Georgia residents who work in the field of medicine may know about the problems that arise with electronic health records. These problems can prove a detriment to provider satisfaction and clinical effectiveness. According to new research from Pew Charitable Trusts, pediatric safety is often impacted as well.
There is an old adage that says “accidents happen.” It’s a popular phrase that you have probably heard, because it’s true. When accidents happen in the workplace, the injured employee often faces a long road of recovery, doctor visits, paperwork and overall headaches. If the accident results in an injury that keeps an employee out of work for an extended period of time, there may also be an impact on their wallet and overall financial security.
Truck drivers in Georgia and across the country are often driving extended hours in the dark on monotonous roads. This can leave them potentially at risk for serious truck accidents along with everyone else on the road. Passengers and drivers in other vehicles are particularly at risk because they are far more likely to die or be seriously injured in a trucking crash. Indeed, two crashes have drawn additional attention to the issue of truck driver fatigue and its deadly potential.
Truck and bus drivers in Georgia will want to make sure that they and their vehicles comply with federal regulations because the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance will hold its International Roadcheck from June 4 to 6. Inspectors across the nation will be pulling over CMVs at random to conduct mostly Level I inspections. These are the most comprehensive inspections, covering both driver and vehicle compliance.