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Working remotely is not an option for many businesses, so employers need to carefully devise a plan and protocols to contend with the serious risks associated with coronavirus.
Some employers are scrambling to implement COVID-19 testing or screening procedures as they reopen. These tips can help organizations avoid putting themselves at legal risk in the process.
There are several simple software solutions, wearable devices and apps that can help employers reduce the spread of COVID-19 and protect their employees.
Extended use of masks may lead to breathing issues, particularly for workers wearing them for over eight hours. But there are methods to help reduce the risk.
Technology is now inseparable from the ergonomics revolution empowering safety professionals to prevent injuries.
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?
From gathering injury statistics to wearable technologies, here’s how workplace safety has evolved in the last half-century.
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.
Always put the injured worker first and treat the whole person. That’s a best practice regardless of the state of the world.
Former collegiate basketball coach Pam Borton is helping employers fight burnout by teaching them to take an injury prevention approach to mental health.
Occupational exoskeletons present a transformational opportunity for the insurance industry to catalyze workplace safety and drive down workers’ comp costs.
In the wake of COVID-19, work-from-home is a new reality that has hit corporate America and beyond. Here are five strategies to ensure proper ergonomics.
Could workplace wearables bring privacy concerns to workers’ comp?
In the workplace, wearables are becoming more popular than ever. But in order to implement this growing technology, understanding the different types and abilities is a must.
Workers on medical marijuana are being disqualified from jobs after failing drug tests. A new California bill seeks to change that.
The growing prevalence of mental health concerns is spilling over into the realm of workplace safety and injury recovery.