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Texas Employers Have No Duty to Protect Against Obvious Dangers
On June 24, @SHRMNextchat chatted with Aliah Wright (@1SHRMScribe) about HR and Cybersecurity.
In case you missed this important chat filled with tips and advice for protecting your organization's most sensitive information, you can read all the tweets below:
Survey: Most Employees Feel Secure at Work
Can HR Help Prevent Shootings in the Workplace?
Employer, Safety Consultants Fined for Refusing OSHA Inspection
OSHRC: Hazard Assessments Are Not One Size Fits All
Company Cited for Bear-Mauling Death
Majority of Workers Expected to Be Present During Severe Weather
Stay Safe This Summer with Emergency Prep Resources
More Regulation to Prevent Sleep Deprivation on the Job May Be Brewing
Safety Manager Charged in Worker's Oven Death
Lawmakers Demand OSHA Update Safety Rules for Nail Salons
New Guidelines Clarify Contractors' Reportable Safety Violations
OSHA's Rules on Silica, Record-Keeping on Target
New Law Would Make OSHA's Voluntary Protection Programs Permanent
On May 27, @shrmnextchat chatted with employment attorney Jonathan Segal @jonathan_HR_law about How Workplace Violence Creates HR Nightmares.
If you missed this important chat, you can read all the tweets here:
OSHA's Heat Safety App Updated for iPhones
It’s important for HR professionals to know and understand the ramifications of workplace violence to reference not only on the human level, but also concerning employer’s workers compensation and liability coverage for such acts. Other legal issues loom large, too,
Court Rules Delayed 911 Call Willful Violation