South Korean Government Says Samsung Chip Plan Caused Workers’ Breast Cancer
A South Korean government agency said Friday that working at a Samsung Electronics factory caused the breast cancer of a worker who died earlier this year, only the second time it has recognized a link between cancer and Samsung’s chip plants.
Physical Therapy Can Be Beneficial for Workers’ Comp Injuries
Physical therapy is a medical service that uses therapeutic exercise to help a person regain or improve his or her normal body movements.
OSHA Releases Online Tool To Help Protect Workers Exposed to Cadmium
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration today released a new interactive online tool to help protect workers exposed to cadmium. The new interactive online tool will assist employers in complying with OSHA’s cadmium standard (29 CFR 1910.1027).
Psycho-Social Challenges of Managing Employee Illness Presenteeism, Absenteeism, and Monday Effect Oh My
The concept of “it’s complicated” extends beyond describing a romantic relationship; it also often applies to the relationship between an employee’s illness or injury and that person’s employment.
Is Workers’ Compensation My Only Option if I Suffer Serious Injuries on a Construction Job?
When you suffer on-the-job injuries at a construction site, or any other place of employment, the Workers Compensation program can provide important benefits to help you obtain immediate medical treatment.