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Steps to a Safer Office Environment

Even a seemingly safe office can contain both obvious and hidden hazards that lead to minor scrapes, bumps, or bruises. In fact, some dangers may cause long-term medical health issues. In Pennsylvania, employers are legally required to provide a safe environment for their employees. Those that do not take safety seriously run the risk of » Read More


Social Media Safety Campaign Targeting Younger Workers

A new social media safety campaign will target younger workers who take on summer jobs. Several safety organizations, including the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), and the National Safety Council (NSC), among others, created the campaign #MySafeSummerJob. Using social media channels, it aims to provide » Read More


Importance of Hand Washing at Work

Bradley Corp. recently conducted a survey that found 63 percent of men and 49 percent of women do not wash their hands before leaving a workplace restroom. As adults, we have been taught in homes, schools, institutions, and churches that you must wash your hands. Germs and bacteria can spread various illnesses and diseases, leading » Read More


Co-Founders of Gross & Kenny, LLP Honored by Super Lawyers

Gross & Kenny, LLP is proud to announce that both co-founders and partners, Jeffrey S. Gross and Patrick W. Kenny, have been recognized by Super Lawyers for 2019. In effort to provide the public with exceptional recommendations, Super Lawyers compiles an annual list of the most respected and successful attorneys in their chosen practice areas. » Read More


Crash Risk for Emergency Vehicle Drivers

For an ambulance or fire truck rushing to the scene of an emergency, time is of the essence. Unfortunately, emergency vehicle drivers face crash risks that did not exist a decade ago, before the rise of social media. The National Safety Council and the Emergency Responder Safety Institute released a joint survey showing that an » Read More

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