The Wolf Administration introduced opioid prescribing guidelines for workers’ compensation to help health care providers determine when opioids are appropriate for treatment of someone injured on the job.
Governor Wolf Announces New Apprenticeship Opportunities for Construction and Heavy Equipment Operation in Western PennsylvaniaJuly 16, 2018
Governor Wolf announced the approval of a grant to PA Heavy & Highway to expand its apprenticeship program to train additional workers in the fields of heavy equipment operation, construction form carpentry, and construction labor.
Governor Wolf announced today the State Board of Veterinary Medicine waived its enforcement of a 10-year automatic ban on certification for vet tech applicants with a past felony drug conviction, following his recommendation that licensing boards remove barriers to employment.
Weekly Update: Shoring up the Rainy Day Fund, Overhauling Workforce Development, Investing in ClassroomsJuly 16, 2018
Last week, Governor Tom Wolf announced a $22 million deposit into the state’s Rainy Day fund, outlined his first-of-its-kind PAsmart initiative, and highlighted investments in pre-K and higher education.
Governor Wolf Orders the Commonwealth Flag at Half-Staff to Honor Central City Mayor Woodrow W. Clapper Jr.July 12, 2018
Governor Wolf has ordered the Commonwealth flag at the Capitol Complex and at all public buildings and grounds throughout Central City to fly at half-staff to honor Mayor Woodrow “Woody” W. Clapper Jr.