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Looking Forward to Some Great Conferences!

Looking Forward to Some Great Conferences!

Conference season is upon us and InjuryFree is looking forward to a busy month of knowledge seeking, sharing and networking. This past weekend (through today) our CEO and president Trent Shuford hit the National Safety Council’s Texas Safety Council and…

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OSHA Update 10.16.2012

OSHA Update 10.16.2012

OSHA Launches Alternative Dispute Resolution for Whistleblower Complaints OSHA is implementing an alternative dispute resolution (ADR) pilot program for complaints filed under its Whistleblower Protection Program. The program is being trialed in two OSHA regions and assists employers and employees…

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September 2012, 2nd Edition: BEEA+ Newsletter

September 2012, 2nd Edition: BEEA+ Newsletter

They may not be million dollar athletes, but the work like them…Turning health and safety costs into profit…Fueling the machine: Wellness programs at work…Obesity costs employers big bucks……

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Public Health and Workplace Health and Safety

Public Health and Workplace Health and Safety

One of the focus areas of the Environmental Health Section of the American Public Health Association (APHA)—the largest United States association of public health professionals—is workforce development.  Additionally, one of the goals of the Labor Caucus of APHA is to…

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Four Steps to a Safer Workplace (Part 3)

Four Steps to a Safer Workplace (Part 3)

Education is the process by which your employees are educated in their job tasks and the hazards that may exist within their job tasks. Education should be an ongoing process and should morph with time, as safer methods are determined and are put into implementation. One of the most common areas needing improvement is within the Standard Operating Procedure or SOP’s.

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Keeping Young Workers Safe

Keeping Young Workers Safe

This is the time of year that many young people begin thinking about summer jobs. Many teens use summer jobs to gain work experience, spend time productively, or earn some spending money. Other teens and young workers have finished school…

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Health and Wellness Program Benfits

Health and Wellness Program Benfits

In the 8th Annual Study of Employee Benefits Trends published by MetLife states that investing in health and wellness programs is an effective method to maintaining and improving productivity, as well as help to control medical and disability costs. Other…

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