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What employers need to know about what’s new and what’s coming in safety regulations
History of smoking didn’t mean occupational asbestos exposure didn’t contribute to his lung cancer
Formalization and integration key elements of an effective disability management program for an organization
WHMIS, safety standards, occupational health and safety
Workplace injury initially believed healed but worker developed headaches and chronic neck pain from the trauma
Medical reports couldn’t distinguish effects of earlier workplace accident from more recent one; no physical restrictions indicated