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    If you or someone you know works in the construction, industrial, government, or service fields, you probably have protective footwear requirements. Wearing the right safety shoes for each specific job reduces workplace injuries. Each year, the U.S. workforce suffers 100,000 occupational foot injuries, causing an average of 10 days of missed work for each injury… Read More

    Watch out for a telephone scam aimed at individuals receiving Social Security Disability (SSD)benefits. The calls targeting SSD recipients claim that their accounts have been hacked and that their Social Security assets are frozen. The callers identified themselves as from the Social Security Administration and stated that there had been illegal or suspicious activity with… Read More

    Is your teen scouting the job market for that all-important summer job? Probably the last thing on their mind is workplace safety, but it should be an important consideration for anyone when choosing a job. Teen workers are twice as likely to experience a job-related injurythan older workers, according to the National Institute for Occupational… Read More

    The newly signed federal budget actually increases the administrative funding for the Social Security Administration (SSA). And that’s a good thing. Years of budget cuts have left the SSA short of staff, with the shortfall affecting the customer service toll-free line. The average call wait time is 30 minutes with some callers being put on… Read More

    In an effort to prevent fraud and identity theft, the Social Security Administration (SSA) is replacing Medicarecards for all beneficiaries, including many of those receiving Social Security Disability (SSDI)benefits. The new cards will not display the beneficiary’s Social Security number. Instead, each card will have a randomly assigned Medicare Beneficiary Identifier composed of 11 letters and… Read More

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