If you work from home—whether you’re a small-business owner or a freelancer—you know it’s crucial to keep your home office secure. Here are seven tips to safeguard your data and ward off potential intruders, both online and off.
For oil and gas workers, fatigue caused by a combination of long work hours and lengthy commutes can contribute to motor vehicle crashes–the leading cause of death in the industry–a new fact sheet from NIOSH states. Oil and gas workers face several factors that increase their risk of drowsy driving.
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If your company designs, manufactures, distributes or sells a physical product—anything from toys to building supplies to macaroni and cheese—you’ll want to strongly consider purchasing product liability coverage. This coverage helps provide financial protection in the event that the use of your product results in property damage, personal injury or death.
On May 14, 2018, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced their plan to urge governments worldwide to eliminate the use of artificially produced trans fat by 2023. According to the WHO, artificially produced trans fats found in junk and fried foods contribute to more than 500,000 preventable deaths annually.
On April 26, 2018, the IRS released Revenue Procedure 2018-27 to announce another change to the 2018 the family health savings account (HSA) contribution limit. The new revenue procedure modifies the family HSA contribution change imposed by the March 5th Revenue Procedure 2018-18.
Facebook recently announced that political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica obtained information from up to 87 million accounts without their users’ consent. These allegations have highlighted concerns about data security, social media privacy and Facebook’s data protection practices. In order to keep your personal information safe, it’s important for you to be aware of how it […]
Falls are the number one cause of construction-worker fatalities, accounting for one-third of on-the-job deaths in the industry. On April 26, 2012, NIOSH, OSHA, and CPWR–The Center for Construction Research and Training together launched a National Campaign to Prevent Falls in Construction.