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April 2019 Archives

When must you file a Georgia workers’ compensation claim?

When you live in Georgia and suffer an injury on the job, you may have cause to file a workers’ compensation claim relating to your injury. Regardless of whether the injury you suffered was ultimately your fault or someone else’s, you should still be able to move forward with a workers’ compensation claim if the injury occurred while you were at work.

Improving electrical safety in the workplace

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has implemented a variety of policies to improve conditions for workers, but regulators realized not enough was being done in the area of electrical safety. A new framework, known as NFPA 70E, provides a new way for workers to ensure electrical safety at the places they work. Implementing this new framework honestly could improve safety in addition to increasing efficiency.

Rand report calls for more test-driving for autonomous cars

Automakers are rushing to introduce self-driving cars, which is worrying many in Georgia and across the U.S. After all, these cars have caused fatal crashes in the past, including a March 2018 incident where an Uber vehicle in Arizona failed to detect a pedestrian and struck her. A report from the Rand Corporation contends that automakers are neglecting safety by not test-driving their vehicles enough.

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