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The Remarkable Stories of the 2023 Teddy Award Winners Champion Excellence in Workers’ Compensation
A look back at every Teddy Award-winning organization, dating back to the program’s inception in 1994.
PCSI’s dedication to its workers with disabilities has earned it a 2023 Teddy Award Program of Distinction designation.
Health Care Facilities of Missouri shored up its workers’ comp program at the right time, allowing it to not just weather the pandemic, but achieve exceptional gains.
Another year brings us another set of exceptional workers’ compensation programs to honor and emulate.
After a merger with Tyco International in 2016, Johnson Controls leveraged its workers’ compensation program, emphasizing strong communication and collaboration.
Communication and collaboration are what keeps TruGreen’s award-winning workers’ comp program purring like a top-of-the-line lawn tractor.
After initially struggling to gain traction, the district’s fitness program drew in employees through incentives and social activities until participation became its own reward.
With its proactive injury prevention and recovery strategies, UMASS Memorial Health has improved working conditions and secured a 2023 Teddy Award.
Rooted in empathy and compassion, this dedicated workers’ comp team has delivered better care for workers and cost savings for the organization.
To increase employee safety in the workplace, South Bay Wire and Cable Company implemented an incentives program that achieved massive results.
When Quad began to rethink its ergonomics program in 2017, little did it know hiring industrial athletic trainers would boost morale, lead to less severe on-the-job injuries, and win them a 2022 Teddy Award to boot.
Despite federal laws that limit transparency and control of care for its injured employees, BNSF Railway seeks strategic opportunities for safety engagement and improved outcomes.
With its workers’ compensation program at a crossroads, The Elwyn Foundation incorporated its company pillars to overhaul its approach to work injuries.
AGCO Corp.’s Jackson operations transformed their workers’ comp program, earning the organization a 2022 Teddy Award.
INTEGRIS Health earns its second Teddy Award in recognition of how it has continually improved its workers’ comp and safety programs.
Congratulations to Risk & Insurance’s 2022 Teddy Award winners, exemplifying excellence in workers’ compensation and injury prevention.
Details of the successful workers’ comp program include a predictive modeling tool, an embedded claims advocate and an enhanced return-to-work program.
After working with outside vendors for many years, Phifer decided four years ago to create an in-house clinic and physical therapy center.
General Mills has gone above and beyond in advocating for its injured workers, earning the company a 2021 Teddy Award.