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Half of Business Floors Too Slick, Pose Slip Risk: Study

Half of Business Floors Too Slick, Pose Slip Risk: Study

Despite many businesses taking measures to reduce the chances of one of the most common workplace injuries – slip and fall incidents – nearly half of workplace floors fail to meet safety criteria, according to a new study. While well-intentioned employers may take...
New Law Reduces Ownership Requirement for Coverage Exemption

New Law Reduces Ownership Requirement for Coverage Exemption

A new law taking effect this year aims to ease the confusion caused by the implementation of new rules that define what constitutes an owner or officer who is exempt from having to carry workers’ comp coverage. The new law, which was in the form of SB 189, last year...
10 Tips for Preventing Laptop and Mobile Device Theft

10 Tips for Preventing Laptop and Mobile Device Theft

For many people, the theft or loss of even a single laptop computer, cell phone or tablet can be devastating – unless you take some common-sense measures to mitigate the damage ahead of time. It’s not just the cost of the lost device itself. If there is...
How Employers Can Fight the High Cost of Diabetes

How Employers Can Fight the High Cost of Diabetes

Diabetes is a devastating illness – and not just for those with the disease. Employers are also shouldering massive and increasing direct and indirect costs due to diabetes. Diabetes afflicts more than 11% of the adult population, including about 6.3% of full-time...
Identify Risk-Takers to Prevent Costly Workplace Injuries

Identify Risk-Takers to Prevent Costly Workplace Injuries

Some employees are happy to take chances when it comes to safety. They take needless risks in an effort to save time or cut their workload. In reality, all they’re doing is subjecting themselves and others to hazards that could cause a serious injury. Workers...