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2012 Indiana Safety and Health Conference & Expo

2012 Indiana Safety and Health Conference & Expo

The 2012 Indiana Safety and Health Conference & Expo will be held from March 12-14, 2012 at the Indianapolis Marriott East in Indianapolis, IN. Mark Your Calendars! Trent Shuford, President and CEO of InjuryFree, Inc. is honored to deliver two…

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Healthy Food Options in the Workplace

Healthy Food Options in the Workplace

In an article titled Employee Health On and Off the Job, we explored all of the external factors affecting health and fitness that employees are exposed to in both the workplace and their personal lives. If you read the article,…

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Employee Health On and Off the Job

Employee Health On and Off the Job

Imagine that you are a safety professional for a large manufacturing company. Your employees show up for work (ideally) each and every day, healthy and ready to work. You have a set of guidelines and protocol designed to keep them…

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Health and Wellness: Starting in 2011 in the Employee Maintenance Center (EMC)

Health and Wellness: Starting in 2011 in the Employee Maintenance Center (EMC)

The Employee Maintenance Center’s primary objective has always been to reduce the cost and incidence of work injuries by increasing the physical capacity of employees to do their job functions. In 2011 the EMCs will not only offer the muscular-skeletal…

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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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Food For Thought

Food For Thought

Did you know… 10% of all food purchased in restaurants is consumed in the car Americans now spend more money on fast food than on higher education, personal computers, computer software, or new cars COMBINED The typical American now consumes…

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World Health Day – 7 April 2010

World Health Day – 7 April 2010

Did you know today is World Health Day? The Word Health Organization (WHO) organized today’s event in an effort  to raise awareness in health across the globe. Communities are encouraged to open their city streets for health-related activities. This year’s…

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The Sunshine Vitamin

The Sunshine Vitamin

GrassrootsHealth (GRH), a public health research organization working to get Vitamin D research from science into practice, announces it will host a landmark seminar April 9 in La Jolla, California to unveil the latest significant research on Vitamin D. According…

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Reading: Do Wellness Programs Make Cents?

Reading: Do Wellness Programs Make Cents?

In a recent article published on CFO.com, the author contends that less than half (around 40%) of companies using wellness programs such as employee-assistance or health-improvement programs actually see a return on investment. In fact, he reports that only 19%…

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Wellness Efforts Face Hurdle

Wellness Efforts Face Hurdle

The article Wellness Efforts Face Hurdle published in The Wall Street Journal reports that employers who offer cash incentives for employees or insurance-premium reductions to complete health surveys are in violation of the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act. This law restricts…

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