Archive for Tag: Workers’ Comp


Office Ergonomics Keep Employees Safe and Healthy

The key to preventing work-related neck and back injuries is to evaluate your employees’ workstations and make sure it is ergonomically correct and promotes good posture. What is ergonomics? Ergonomics is the study of the relationship between people, their work, and their environments. The goal of an ergonomically correct workstation is to help the body […]

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Small Businesses Can Stay Informed Using OSHA Resources

This article was written by Josh Hancey, Safety Director for...
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The Two Most Common Workplace Injury Types and How to Prevent Them

This post was written by Josh Hancey, Safety Director and...
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Would You Know What to Do If OSHA Came Today?

One of the best ways to avoid paying fines for...
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Getting to the Root of Workplace Safety Incidents

Sometimes things don’t go as planned. While most days these...
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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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Keeping Office Employees Safe

If you are an employer with mostly white-collar employees, who stay in the office most of the day, it can be easy to forget about employee safety. Do you ever see a utility worker on top of a telephone pole or a construction worker balancing on a steel beam high above you, and think that […]

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OSHA Announces Final Rule on Electronic Reporting

This blog was written by Raul Ontiveros, Workers’ Compensation Claims...
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Safe Practices at Home Lead to Safer Workplaces

Utah Safety Week starts today and this week we will be...
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