This week is Suicide Prevention Week, which is a great time to shine the spotlight on a topic that people may be reluctant to talk about—and consider some events or initiatives that you can implement at a later date.
What is the state of California workers comp? We share some highlights from the recent Workers Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau of California report.
No one ever wants to be involved in a traffic accident. Employers should be particularly aware of the risks their workers when they’re driving on the job.
It doesn’t take much time or energy for your company or organization to host a blood drive… if you partner with the Red Cross!
This really is a great time of year to spring clean your business—but not in the way that you might expect. Click for inspiration.
In 2015 alone, 3,477 people were killed, and 391,000 were injured in motor vehicle crashes involving distracted drivers.
Poison prevention is an issue that affects people of all ages–including the people in your work force. Find out why–and what you can do to help improve poison prevention.
Recent research has found that starting exercise in middle age can work to reverse the heart damage that comes from sitting for long periods of time—which can be bad for your health.
There’s no better time than the start of a new year to devote some time to OSHA changes. Here’s what you need to know to get 2018 off to a great start.
This holiday season, the greatest gift you can give your workers is the ability to prevent cold and flu. Start on National Hand Washing Awareness Week.