced response times, an expert says.
- Controversial OSHA regs may fall within Midnight Rules scope
The bill could allow Congress to overturn resolutions in bulk rather than one at a time per the current Congressional Review Act.
- Arkansas approves 8.4% comp rate cut