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Shoo the Flu: Planning for Flu Season in the Workplace

Many employers may not realize the impact that the flu season can have on their company. If a major influenza outbreak hits your community, you may face highly elevated employee absenteeism rates...

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Workplace Safety by the Numbers

The National Safety Council’s 2017 workplace injury statistics reinforce what we already knew: Safety programs should be well-designed, to protect the health and well-being of employees and their..

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Proper Risk Assessment for Disruptive Technologies

The world continues to make a digital shift and companies continue to integrate "disruptive technologies" for greater success and a competitive advantage. Wearables, artificial intelligence and..

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Employee Health: The Negative Effects of Loneliness

Many employee surveys focus on employee satisfaction, as it is assumed that satisfied, happy employees will be more productive and have higher retention rates. However, a growing amount of..

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The Dangers of Distracted Driving Beyond Not Texting and Driving: 5 Tips for Road Safety

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) defines distracted driving as any activity that diverts attention from driving, including talking or texting on your phone, eating and..

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Family Safety: Create a Fire Safety Plan

Every year thousands of people die or are injured in house fires. Don’t let your family become a statistic—many of these injuries are avoidable if you have a fire escape plan in place to protect..

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Proper Risk Assessment for Connected Devices: Get Your Risk Exposure Scorecard

Smart manufacturing has taken great leaps in recent years. Analytics and connected technology have helped manufacturers to improve product quality and cut maintenance costs. In fact, Juniper..

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The Reality of Cyber Attacks: Are You Insured?

Despite growing awareness and increased cyber security efforts, health care organizations are having a hard time staying ahead of cyber criminals. In fact, according to a new report from the..

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Maintaining OSHA's Four Point Safety Program

Implementing a quality safety program is essential to reducing workplace accidents. To assist in building this program, OSHA provides you with all the guidance you need to get started.

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