Published on June 11, 2017

Arizona work injuries

Bud Light truck rolls over, spills beer on Arizona highway

The driver, who was treated for non-life threatening injuries, lost control of the vehicle preceding the crash, the Arizona Department of Public Safety said.

Workers searched the canal several times but found no sign of the driver.

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What to know as Arizona’s mandatory paid sick-leave law takes effect

The law allows paid leave for various reasons besides an actual sickness or injury.

Workers also may use sick leave for other problems, including those tied to domestic violence, sexual abuse, stalking or the closing of a child’s school owing to a …

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Feds Warn Arizona Commission that Lowering Workplace Injury Fines is Risky

Federal officials warned a commission overseeing Arizona’s workplace safety agency that its practice of lowering fines on companies for worker injuries and deaths violates the state’s laws and could jeopardize its ability to run its own safety program …

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Arizona warned over improperly slashing workplace safety penalties

An investigation by federal OSHA officials has found the Industrial Commission of Arizona’s practice of arbitrarily reducing employers’ penalties for safety violations is undermining the deterrent power of those penalties and is not permitted under …

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Three Phoenix daycare workers arrested after child abuse

Police then arrested Perla Denise Sierra Duarte, 26, and Ruben Sandoval, 51, after both are accused of hindering prosecution and failing to accurately report the injury to police.

Sierra Duarte is the director of the preschool, and Sandoval is the owner.

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