Workers’ Compensation

Qualifying Helpside clients have access to a unique workers’ compensation plan that offers:

  • Reduced costs
  • Reduced administration
  • Flattened cash flow
  • High liability limits
  • Experts with over 15 years of experience working with small businesses to reduce claims
  • Coordination of services (payroll, benefits and HR)

Employee Safety

Clients also have access to our experienced safety professionals who will work to understand your needs and priorities and help implement key aspects of your safety program.

  • Certified Safety Professional on staff to consult and answer all your safety questions
  • Online and in-person training options including forklift, first aid and CPR, and OSHA. 10 and 30 training courses
  • Learning Management System (LMS) to schedule and monitor employee training progress
  • Access to hundreds of videos, training PowerPoints, Toolbox Talks, and other training documents

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Work Comp and Safety Services

What Makes Helpside’s Work Comp Claims Management Different?

We know how important your business is to you and it’s important to us too. Helpside offers the workers’ compensation claims management solutions you need to ensure your employees are taken care of and your company is protected.

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Justin Rowley

VP Risk Management

Justin manages Helpside’s unique workers’ compensation program, which allows small and medium-sized businesses to access coverage at an affordable cost that is usually only available to large corporations. His expertise and over 20 years of experience in the risk management industry allowed him to serve as the President and a board member of the Utah chapter of the Risk & Insurance Management Society (RiMS). With an MBA from University of Utah, Justin understands and helps clients overcome risk management challenges with practical solutions.

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Josh Hancey

Safety Director

Josh has more than a decade of experience in safety and human resources at companies like Vivint Solar and Intermountain Healthcare. Josh also has an MBA from Westminster College. He also has over 12 years of experience in the construction industry and holds several certifications in both safety and human resources. As Safety Director at Helpside, Josh assists hundreds of companies each year with developing safety programs that are cost-effective and get employees home to their families after each shift.

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Recent Risk Management Blogs

New OSHA COVID-19 Safety Guidelines

In January 2021, OSHA released new guidelines for handing COVID-19. These guidelines cover several different areas of potential risk and advise business leaders and employees on how to reduce those risks. Here are some of the new guidelines covered by OSHA…



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Encouraging Employees to Report Near Miss Incidents to Improve Workplace Safety

For every accident that occurs in the workplace, there are just as many, if not more, close calls. Maybe a co-worker was pulled aside just in time to avoid burns from a piece of industrial equipment. Or, perhaps a forklift tipped over in the middle of a job and the worker using it was able to walk away unscathed. Situations like these are commonplace at just about every business and are referred to as near misses…


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Four Ways Managers Can Encourage Employee Safety

A safe work environment saves companies money, allows for more productivity, and greater employee engagement. Programs and posters are great to promote safety, but managers’ actions at work has more impact on employees’ actions in relation to safety. For example, if the leaders of a company show no interest in safety, employees are more likely to show no interest as well. Here are a few things the leaders in your organization can do to encourage your employees to be more safe…

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The Two Most Common Workplace Injury Types and How to Prevent Them

Knowledge is power, and understanding your company’s risk is essential in protecting your business. Like with many things in life, awareness is often half the battle. Knowing and understanding the most common types of injuries can help businesses better prepare and take the necessary measures to prevent injuries from occurring. Two of the most common workplace injury types are musculoskeletal disorders and slip, trips, and falls. Combined, these two injury types account for approximately 50% of all work-related injuries…


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