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July 2015 Archives

Prescription drug addiction after workplace injury

Recent explorations of medical and workers' compensation case law in Pennsylvania and around America indicate that prescription drug addiction, in addition to being a serious societal problem, may sometimes accidentally result from medical intervention into workplace injuries. As such, the cost of the addiction and treatment may be covered under workers' compensation policies.

OSHA issues new enclosed space rules

Many Pennsylvania employees have to enter and perform tasks in many different types of enclosed spaces during their work day. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has recently issued a new standard that will govern how those enclosed spaces must be prepared and maintained for safety on construction sites. It supplements the original standards, adopted in 1993, that apply to all occupations.

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