Archive for Tag: Employee Safety

12.19.19

Is it Okay to Let Employees Share a Room on a Business Trip?

When attending a work conference out of town, you may need to stay overnight. This involves finding sleeping arrangements for you and your employees. Finding a place at a price you can afford can be difficult, and you may be tempted to have your employees double up in rooms to save money. There are a few reasons why this can be […]

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08.20.19

Why You Should Make Employee Happiness a Priority

We all know that happy employees are more motivated and...
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07.02.19

Two Simple Ways to Prevent Workplace Accidents

Employee safety should always be top priority. Not only are...
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06.25.19

Is Your Forklift Certification Training Program in Compliance?

One area where many companies fail to maintain OSHA compliance...
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06.18.19

Combating Employee Fatigue

Employee fatigue is a growing problem in the work environment,...
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02.15.19

Small Businesses Can Stay Informed Using OSHA Resources

This article was written by Josh Hancey, Safety Director for...
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09.17.18

Keeping Employees Safe While Driving

This blog was written by Raul Ontiveros, Workers’ Compensation Claims Director at Helpside. From 2011 to 2016, the frequency of workers’ compensation claims that involved employees who were driving were on the rise. Increased claims mean increased cost for employers. Remember, workers’ compensation claims affect your experience modification factor and therefore your workers’ compensation insurance […]

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05.03.18

Getting to the Root of Workplace Safety Incidents

Sometimes things don’t go as planned. While most days these...
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04.12.18

Three Defensive Driving Tips That Could Save Your Employee’s Life

Many jobs require employees to drive a company vehicle. While...
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03.05.18

Make Sure Your Employees are Prepared to Handle an Active Shooter Situation

It’s a situation no one wants to have to even...
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