A successful modified duty program can have both financial and personnel advantages. It should be recognized as an opportunity and not as a punitive measure, viewed by all parties as a business practice (not an event) – and it must be planned for. Download resource: VIEW PDF
The behaviors and actions displayed by supervisory and management personnel in response to a workplace injury can have a significant impact on both the cost and duration of a claim. Download resource: VIEW PDF
The very tool that makes a job easy and efficient may one day be the cause of a tragic accident. It is good to be reminded of common-sense safety practices. Download resource: VIEW PDF
Download this resource designed specifically to help remote teams stay mindful of seasonal risks. Download resource: VIEW PDF
Best practices for reducing the audit risk of uninsured subcontractors. Click here to view the document.
The opportunity to hire new workers can be an exciting time for any company, offering the potential to add someone with new skills or fill a vacated position. Before getting started, it’s important to plan and prioritize safety discussions pre- and post-hire. Use this tip sheet to help you prepare. Download resource: VIEW PDF
Follow the setup best practices in this tip sheet to help tailor your workspace to your needs.
Being conscious of ladder safety is one way to prevent workplace accidents and keep workers safe on the job. Portable ladders are one of the handiest, simplest tools available to perform a variety of tasks. While they seem like simple tools to use, planning and care are critical to using them safely. Each year in […]
We compiled a list of frequently asked questions that delve a bit deeper into the program to help employees better understand how to utilize TeleCompCare®, what happens during a visit, and how information is shared with the employer and insurance carrier to ensure proper handling of the claim. Download resource: VIEW PDF
Approximately 4.5 million dog bites occur each year in the United States, with nearly 20% requiring medical attention. To help mitigate the risk of dog bites, it is important to understand why dogs may bite, how to minimize contact and how to care for a wound if bitten.
Workplace fires and explosions kill hundreds and injure thousands of workers each year. Fire extinguishers can save lives by putting out a small fire or controlling it until the fire department arrives, but different types of fire extinguishers fight different types of fire. The information in this document will help ensure your business is prepared. […]
Wearing protective gloves helps to prevent contamination and the spread of disease. It is important to know how to properly remove gloves to keep contaminants sealed inside and off of your hands. Follow these steps to safely remove gloves.
Find tips for restaurant, retail and service workers operating pick-up, carry out or delivery operations — including information on preventing virus spread.
A remote work site is an extension of the company office and should be reasonably safe and secure in order to prevent employee injuries. The following resources and tips can help assess the overall safety of the remote work location.
Use the following safety tips whenever dealing with scaffolding on the job.
- Guide to Establishing a Modified Duty Program: A Business Practice
- Modified Duty – Supervisor Responsibilities
- Tips for Portable Power Tools
- WalkS.A.F.E. Winter Safety Tip Sheet for Remote Workers
- Reduce Uninsured Subcontractors’ Audit Risk
- Hiring for Safety Tip Sheet
- Best Practices for an Ergo Office Setup
- Ladder Safety Tip Sheet
- TeleCompCare® FAQ
- Safety Tips – Risk Management for Dog Bites
- Portable Fire Extinguisher Safety Tip Sheet
- Steps to Remove Gloves Safely
- Pick-up and Delivery Safety Tip Sheet
- Remote Worker Safety Tip Sheet
- Scaffold Safety Tips