Employers Resource

Light Duty or Modified Duty Works for Employers and Employees

Workers' compensation claims get more expensive every year. With new state-level regulations that protect employees, and the wariness of workers' compensation providers to take on risk, costs and confusion are rising for employers. But return-to-work programs are still a great option to reduce exposure. This article (updated for 2019) offers...

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5 ways to stop distracted driving among employees

5 Ways to Stop Distracted Driving Among Employees

As a Safety Guy, my job has made me a road warrior for the last thirty years or so. I routinely log over 70,000 miles annually visiting our great clients. I thought I had seen everything that could occur while driving down the freeway. However, my list got a little...

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how to avoid osha compliance scams

How to Avoid OSHA Compliance “Scams”

Small business owners often find themselves in a pickle when a new OSHA regulation is enacted. Chances are that unless you are connected to a source that can supply you with the simple facts about exactly what the new rules cover and how they affect your business, you are definitely...

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The 10 Most Common OSHA Violations in 2017

The 10 Most Common OSHA Violations in 2017

Each year about this time our friends at OSHA make a list of the most common violations of OSHA standard for the previous year. Each year I get the list and shake my head in wonder as I see the same common OSHA violations over and over. For as long...

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The Importance of New Hire Safety Orientation

  According to Business and Legal Reports, there are 7 reasons new hires are injured early-on in their employment. Your risk is high, especially with new hires. And that is why it is so important to have an effective new hire safety orientation plan. 7 Reasons New Hires Are Injured...

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