Get ready to be informed, educated, challenged and entertained because articles from the winter issue of Claims Journal magazine are now available online.
P/C claims professionals interesting in reading articles from the premier issue can click here.
In this inaugural issue, readers can gain fresh insight into workplace injuries and the role that OSHA plays – or doesn’t play – in reducing those injuries. Also, attorney and risk consultant Rebecca Shafer explains how the true cost of workplace injuries should be measured by a lot more than OSHA fines or loss costs.
In addition, the winter issue features articles on examinations under oath, the biomechanics of slip and trip and falls as well as an analysis of the California case of Howell v. Hamilton Meats & Provisions, Inc.
As always, readers can catch up on industry moves, product recalls and fraud trends.
Subscription to the quarterly magazine is free to qualified readers. Interested candidates may apply for a subscription by clicking here.
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