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  • Comp Connection Vol. 15 No. 2

     

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  • Tybo Wilhelms and Dana Quick to Speak at NOHRA

    On Wednesday, March 25, 2015, Tybo Wilhelms and Dana Quick will speak at the Northwest Ohio Human Resources Associations’ (NOHRA) meeting to be held at the Four County Career Center in Archbold, OH.  Mr. Wilhelms and Ms. Quick will discuss employer investigations.  The meeting starts at 11:30 with lunch being served.  Registration for the meeting is available on the NOHRA website: http://tahra.mightevent.com/events/event-Details.cfm?eventKey=1438.

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  • Bugbee & Conkle Extends Our Gratitude and Best Wishes to Dana Quick As We Celebrate Her First Year with Us!

    Dana Quick joined Bugbee & Conkle in March of 2014.  Dana practices in Bugbee & Conkle’s Workers’ Compensation and Labor and Employment practice groups representing employers in administrative hearings as well as court litigation, and has expanded the firm’s specialties to include the areas of bankruptcy and insolvency.  Dana quickly became a valued addition to our team and to our community as an active member of several area bar associations and human resource associations.

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  • Rob Solt and Rob King To Speak at Employment Law Conference

    Friday March 20, 2015, Rob King and Rob Solt will speak at The Employers’ Association’s Law Conference to be held at the Hilton Garden Inn in Perrysburg, Ohio.  Registration for the conference is available on The Employer’s Association’s at www.theea.org.  Mr. King and Mr. Solt will discuss defenses and strategies in the context workers’ compensation cost containment.

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  • New OSHA Interpretation Letter Explains Reporting Rule for Amputations and Eye

    The new reporting rule (29 C.F.R. 1904.39) became effective January 1, 2015, requiring employers to notify OSHA within 24 hours if a worker suffers an on-the-job amputation or the loss of an eye or if one or more workers are admitted for inpatient care at a hospital.   OSHA issued an interpretation letter dated December 16, 2014, explaining the definitions of “amputation” and “loss of eye” relative to the new reporting requirements.

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