Reducing Workplace Mishaps can Lead to Lower Compensation Premiums

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Prevent office worker injuries

Safety in the workplace is compulsory for any and all businesses. Safety audits are also performed on a regular basis to check if businesses are complying with mandatory rules and regulations. Despite strong security protocols, however, accidents and mishaps continue to soar at alarming rates. In fact, many employees are currently receiving Workman’s Compensation due to job related accidents and … Read More

Reducing Workplace Accidents and Keeping Compensation Prices Lower

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injured workers have not benefited from 2007 workers comp reforms according to Workers Comp Alliance Report

Reducing Workplace Accidents and Keeping Compensation Prices Lower Safety in the workplace is mandatory for any new or existing business. In fact, safety audits are performed regularly to ensure businesses are complying with compulsory rules and regulations. Even with taking all security measures, however, accidents are still bound to occur. During these instances, employees have the legal right to file … Read More

Why Your Company Needs a Written Safety Program

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Reduce workers comp costs with written safety program

To prevent workplace injuries and control workers compensation insurance costs, business owners need a written safety program for educating workers about effective injury and illness prevention. These program outline and set procedures in place so that all employees are clear about what to do when an injury occurs. In New York and pretty much every other state, employers have a legal obligation … Read More

Safety and Health Assistance for Small Businesses with OSHA

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Safety and Health Assistance for Small Businesses with OSHA The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) created the Office of Small Business Assistance to help small business employers understand their safety and health obligations, access compliance information, provide guidance on regulatory standards and to educate them about cost-effective means for ensuring the safety and health of worksites. OSHA encourages all … Read More