Sep 19, 2019
This edition of the GB Journal looks at risk management trends for the next five years, a new study on overwork, risks brought on by workplace discrimination, and how climate change affects a company's risk profile.
Sep 18, 2019
The Way takes a look at California's measure to reclassify employees in the gig economy, their expansion of peace officer work comp benefits, additional CCPA amendments. Also on the docket? NH veto of return to work bill, OSHA's top 10 violations, and changes to the Consumer Products Safety Commission.
Sep 11, 2019
This edition of The Way remembers first responders and recent bills focusing on mental health & who is now classified as a first responder. We're also reporting on vaping, the states suing to block the new SEC-broker rules, TRIA, and Illinois work comp.
Sep 5, 2019
Think GDPR is a pain? CCPA - the new online privacy regs soon to take effect in California - will give it a run for its money. This edition of the GB Journal covers this, updates on physical therapy in work comp claims, the dangers presented by IoT, cyber risk management, and more.
Sep 4, 2019
This week's edition of The Way looks at work comp issues from California to Texas, Hurricane Dorian, an update on Brexit, an NHTSA test to replace mirrors in cars with cameras, and California wildfire claims adjusting rules.
Aug 29, 2019
"Slip and fall" cases plague retailers, especially for supermarkets and department stores. To defend against these claims, retailers have video cameras in strategic location to help assess the incident and come to a determination. This edition of Industry Insights looks at instances where video was used that resulted in successful outcomes.
Aug 28, 2019
This edition of The Way discusses the DEA's new efforts to approve additional approved marijuana suppliers for scientific and medical research, environmental topics, the latest opioid ruling, the ADA ACCESS Act, and potential FMLA coverage for IEP meetings.
Aug 22, 2019
This week's edition of the GB Journal tackles the impact an aging workforce in the US has on risk management, identifies some risks with touchscreen technology, looks at work comp risk drivers as portrayed in a new study, and looks at a trend in workplace safety in regards to forklift accidents.
Aug 21, 2019
This week's edition of The Way reviews new construction legislation that's being enacted or up for comment this week, looks at Hours of Service rules in trucking, plus looks at air quality and workers' compensation in California and union formation rulemaking across industries.
Aug 14, 2019
This week The Way is looking at automation in transportation - specifically autonomous vehicles. We're also reporting on new New York laws making intentional car crashes a felony & allowing schools to put cameras on school buses, and the latest on the EEOC, WI & Give Kids the World Village.