From office ergonomics and warehouse safety to avoiding winter slips and falls, our resources to help employers maintain safe and healthy workplaces covered a lot of ground in 2018. We also addressed what employers should know about PTSD and concussion claims, while our most popular post shared sample policies employers can use to protect their workers while driving.
In case you missed them the first time around, or would simply like a refresher on the best tips of the year, here are the most-viewed safety, claims and wellness blog posts from SFM in 2018.
Reporting and recordkeeping can be confusing at times, especially with the differences between OSHA and workers’ compensation.
Winter slips and falls are one of the most common causes of workplace injuries. They can happen at any workplace, to any employee, and they can lead to serious injuries.
If you want to lower your workers’ compensation premium, it’s worth learning about a little number called your e-mod, or experience modification factor.
What can you do to keep your employees safe and your organization functioning when dangerously bad weather hits? The first step is to have a plan.
This U.S. Chamber of Commerce report makes the case for the business value of workplace wellness programs and provides guidance on running an effective one.
If you have employees who drive as part of their jobs, your driving policy should address cell phone use. Here are a few examples of policies you can draw from.