While on-the-job injuries are the focus of many an effort to control rising claims costs, it’s just as important to address preventable chronic conditions.
OSHA inspections may increase this year, but that shouldn’t be cause for alarm in organizations that prioritize worker safety.
Musculoskeletal injuries are a major cost-driver in workers’ comp. New digital tools can improve claims outcomes and prevent injuries from occurring.
New employees are disproportionately likely to sustain an injury on the job, so extra care and attention during their first year on the job can produce an outsized impact.
This National Comp session discussed how employers can best equip their workers to lessen the frequency of neck and back injuries.
Getting a pulse on differences in employee perspectives around mental health could improve psychological safety in your organization.
To increase employee safety in the workplace, South Bay Wire and Cable Company implemented an incentives program that achieved massive results.
Companies are tasked with keeping all workers safe. Prioritizing contractor safety protocols can help.
As Gen Z enters the workforce, managers must prepare to help them face common training challenges encountered by young workers as well as factors that are unique to their generation.
A session at National Comp 2022 discussed the many safety benefits of wearable technology and other innovations in keeping employees safe.
This National Comp session on mental health in workers’ comp promises an immersive experience like no other.
When Quad began to rethink its ergonomics program in 2017, little did it know hiring industrial athletic trainers would boost morale, lead to less severe on-the-job injuries, and win them a 2022 Teddy Award to boot.
Workplace injuries can occur when a worker is on the road. What workers’ comp pros need to know.
ADHD in adults can impact workplace productivity, but also safety. Here’s what employers should watch for and understand about how to support their teams.
AGCO Corp.’s Jackson operations transformed their workers’ comp program, earning the organization a 2022 Teddy Award.
Attorney Megan Jones shares her top advice for getting ahead of injury claims in the new remote and hybrid work environment.
Dr. Casey Chosewood has dedicated much of his career to the concept of Total Worker Health® to enhance workplace safety efforts. He has a lot to share at National Comp this October.
Rehrig Pacific Company shares key secrets to its success in reducing employee musculoskeletal injuries by 86%.
Risk manager Ben Evans’ prioritization of safety during UPenn’s Pavilion project earned him a 2022 Risk All Star award.
INTEGRIS Health earns its second Teddy Award in recognition of how it has continually improved its workers’ comp and safety programs.