When the pressure-treating process was first introduced in the s, wood was treated using arsenic, a chemical that is very hazardous to those who come in contact with it. Over the years, laws have been passed that forbid the use of arsenic in the pressure-treating process, and that chemical has been replaced with alternatives that are far less toxic. Still, the coatings that are used today might present certain risks to consumers. Heat-treating achieves the same result as pressure-treating, but it does so without the use of chemicals.
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The employee contends the offer of selective employment was not bona fide and his refusal to accept was justified. Finding no error, we affirm. On appeal, we view the evidence and all reasonable inferences deducible from it in the light most favorable to the prevailing party below.
The factual findings by the commission that are supported by credible evidence are conclusive and binding upon this Court. The employer is a national company that leases drivers to trucking companies.
The employee suffered a compensable injury to his back while working as a truck driver for the employer on November 19, The employer compensated the employee for temporary total disability benefits. The employee was released to restricted work June 6, Together they found a "QAT supervisor" position for which the employee was suited.
The employer used the term, "QAT supervisor," as its internal designation of the customer site at which its supervisor worked.
By letter dated July 27,Beck offered the "QAT supervisor" position to the employee and advised him to contact Pauley for his "work assignment and reporting details.
Shortly after his injury inthe employee was convicted of larceny of skids owned by QAT. The employee contends the employer offered him a job they knew he could not accept. The commission affirmed that decision.
See American Furniture Co. Beck testified that the employer had four other employees working as supervisors of its drivers at the QAT site. An employee has not been entitled to compensation benefits when his refusal is based upon willful conduct after the work injury, and not his physical disabilities related to the injury.
City of Clifton Forge, 9 Va. See Marval Poultry Co. After his injury, the employee was convicted of stealing from QAT and barred from its premises. Beck was unaware of the restraining order. The employee, not the employer, was responsible for the wage loss "properly attributable to his wrongful act rather than his disability.
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