7/1/2016
Courthouse Records

Stephen Gbeyor , 28, of 1 Prospect St., Worcester, charged with two counts of driving with a suspended license, continued without a finding for 1 day, $100 costs; license not in possession and license plate violation, found not responsible. John P. Riordan, 55, of 134 Lake Ave., Worcester, charged with driving an unregistered vehicle and speeding on the Mass Pike, found not responsible; and driving with a suspended license, dismissed. [...]

7/1/2016
Wilder Embraces VADA, Feels Drug Testing Should Be Year-Round

The charismatic yet gentle giant from Tuscaloosa, Alabama has always spoken out against the harm that PEDs cause, not just to the sport but physically to the athletes who use and abuse them. While it didn't cost him a loss, the use of a banned substance did cost Wilder a career-high payday as well as the opportunity to do what no other American heavyweight has done before defend a piece of the divisional title in Moscow, Russia. [...]

7/1/2016
Blair County drug sweep targets two dozen

Two dozen street-level and mid-level drug dealers who allegedly sold heroin, cocaine, prescription drugs and marijuana were the targets of the latest drug sweep Thursday in Blair County. "I was a drug addict, and I was clean for five years. [...]

7/1/2016
Ohio 11 mins ago 12:23 p.m.How will medical marijuana affect your workplace?

Andy Kaplan has been practicing law with the Cincinnati office of Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease for more than 30 years. He focused on civil litigation then labor and employment law. [...]

6/30/2016
Unannounced drug-testing nets 32 arrests in Hanover, Caroline

Nearly half of the probationers and parolees subjected to unannounced drug-testing in Hanover, Ashland, and Caroline have been re-arrested after they tested positive for drug use. Thirty-two of the more than 70 people who underwent testing at the Ashland Probation and Parole Office now face charges. [...]

6/30/2016
OSHA's New Injury Reporting Standards and the Post-Accident...

Employees may feel more secure in reporting injuries after a newly issued rule by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration , but many employers will find previously compliant protocols are now vulnerable to OSHA citations. The rule, made public in early May, seeks to improve employee willingness to report injuries and illnesses by discouraging retaliatory employer practices. [...]

6/30/2016
Witnesses report seeing car speeding before collision that killed 16-year-old Janis Brown

New details from court documents are emerging about a suspected DUI crash that killed 16-year-old Janis Brown. The details come from a search warrant affidavit issued for the results of suspect Tyvinn Smith's alcohol and drug testing. [...]

6/30/2016
Alcohol Breathalyzer and Drug Testing Equipment Market 2016: Global...

A new study Breath Analyzer , Drug Testing, Saliva Testers, and Biosensor Market Shares, Strategy, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2014 to 2020. The 2014 study has 593 pages, 202 tables and figures. [...]

6/30/2016
The Latest: No positive doping tests yet at Euro 2016

The military base outside Washington where the presidential plane Air Force One is stationed was temporarily locked down Thursday after an "active shooter" report that turned out to be a false alarm. New York City is taking a novel approach to addressing enduring pockets of the home foreclosure crisis. [...]

6/30/2016
The Latest: No positive doping tests yet at Euro 2016

New York City is taking a novel approach to addressing enduring pockets of the home foreclosure crisis. It's buying long-unpaid mortgages, with plans to help owners stay in their homes, if possible, or use the... New York City is taking a novel approach to addressing enduring pockets of the home foreclosure crisis. [...]

6/30/2016
Salazar leads drug testing

ZAMBOANGA City Mayor Ma. Isabelle Climaco-Salazar submitted herself to a supervised drug test following her declaration of mandatory drug testing for all officials, executives, and employees of the local government in support of the unified national campaign against drugs. [...]

6/30/2016
53 drug personalities yield in Kabankalan

Superintendent Rhea Santos, city police chief, said the drug personalities came to the station and signed affidavits expressing their intention to stop engaging in illegal drug activities and to help authorities combat the drug problem in the city. The police chief added that they already coordinated with the local government unit for intervention programs that could help the drug personalities. [...]

6/30/2016
Drug use up in prisons with intensive programs

SACRAMENTO Drug use behind bars appears to have increased since California started using drug-sniffing dogs and machinery to try to stop smuggling at state prisons, where overdose deaths are nearly five times the national rate, records show. Some say the testing can yield artificially high results. [...]

6/29/2016
Victoria Police officers reinstated after review of dismissals

Victoria Police officers accused of sexually harassing colleagues, having relationships with bikie gang members, taking illicit drugs and crashing their car while drink driving have been reinstated after it was found that biased and unjust disciplinary hearings led to their dismissals. Former police called for an urgent independent review of 144 internal police disciplinary hearings, in the wake of the Police Registration and Services Board making five findings in six months that indicated serious concerns about the judgments of Terry Purton, Victoria Police's dedicated hearing officer. [...]

6/29/2016
Don't Panic! Employers Should Be Able To Continue Most...

As we reported in our May 13, 2016, OSHA Update , on August 10, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration will begin enforcing its new regulation requiring employers to have a "reasonable procedure" for employees to report work-related injuries and illnesses, and not to discriminate or retaliate against employees who report such injuries or illnesses. The rationale for these new requirements is that employees should not be discouraged or punished in any way for exercising their right under the Occupational Safety and Health Act to report a work-related injury or illness. [...]