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Here are the top lessons workers’ comp pros have learned about COVID-19, its impact on the workplace and on how to help employees get back to work after illness.
Researchers estimate that workplace exposure is the source of up to 6 percent of all cancers worldwide.
Talent shortages and bidding wars undermine a construction company’s ability to stay competitive.
Respect and positive feedback are the basis of the behavior-based safety concept.
Industry looks for solutions to sudden rise in miner deaths.
Questions linger about whether workplace exposure is responsible for high incidence of cancer and birth defects.
Lawmakers seek to update rules on occupational heat exposure.
NIOSH offers new tool to help safety and health professionals understand workers’ comp insurance and recordkeeping.
New regulatory updates consider the best interests of both workers and employers.
NIOSH is focused on creating a safer workplace for nanotechnology workers worldwide.
Guidance for proposing speakers and topics to present at the national conference.
Programs to decrease prolonged sitting during the day could reduce workers’ comp claims.
Recent cases have prompted a national initiative to find solution for protecting the needs and rights of temporary workers.
National workplace injury rates are on a slow but steady decline.
A stroke can be considered a compensable injury in certain circumstances.
Injury rates are coming down but workers’ comp premiums have yet to budge.
Eco-friendly designs can pose substantial risks to firefighters.
Our Teddy Award winners in 2013 raised the bar yet again.
Public safety employees face higher risk, but tend to flout safety rules.
The crop of 2013 Teddy Award winners have been creative in advancing worker safety.
Have the construction slowdown and other issues increased exposures?