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September 2020 Blogs

Cashiers are at risk of a painful cumulative trauma injury

Cashiers are at risk of a painful cumulative trauma injury

Grocery store workers have difficult jobs dealing with people who aren’t happy for any number of reasons, including just not wanting to do their shopping that day. When something is out of stock, it can mean unjustified anger toward anyone who happens to be stocking shelves nearby or the person at the cash register. A…

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Things to know about repetitive motion injuries

Things to know about repetitive motion injuries

Depending on your profession, there’s a chance you could put stress on the same body part, day in and day out. While this doesn’t appear to be a big deal, the stress can have an impact on your body over time. This is where a repetitive motion injury could come into play. Also known as…

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Fear of retaliation prevents some workers from filing claims

When you work as an employee in California, you typically have the legal right to workers’ compensation for any injuries you suffer or illnesses you acquire while working. After all, this is the entire point of the program. It is meant to protect workers from incurring substantial medical debt or becoming impoverished due to a…

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New rules may limit workplace injuries for housekeepers

New rules may limit workplace injuries for housekeepers

Six years after representatives of hotel workers asked the Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board to create new regulatory standards for the on-the-job hazards that housekeepers in hotels face, their efforts paid off. On March 9, the Office of Administrative Law approved the ergonomic standard that will protect housekeepers from workplace injuries. The California Division…

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