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No hotels, no airfare, just great content. National Comp is gearing up to present an engaging lineup this October and throughout the year. Find out more and register for free.
Here’s everything attendees need to know about the upcoming virtual conference.
These short videos offer ergonomics tips remote employees will actually use.
Necessity is the mother of all invention. That’s how the NYPD inspired Ford to build a self-sanitizing mode for police SUVs.
Clear communication about new workplace policies can help businesses protect workers’ health while respecting their right to privacy.
As businesses reopen and workers’ comp compensability laws proliferate, employers have their hands full staying in compliance with a myriad of rules for keeping workers safe.`
California’s new presumption law will enable all workers to file for workers’ comp if they believe they’ve contracted COVID-19 at work. What will this mean for the WC industry?
The latest court decisions involving risk management and the insurance industry.
From gathering injury statistics to wearable technologies, here’s how workplace safety has evolved in the last half-century.
There’s never been a greater need for the workers’ comp industry to come together and share its strength. Find out more about our conference plans for 2020.
Coronavirus isn’t the only illness employers need to fear when they return to the office. Stagnant plumbing systems make Legionnaires’ Disease a top concern.
Return-to-work delays, physical pain and treatment non-adherence are all in play when an injured worker has PTSD.
As hospitals focus on fighting COVID-19, many other types of care and procedures have been suspended. How will that affect workers’ comp?
Mental health components to a claim may send adjusters spiraling. Debunking these myths will help them better care for injured workers and cut back on claims costs.
Workers’ comp entered 2020 from a position of strength, but the pandemic and an economic downturn present challenge.
Older workers may be more vulnerable, but their experience is indispensable, which is why it’s important to protect them with ergonomics.
New technologies and medical innovations are coming. Is workers’ comp ready?
Due to physical inactivity in quarantine, workers may not be used to the level of physical activity they previously engaged in while on the job.
Teaching employees proper body mechanics can help prevent injuries and reduce musculoskeletal risk.
As we shift to working remotely, Zoom fatigue and other conditions illustrate the toll tech takes on our bodies.
This year’s Mental Health Month is like no other. The coronavirus pandemic, the stay-at-home directives and the economic downturn has had an impact on everyone’s mental health.