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Is Workers’ Compensation Taxable?

Workers who get hurt on the job rarely think about taxes. Instead, they worry about receiving their Workers’ Compensation benefits to help them pay for bills, as well as any incurred medical fees. However, anyone who receives Workers’ Compensation does need to ask if those benefits are taxable. While most Workers’ Compensation cases are not » Read More

Craft Brewery Violations and Compliance for Worker Safety

The craft brewery industry has experienced an unprecedented boom in the past decade and the number of craft breweries in the U.S. is continuing to grow. Pennsylvania alone had 287 craft breweries in 2018 and produced more craft beer than any other state for three consecutive years, according to the Brewer’s Association. It is important » Read More

New ID Requirements Target Drone Safety

While drones serve in aiding in rescue missions, wildlife management, aerial photography, and environmental monitoring, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has grown increasingly concerned about the safety aspects of drones in U.S. airspace. There are more than one million drones and 160,000 remote pilots currently registered with the FAA. Officially known as Unmanned Aircraft Systems, » Read More

Dangers of Working with Formaldehyde

Formaldehyde continues to be a frequently needed chemical in many workplaces, plants, and manufacturers around Pennsylvania and the rest of the nation. In fact, formaldehyde has many uses for modern consumers and commercial enterprises. At the same time, formaldehyde should be considered potentially dangerous to workers consistently around the substance. In fact, the Occupational Safety » Read More

Firms Sacrifice Safety When Demand is High

According to a study by the Yale School of Management, high product demand can lead to an unfortunate side effect of unsafe working environments. The lead study author and his colleagues examined how higher demand affects safety, and their data revealed that when companies have incentives to increase production and profits, overall safety may be » Read More

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