By James L. CurtisDaniel Birnbaum, and Craig B. Simonsen

Seyfarth Synopsis: NIOSH reiterated last week that healthcare workers are exposed to a wide range of hazards on the job and healthcare employers may not be following best practices to protect against these hazards.

Healthcare is the fastest-growing sector of the U.S.

By Adam R. Young, Kylie Byron, and Craig B. Simonsen

shutterstock_178475264Seyfarth Synopsis: NIOSH releases a comprehensive training curriculum that home healthcare employers can use to minimize safety risks and prevent OSHA citations.

We had blogged previously about OSHA’s “Strategies and Tools” to “Help Prevent” Workplace Violence in the Healthcare Setting. Now

By Ann Marie Zaletel and Andrew Crane

An employee handbook is a key tool for employers.  However, if an employer isn’t careful, a handbook can create more problems than it solves.  So, from the home office in Sioux City, Iowa (drum roll, please…..) here are tonight’s “Top Ten” handbook mistakes and tips on how to