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Have I been exposed to carbon monoxide?

Carbon monoxide is a colorless and odorless gas well-known among medical professionals for its sinister reputation as a "silent killer." However, average people may not know of its existence let alone understand the threat it presents. San Antonio personal injury and carbon monoxide lawyers at Wyatt Law Firm, Ltd. are well-versed on this topic.

Hours Of Service Rules For Truck Drivers To Help Prevent Fatigue-related Accidents

Driving a truck can be physically tasking and potentially dangerous if not handled correctly. Whether the driver is transporting raw materials, hazardous liquids, or other products, it is important that he or she is well rested and capable of vigilantly driving long hours. Because truck drivers are conducting large vehicles, they must be completely alert and aware of their surroundings at all times. Fatigue or drowsiness cause drivers to lose focus and crash.

Mass layoffs at fts international purportedly violate warn act

Recently FTS International closed its Bryan Plant, letting go of 200 oil and energy workers. FTS International is an oil field service company that employees over 4,000 workers. The employees at Bryan Plant came in on Wednesday morning, on April 8th, and learned that they no longer had a job. The lack of notice is allegedly in violation of the WARN Act.

Notice To Oilfield Workers: Know Your Warn Act Rights

Employers must give employees at least 60 days' notice before laying them off, according to the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act or "WARN" Act. The falling oil prices have prompted oil and gas employers to start laying off employees, however, this does not excuse WARN Act violations. All employers that fall under these requirements, oil and gas employers included, must give their employees at least 60 days' warning before a layoff.

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