2011 Managing Labor and Employee Relations Seminar

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This is the PowerPoint presentation from Kegler Brown's "2011 Managing Labor and Employee Relations Seminar," held on March 1, 2011, at the Fawcett Center on the campus of The Ohio State University. Topics included recent case law updates, social media in the workplace, distracted driving policies, an update on workers' compensation from ODJFS, an update on complying with healthcare reform and much more.

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  • (1) the evidence of incapacitation must come exclusively from a medical professional; (2) lay testimony, on its own, is sufficient; or (3) lay testimony can supplement medical professional testimony or other medical evidence
  • First Aid includes:   • Observation or counseling   • Diagnostic procedures, including X-ray, blood tests   • Over-the-counter med's at over-the-counter strength  • Tetanus   • Cleaning, flushing or soaking wounds   • Wound coverings, including suture substitutes such as butterfly bandages      and Steri-strips   • Hot/cold treatment   • Non-rigid support such as ace, non-rigid back belts, etc.  • Temporary immobilization for transport purposes   • Drilling of nail to relieve sub-ungual hematoma  • Eye patches   • Foreign Body (FB) removal from eye using only irrigation or swab  • Simple skin FB removal   • Finger guards  • Massages
  • OSHA check back because now work missed.
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