- OSHA cites firm for exposing workers to energy, equipment hazards
- California updates medical treatment guidelines
The guidelines for how injured workers are treated in California will change starting Dec. 1 with modifications in line with current American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine standards.
- Florida insurance commissioner orders 9.8% workers comp rate drop for 2018
Florida Insurance Commissioner David Altmaier has ordered a workers compensation rate decrease of 9.8% for next year, rejecting the National Council on Compensation Insurance’s 2018 rate filing.
- Wisconsin medical costs per comp claim ‘higher than typical’: Study
Wisconsin’s medical payments per workers compensation claim were 46% higher than those of other states studied for 2015 injuries, according to a study released by the Workers’ Compensation Research Institute.