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The 2023 Risk All Stars demonstrate that human beings gifted with broad enough shoulders can make all the difference in a risk management program.
Capturing more precise data can help predict potential losses. Here’s how companies in wildfire risk and worker safety are doing just that.
As the use of different types of workers’ compensation technology increases, the insurance industry could help facilitate how future generations of workers are protected.
New technologies can improve workflows, allowing fewer radiologists to read scans more quickly.
Cargill aims to demonstrate at National Comp 2023 that addressing musculoskeletal concerns early in a claim is vital for positive outcomes.
Occupational health professionals are there to support employers and employees during all stages of the process, from pre-hire to injury recovery.
Although they make up the single largest classification of work-related injuries, with proper commitment, employers can continue to make improvement in MSD injury rates.
National Construction Safety Week is in May. Here’s how incorporating mindfulness can help construction workers stay physically and mentally safer.
Data-capturing technology can help management teams evaluate the safety of nearly every workplace and, in the process, predict and prevent worker injuries.
The Aon broker talks about technology’s impact on worker ergonomics, the pandemic’s long-term effects and other trends to watch in the workers’ compensation space.
One bad claim can negatively impact a company’s reputation.
The Hanover’s Frank Baron breaks down his career, details today’s biggest risk and gives insight on how technology helps clients.
A lot can happen in 25 years.
A recent survey conducted by Marsh looked at the risks currently facing the restaurant industry, which specialty coverages the industry is in need of and more.
Although hybrid work arrangements are welcome by many, the impact on worker health and productivity will remain a subject for study and analysis.
Technology is changing the scope of treatment plans and helping to keep employees safer by stopping injuries before they happen.
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.
Like many industries, one work injury risk for the cannabis industry is struggling to find qualified drivers, which creates safety issues.
Agents matter a whole lot. And having a larger, deeper relationship with those that understand us and are selling what we have to offer is essential.
Pete Miller, CEO of The Institutes, shares why placing people first is a key part of his management philosophy.