Yesterday’s Advisor presented an infographic highlighting the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) top 10 common citations—and how many of them are related to a lack of training. Today, we provide 10 steps to a successful safety program.
Workers’ compensation stories never get old; and in Ohio, they seem to have a lot of stories related to workers’ comp fraud! In May of 2014, there were 14 people who were convicted of workers’ comp fraud! These convictions were the result of investigations conducted by the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation’s (BWC) Special Investigations Department […]
Yes, workers’ comp fraud is rampant. HRSBT has brought you numerous stories of people continuing to work while out on WC disability—roofers roofing, painters painting, and landscapers mowing lawns. But this one is the winner!
Former football players get a lot of publicity when they are arrested or sentenced for breaking the law. But in this case, the charges are kind of unusual—workers’ compensation fraud.