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  • Safety of SeaWorld Employees May be at Risk Again in Future

    SeaWorld is a well-known theme park throughout the country. With one of its locations in Texas, many people in the state have likely been present for some of its famous performances involving orcas, ... Read Article

July Posts

  • Safety of SeaWorld Employees May be at Risk Again in Future

    SeaWorld is a well-known theme park throughout the country. With one of its locations in Texas, many people in the state have likely been present for some of its famous performances involving orcas, also known as killer whales. Though the performances may be entertaining, it does ... Read Article
  • Inspections and Violations Frequent for Texas Oil Industry

    The oil and gas industry is currently booming in Texas. This is why the Occupational Safety and Health Administration is focused on it. According to OSHA officials, the industry is a dangerous one that has caused many workers to suffer injuries. Data from OSHA show that more than ... Read Article
  • Despite Recent Case, ERISA Suits Can Have Legal Fees Covered

    The Employee Retirement Income Security Act is a law that is often cited when issues regarding retirement benefits occur. It has been a major help for people in Texas who have seen their employee rights infringed upon, and in one recent case, the complex nature of ERISA and the ... Read Article
  • Unaddressed Workplace Conditions May Prove Problematic

    It has long been reported Wal-Mart does not treat its employees very well. Recent strikes, however, are reigniting these concerns as some workers go on strike. At least five dozen employees have been illegally disciplined or terminated due to their opposition to the company's ... Read Article
  • OSHA, EPA Have Yet to Aact on West Fertilizer Co. Incident

    It has been more than two months since the fatal explosion occurred at the West Fertilizer Company plant in West, Texas. It killed 15 people, injured 200 and reportedly caused $100 million in property damage, yet the Occupational Safety and Health Administration has yet to act on ... Read Article
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