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The growing prevalence of mental health concerns is spilling over into the realm of workplace safety and injury recovery.
As the weather gets colder and storms set in, here’s how you can protect your workers from the cold.
AmTrust’s Retail Risk Report dives into the types of injuries that are impacting the industry.
Burnout, which can cause employees to become distracted and feel lethargic, can create workplace safety issues.
While safety efforts have been dedicated to preventing falls or crushing injuries, more can be done to prevent these five common work injuries.
These jobs don’t appear risky, but BLS data shows that workers in this sector are getting injured more frequently than those on the factory floor.
Baby boomers are expected to place greater demands on both the group health and workers’ comp industries due to comorbidities associated with advanced age.
Data has linked MSDs to opioid overdoses. But there may be hope yet: implementing proper ergonomic practices.
Thursday morning, let the winners of the 2019 Teddy Award inspire you to build your own award-winning workers’ compensation program.
Longer hours aren’t making your workers more productive, but they could be causing dangerous fatigue.
R3 Continuum and U.S. Bank have piloted a program that works to improve behavioral health workplace reintegration.
Older workers tend to have fewer injuries, but they often take longer to recover.
For Concentra’s John Anderson, getting patients back to work after an injury is what keeps him passionate about his job.
While it can be challenging to enact drastic changes in government or organizations that are set in their ways, Rodney Escobar knows ambitious plans can yield big results.
Using AI, Susan Shemanski freed up 3/4 of her safety manager team to focus on injury prevention. The result: a stunning 47% reduction in injury severity.
A new report from NCCI found that self-driving cars could reduce workers’ comp claims costs. But many people remain afraid of the new technology.
A teleworker’s fall over a family pet highlights how questions about compensability and causation can be trickier when injuries occur off site.
A lack of product standardization, the new federal legality of some types of CBD and ever changing state regulations are just some of the issues facing the medical cannabis community.
Climate change is happening; summers are hotter, storms more volatile and outdoor working environments are changing.
Data is a great resource for improving workers’ compensation programs. At NWCDC this fall, two separate sessions will help you figure out which metrics deserve your attention.