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Industries with higher rates of soft tissue injury can help better protect workers with ergonomic sensors. A recent pilot program with five companies demonstrates compelling benefits.
The ACA contains whistleblower protection provisions that could spark an increase in claims filed with OSHA, the EEOC and the DOL.
As the GL insurance cycle flattens, risk managers, brokers and insurers dig deeper to manage program costs.
Planning the Left Coast Lifter’s complex voyage demands a specialized team of professionals.
Inaugural Women in Workers’ Compensation (WiWC) Forum focuses on advancing more women into top leadership roles.
A roundtable in Philadelphia explores the power of technology in WC and its potential to take us where we have never been before.
Managing today’s complex energy risks requires that insurers match the industry’s dedication and expertise.
Effective monitoring strategies can help curb nonadherence and its impact on patients and payers.
Innovative analytics tools provide better, more actionable data for improved opioid management.
Clinical intervention strategies must evolve to accommodate the complexities of patient management.
The underwriting of construction risk is undergoing a drastic change, one that may take many years to resolve.
Having a holistic, comprehensive strategy is critical in the ongoing battle to control medical care costs.
A risk management professional constructed a versatile system that he can really believe in.
The motor fleet segment is seeing expansion, bringing with it a new set of exposures.
Resurgence in the U.S. energy industry comes with unexpected risks and calls for a new approach.
An ever-changing healthcare landscape keeps workers comp managers on their toes.
Addressing the key challenges of global premium allocation is critical for all parties.
Risk engineers help stay ahead of emerging risks by working directly with underwriters and insureds.
Contractors should consider many factors when building a multinational insurance program.
Chris Thorn of Southwest Airlines got creative with his risk management program. Now, the sky’s the limit.
Civil construction projects provide utility and also help define who we are. So when it comes to managing project risk, it’s critical to get it right.