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Injury & Illness Prevention Programs (I2P2) and What it Means for your Organization – Part 2

Injury & Illness Prevention Programs (I2P2) and What it Means for your Organization – Part 2

In our last installment, we discussed OSHA’s release of the Injury and Illness Prevention Program (I2P2) white paper. In this episode, we will focus on ways to achieve an I2P2 that will be compliant and bring successful results. In the…

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Injury & Illness Prevention Programs (I2P2) and What it Means for your Organization – Part 1

Injury & Illness Prevention Programs (I2P2) and What it Means for your Organization – Part 1

The Injury and Illness Prevention Program (I2P2) White Paper has been released by OSHA. This document, released in January of this year, helps to better define the outlined program. The overall goal for this type of program is to substantially…

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InjuryFree President/CEO to Present at NSC Texas

InjuryFree President/CEO to Present at NSC Texas

Trent Shuford, President and CEO of InjuryFree, Inc., will be heading to Galveston, TX for the 2012 NSC Texas Safety Conference & Expo (TSCE) taking place March 19-20, 2012 at the San Luis Resort Spa and Conference Center. Shuford, who…

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Shuford to Deliver Two Presentations at Indiana Safety and Health Conference

Shuford to Deliver Two Presentations at Indiana Safety and Health Conference

InjuryFree President/CEO Trent Shuford is heading to the Indianapolis Marriott East in Indianapolis, IN from March 12-14 for the 2012 Indiana Safety and Health Conference & Expo. He will be giving two presentations at the conference: “Four Key Components to…

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Planning for Safety in 2012

Planning for Safety in 2012

Now that the holidays are over, most companies are entering 2012 with specific goals in mind, particularly in the realm of employee health and safety. Coincidentally, we are also nearing Americans’ ever-popular self-improvement period in which many will be making…

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Wacky Workers’ Compensation Cases

Wacky Workers’ Compensation Cases

The reason that television shows such as America’s Funniest Home Videos exist is because as human beings, we sometimes make some of the silliest mistakes. While these situations on-screen may have you rolling in laughter in your living room at…

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Returning to Work in a Down Economy

Returning to Work in a Down Economy

The process of returning to work from an injury can be a difficult journey, particularly when the injury is serious and requires light or transitional duty. According to a study published by the Workers’ Compensation Research Institute (WCRI), the current…

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Swedish Study Shows Benefits of Ergonomics to Caregivers

Swedish Study Shows Benefits of Ergonomics to Caregivers

In today’s age, most businesses have developed some sense of ergonomic awareness among their employees. The presence of proper ergonomics in the workplace has a profound effect on those performing duties and tasks, and has been proven to financially benefit…

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Tracking and Removing Low Back Risk

Tracking and Removing Low Back Risk

Is a deconditioned workforce resulting in higher risk of injuries in your workplace? Companies that can identify and reduce risk early gain a competitive advantage by decreasing healthcare costs, absenteeism, and time loss expenditures, while improving the health and productivity…

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Sedentary Work: More Dangerous Than Most Would Expect

Sedentary Work: More Dangerous Than Most Would Expect

Sedentary workers are often viewed as the “safer” employees in a given organization; sitting at a desk all day typing and answering telephones, after all, must be one of the safest jobs there is, right? Actually, according to a number…

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