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Pinnacle’s Jim Cunningham, a 2018 Risk All Star winner, displayed a persistent, pragmatic approach to controlling losses.
Employers and insurers are engaging workers in OSHA’s National Safety Stand-Down to help curb serious fall risk in the construction trades.
The decline of opioids is encouraging, but increased positive tests in methamphetamine and cocaine should be seen as a wake-up call for public safety.
Overexertion, same-level falls and falls to a lower level top the list.
The latest workers’ comp court decisions on cannabis reimbursement, safety criteria in hiring practices, attorney fees, interstate claims and more.
Robot co-workers may bridge talent shortfalls and improve productivity, but only if manufacturers anticipate the risks.
New advancements in tribometry are advancing the art and science of slips and falls prevention.
Poor governance distracts from important issues like opioids, the potential creation of infrastructure, jobs and health care.
With more jobs utilizing technology advancements, manufacturing turns to cobots to help ease talent gaps.
Educating injured workers provides them with a sense of control over their care and their recovery.
Protective gear sized for men puts women at risk for injury in construction and many other trades.
A new Constructech ecosystem of wearable devices, sensors, virtual reality and drones will enable smarter and safer structures.
Automation may help companies prevent common injuries, but it’s not time to ease diligence on safety.
For the fourth year running, the magazine’s edit team wins an award for its coverage of emerging risks.
Comp payers need to do the right thing in helping PTSD sufferers.
Homicides and suicides in U.S. workplaces are increasing year over year.
Nurse case managers act as a resource of knowledge, assistance and support for injured workers and everyone involved in their care.
Being willing to ‘fail small’ can help organizations achieve greater success within workers’ compensation programs, and beyond.
A block of driving time split between personal and professional errands creates confusion about whether injuries occurred in the course and scope of employment.
Where air ambulances are concerned, health care regulation is at odds with aviation regulation, creating a dispute over rates.
Multiple points of exposure within the workers’ compensation industry make it challenging to ensure the security of patient information.