Month: December 2021

California labor laws of 2022 include higher minimum wage and more

An explosion of COVID-19 infections at large businesses such as supermarket chains, meat packers, fast food outlets and warehouses has highlighted the weak penalties in California’s worker safety laws. And the Cal / OSHA workplace safety agency, with one inspector for every 103,000 workers, said it was understaffed to visit 80 percent of sites where […]

Colorado State Patrol Launches Seat Belt Awareness Campaign to Safely Start the New Year

GOLDEN, Colorado – In early 2022, the Colorado State Patrol (CSP) is urging drivers across Colorado to make one of the simplest and most important New Year’s resolutions of all: stay alive by wearing a seat belt of security. The “You wouldn’t want to…” campaign will launch on Saturday January 1, 2022 and remind drivers […]

Upcoming Firefighter Cancer Awareness Month in January

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – With the end of December, now is the time to prepare for Firefighters Cancer Awareness Month next January. During Firefighters Cancer Awareness Month, organizations like the International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) and the Firefighter Cancer Support Network (FCSN) educate people on how to reduce the impact of cancer on firefighters. “Cancer […]

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