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Occupational exoskeletons present a transformational opportunity for the insurance industry to catalyze workplace safety and drive down workers’ comp costs.
Devising and communicating training programs in the hazardous timber industry has substantially reduced injuries.
As hiring growth begins to outpace claims volume growth, what will that mean for claims management organizations?
To improve employee health and impact the bottom line, employers should consider a multi-step approach to workplace wellness.
Those holding down two or more jobs face a substantially increased risk of workplace injury.
Two employee injuries at the same company produce two very different outcomes.
Organizations must work harder to protect injured employees from the destruction opioids can wreak.
A day-to-day risk management culture requires collaboration at all levels of the organization.
Transportation accidents cause more severe injuries and workplace fatalities than any other event.
The most effective mitigation strategy is one that addresses existing claims and medical costs while simultaneously striving to prevent new injuries or catch them early.
Mitigating safety risks while accommodating the public and special events organizers can be challenging.
American workers increasingly report feeling stressed, a condition that can erode safety and drive injuries.
Workplace shoulder injuries are challenging workers’ comp payers, especially as the nation’s workforce ages.
Workplace modifications can speed return to work for injured, aging employees.
Oil and gas extraction operations are coming under scrutiny because of the acute toxicity of chemicals found in volatile hydrocarbons.
In getting safety program funding, an actuary is a risk manager’s ally.
Why staffing agencies — and their clients — need to step up safety training.
New workers are more likely to suffer heat related illnesses, but simple tips can ensure safety this summer.
Amusement parks must balance the desires of customers and the need for safety measures.
The demand for energy drinks is sparking increased focus on safety and liability issues.
OSHA is cracking down on employers suspected of violating whistleblower protection provisions.