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A myriad of state and local laws and abrupt shifts from one administration to the next are creating challenges for employers trying to stay on top of it all.
The transition back to the office has been challenging enough. Making sure employees are set up to avoid injury need not add to the complexity.
A host of issues faces employers that are trying to keep their workers safe and productive. The National Ergo Conference and ErgoExpo convenes in Las Vegas this Nov. 2-4 with that focus top of mind.
The City of Philadelphia cut costs while doubling down on employee safety and investing in top-quality care for injured workers, earning its second Teddy Award in the process.
Contractor management platforms and remote training are two of the ways that technology is strengthening safety performance in the aerospace industry.
By doubling down on company culture, JetBlue reduced its total incurred loss by almost 60% in five years.
Truck driving often means shift work, which allows for drowsy driving and can lead to more crashes and injuries for workers and others on the road.
A recent study by the Institute of Labor Economics highlights the correlation between rising temperatures and worker injuries in California.
After a gunman killed nine employees, the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority could face multiple workers’ compensation claims.
Employees want remote work to continue. Here’s how to make their safety a priority.
The team at Saint Peter’s Health Care System revamped its workers’ comp program to great success — reducing injuries by 58% in four years.
There are several strategies employers can put in place to gain employee buy-in when it comes to wearables in the workplace.
Houston Medical Health Care System required its employees to be vaccinated for COVID-19 in March. By May, several employees filed suit against the hospital.
By issuing an emergency temporary standard so late in the pandemic, OSHA is causing speculation that will change infectious disease safety protocol for years to come.
Cyber security, physical safety and mental health are key to keeping your business safe and your employees productive.
For the fourth straight year, the e-commerce giant has reported higher injury rates for warehouse workers than their industry peers.
COVID-19 mentally exhausted already strained health care professionals. Here’s how we can build up the mental health of health care providers post pandemic.
OSHA is coming closer to issuing an emergency temporary standard for COVID-19. Here’s what employers need to know.
The holistic approach offered by the Total Worker Health structure will become critical as we enter a time of higher ergonomic risks.
After an employee dies due to an asbestos-related illness, one employer and its insurer face a lawsuit from the surviving family.