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Sniffing Out Fraud in Workers’ Compensation

Do you suspect a fraudulent workers’ compensation claim at your organization? If so, that’s serious. Fraudulent claims cost busi...

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Worker Fatigue — Causes and Controls

You didn’t sleep well last night. As you drive in to work, you realize you forgot to return the coffee creamer to the fridge … and you left your cell phone on the counter. Not the end ...

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OSHA’s Proposed Rulemaking, Recordkeeping Checklist

To meet OSHA’s requirements, many employers with more than 10 employees must keep a record of serious work-related injuries and il...

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Employee Training Can Reduce Slips, Trips and Falls

Slips, trips and falls, especially during winter, cause many injuries and even deaths on the job. In fact, only motor vehicle accidents c...

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Identifying Unsafe Lifting at Your Worksite

In past issues, we’ve shared tips on safe lifting. But how can you identify which tasks are unsafe at your workplace? And are there resources that can help make your organization’s ...

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Listen Up: The Lowdown on Hearing Conservation Programs

Is noise at work a problem? You bet. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates 22 million Americans are exposed to hazardo...

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Rev Up Your Driver Safety to Reduce the Risk of Accidents

Do you follow the speed limit when you drive? You may think going a few miles over is no big deal. But speeding plays a role in nearly a ...

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Ready, set: New silica standards are almost a go

Implementation of the new standards for respirable crystalline silica for general industry is just around the corner. Need a refresher as...

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Pinnacol Pointers: Staying Safe in the Sun

Did you know that outdoor workers are up to 3.5 times more likely than indoor workers to develop skin cancer? Employees who work outdoors also are at a higher risk of experiencing heat stress, wh...

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Six Steps to Effective, Compliant Hazard Communication

Inadequate, noncompliant hazard communication can lead to worker injuries, even death. OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) en...

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