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Cal / OSHA quotes two employers after crushers have been crushed

The California Working Party on Occupational Safety and Health has cited an agricultural worker and a farm worker who has over $ 100,000 combined in proposed penalties after a worker was killed by a garbage can at a walnut processing and packaging plant in Los Molinos, California, announced on Thursday. On October 6, 2018, the forklift operators at the factory …

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Sears sues senior chairman Lampert

(Reuters) – Sears Holdings Corps long ago sued President Eddie Lampert, his hedge fund ESL Investments Inc., and former directors, including Secretary of State Steven Mnuchin, who accused them of allowing the dealer to be billions of dollars before October 2018 bankrupt. The trial, published on Thursday, was filed by the restructuring group settlement of what remains of the Sears …

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FEMA places $ 300M disaster binding

The US Federal Crisis Management Agency has secured $ 300 million of flood reinsurance for three years for the National Flood Insurance Program through the issue of its second disaster band, FloodSmart Re Ltd. (Series 2019-1), said the agency on Thursday. "FEMA continues to re-enter the reinsurance markets to strengthen the financial framework of NFIP and promote private sector participation …

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ASSP announces leader for 2019

The US security staff community on Thursday announced its new leaders from its 2019 election, which started their new terms on July 1. Diana Stegall, an ASSP member since 1990 and Rockford, Minnesota-based leading loss control consultant for United Wisconsin Insurance Co., who runs business like United Heartland, was elected president, Park Ridge, Illinois-based organization said in a statement. She …

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Fitch sees modest gains for US insurance companies

The US real estate industry experienced a small insurance gain in 2018 after the following year of losses caused by natural disasters, with further improvements expected in 2019, according to Fitch Ratings Inc. The industry logged a statutory combined ratio of 99.3% in 2018, corresponding to an improvement over the 103.9% reported in 2017, largely due to a reduction in …

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Chicken a little wrong, trial claims

Chicken contains fecal matter, claims a lawsuit recently filed by a non-governmental defense force group against the US Department of Agriculture, claiming that the Agency has not responded to its concerns about contamination during chicken and other meat production, the United States reported. Today Thursday. The process was filed by the Herbal Diet Attorney Physicians Committee on Responsible Medicine on …

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Appeals court tosses civil suit over worker death

An appeals court in California on Tuesday granted a summary to a pistachio processing facility after the man who died while maintaining a machine attempted at the company, asserting part that the suit did not meet the legal bar for At issue is the machine that crushed Fernando Santiesteban at the Terra Bella, California, plant in 2011 when another worker …

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Hannover Re tightens guarantees for carbon risks

Hannover Re SE assumes a more restrictive insurance policy on reinsurance of carbon-based risks in addition to excluding coal-based projects from its investment portfolio. Hannover Re does not invest in securities from issuers that generate 25% or more of their revenue from coal-based energy production and will continue to attempt to sign more risks associated with renewable or alternative energy …

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AmTrust agrees to the sale of Lloyd's business to Canopius

AmTrust Financial Services Inc. signed a final agreement to sell its business Lloyd's of London to Canopius AG on Thursday. Sales, which make Canopius one of the five largest Lloyds insurance companies with about $ 2.2 billion in premiums, are expected to be completed in the third quarter, Canopius said in a statement. According to the terms of the agreement, …

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