Steps to an effective office ergonomics program...FMLA Current and Future
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5 Steps to Effective Office Ergonomics

by Russell Richer

Today’s office is a complex and dynamic collection of elements. An office workplace can produce just as many workplace injuries as a factory, warehouse or construction site if an effective ergonomic program is not in place.

Check out the Statistics and the Steps

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FMLA: Current and Future Key Issues

by Lynne Lamstein

Signed into law twenty years ago, the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) brought a new concept into the workplace. On this 20-year anniversary, we will take a brief look at the impact and future of FMLA.

The OSHA Update

  • OSHA and Montgomery County Align to Prevent Construction Falls
  • Stakeholder Meetings to Discuss Crane Operator Certification Requirements
  • Florida OSHA Releases Two Reports on the Costs of Work-Related Hospitalization
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