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Thursday morning, let the winners of the 2019 Teddy Award inspire you to build your own award-winning workers’ compensation program.
Longer hours aren’t making your workers more productive, but they could be causing dangerous fatigue.
R3 Continuum and U.S. Bank have piloted a program that works to improve behavioral health workplace reintegration.
Older workers tend to have fewer injuries, but they often take longer to recover.
For Concentra’s John Anderson, getting patients back to work after an injury is what keeps him passionate about his job.
While it can be challenging to enact drastic changes in government or organizations that are set in their ways, Rodney Escobar knows ambitious plans can yield big results.
Using AI, Susan Shemanski freed up 3/4 of her safety manager team to focus on injury prevention. The result: a stunning 47% reduction in injury severity.
A new report from NCCI found that self-driving cars could reduce workers’ comp claims costs. But many people remain afraid of the new technology.
A teleworker’s fall over a family pet highlights how questions about compensability and causation can be trickier when injuries occur off site.
A lack of product standardization, the new federal legality of some types of CBD and ever changing state regulations are just some of the issues facing the medical cannabis community.
Climate change is happening; summers are hotter, storms more volatile and outdoor working environments are changing.
Data is a great resource for improving workers’ compensation programs. At NWCDC this fall, two separate sessions will help you figure out which metrics deserve your attention.
Managing the pervasive risk of fatigue takes a layered approach that includes leveraging data, replacing outdated processes and procedures and promoting a culture of wellness.
When we talk about dangerous jobs, most people thinking about police, firefighters, fishermen or construction workers. But there’s another amongst the fastest growing category of high-risk jobs.
This fall at NWCDC, employers can learn more about implementing a post-offer screening process without risking a breach of federal anti-discrimination laws.
The insurance markets are responding to the waves of active shooter violence and are attempting to tailor appropriate products.
As attacks on solo employees gain media attention, companies are offering solutions that can protect employees and give them the peace of mind they need.
The opioid problem has reached epidemic proportions, affecting 40% of Americans in some way and costing businesses $26 billion to $54 billion per year in lost productivity.
Pro-gamers and office computer users have more in common than you’d think — at least in their injury risk profiles. One surgeon is sharing tools that will help them both.
Determining when an employee took cannabis and to what degree they are impaired are challenges for employers and public safety agencies alike.