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July 2016 Archives

Federal government workers' compensation laws are different

Employers across the country, for the most part, are required to offer workers' compensation benefits to their employees in the event of injuries or deaths that occur while on-the-job. Such benefits can be a great help to employees and their families if the need arises to use them. This is true regardless of whether one works for a private firm or the government. However, for employees in California or elsewhere, government workers' compensation laws are a bit different than those for private employers.

Workplace injuries caused by fireworks a July 4th OSHA concern

In the week leading up to the July 4th celebrations, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration warned company owners in the pyrotechnics and fireworks industry in California and other states of the dangers to which employees are exposed. The hazards exist in the entire chain of distribution. It is not uncommon for severe workplace injuries to be caused by fireworks at this time of the year.

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