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Verbal warning doesn't rise to level of "rule" for comp (access required)

Although a new employee was warned verbally during training not to place her hand in a cardboard cutting machine, the admonition was not a safety "rule" whose willful violation would bar workers' compensation benefits, the Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission has ruled. A dissenting commissioner found that the admonition did rise to the level of a rule ...

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