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Connecticut Workers Are Protected From Head To Toe

Over the course of time, the Connecticut Legislature has enacted numerous and varied laws for the protection of Connecticut workers. Some become quite well known, like the recent paid sick leave law, others are more obscure....more

New, stricter consequences for boating under the influence in Washington State

Washington State boasts 3,200 miles of shoreline, 7,800 lakes, and 50,000 miles of rivers and streams. According to the Washington State Department of Ecology, Puget Sound has the highest per capita boat usage in the country....more

EU and Japan Aim for Mutual Recognition of Auto Safety Standards

Automotive trade is key to many trade agreements, and the proposed EU-Japan trade agreement is one of them. The second round of negotiations between the EU and Japan, which is being held in Tokyo, Japan from June 24, 2013...more

Ontario MOL’s Winter Safety Blitzes

Ontario Ministry of Labour inspectors are conducting a winter safety blitz looking for the following...more

Even Careless, Reckless Workers Protected By OHSA: Ontario Court

A Justice of the Peace has reaffirmed that Ontario’s safety laws are intended to protect not only safe workers, but also workers who make mistakes, are careless or are reckless....more

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