In Redmond Industries v. Lang, 326 OR 32 (Sup. Ct. Or. 1997), the Oregon Supreme

In Redmond Industries v. Lang, 326 OR 32 (Sup. Ct. Or. 1997), the Oregon Supreme Court held that a an injury was work related when one worker assaulted another after both participated in an exchange of racial epithets. The basis for this finding was that there was no evidence of off-the-job friction between the two men. The court held that just being in the workplace carried a risk that another employee might lose his or her temper and cause injury, and that this neutral risk was enough to qualify the injured employee for worker’s compensation. Assume that this is the law and discuss what practical arrangements you, as an employer, might set up in the workplace to minimize the chances of such injuries. http://www.lowerworkerscomprates.com/case_studies_workers_compensation.htm
As an employer in the workplace to minimize the chances of injuries we would setup theWorkers’ compensation plan. Workers compensation is a form of insurance that providescompensation and medical…

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