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July 2015 Archives

Painkiller overdoses may be covered by worker's comp

A new report by the National Safety Council concludes that some prescription drug overdoses suffered by employees may be compensable under workers' compensation insurance policies in Pennsylvania and nationwide. The report focused on opioid drugs, commonly called painkillers, which account for more than 25 percent of workers' compensation drug costs, according to recent statistics.

Construction industry sees new OSHA standard

OSHA has introduced a new confined space standard that will have an effect on workers in Pennsylvania and across the country. In particular, the standard addresses the construction industry more directly than the existing standard enacted in 1993 did. The new rule is scheduled to take effect on Aug. 3, 2015.

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