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NHRMA Conference in Tacoma promises new ideas

NHRMA Conference in Tacoma promises new ideas

In October, InjuryFree will be taking its innovative ideas on workplace safety management to the Northwest Human Resource Management Association (NHRMA) conference. This year, the conference is celebrating its 75th anniversary in Tacoma, Wash. Oct. 9-11 with a conference theme…

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Asking Dr. Google

Asking Dr. Google

I wanted to experiment with a new homemade toothpaste recipe I found online. But I wanted to make sure the abrasive baking soda in the recipe wasn’t doing permanent damage to my teeth. So where did I turn for advice?…

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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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Did you report that injury?

Did you report that injury?

Jim Mongelli looked down to see the crimson stain of blood coming from his arm. It wasn’t shaping up to be a very good day for the heavy equipment worker from upstate New York. “I didn’t think it was a…

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Workplace napping: It’s no pipe dream

Workplace napping: It’s no pipe dream

You must have had just enough time now to really soak up all that Monday morning has to offer. As the prospect of leaving the office at 5 fades farther and father into the distance, pull up a pillow and…

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Sequester and the private sector

Sequester and the private sector

The big news around the water cooler this week has been the federal sequester – a term that few understand and even fewer in Congress seem to care much about. But it has occupational safety pros rattled. “I have to…

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How to Evaluate the Safety and Health Performance of Employees

How to Evaluate the Safety and Health Performance of Employees

Measurement is key to any continuous improvement process and is an essential management function. Successful companies measure their employees' productivity and effectiveness, but until recently only a few evaluated their workers' safety performance. Safety has a profound effect on a company's overall profitability; it makes sense to measure it along with other factors that correlate with...

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A Preventative-Care Solution for the Ergonomically-Challenged Workplace

A Preventative-Care Solution for the Ergonomically-Challenged Workplace

The Accountable Care Act is right in, at least, one regard: Prevention saves money. There are many aspects to the Affordable Care Act and exponentially more opinions on whether it is the right direction for the United States healthcare system. Politics aside, there is one area of healthcare reform that receives little media exposure and that most cannot argue against unless one has a financial stake in the status quo. It is the adoption of a preventative-care model...

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Does Your 2013 Health & Safety Forecast Include ZERO Injuries?

Does Your 2013 Health & Safety Forecast Include ZERO Injuries?

For companies that have experienced workplace injuries throughout the years, it may seem unlikely that you can hit a target of zero injuries. And yet, there are numerous examples of companies achieving such targets even after years of consistent injuries…

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The (Short) History of Employee Maintenance Programs

The (Short) History of Employee Maintenance Programs

During the most recent economic boom in the late 1980s and early 1990s, there was an increasingly popular trend in the development of employee wellness programs in the workplace. These programs typically featured an on-site fitness center, massage or physical…

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