If your team must occasionally work in heat, it’s important to train them to prevent heat-related illness. They must also know what to do if a worker shows signs of heat-related illness.
A smoke-free policy at your workplace could help limit workers’ tobacco use and exposure to secondhand smoke.
No one should take occupational hand injuries lightly: they are among the most common in the US workplace. How can you protect your workers?
Injuries resulting from poor eye safety injuries have resulted in more than $300 million in lost time, medical expenses, and workers compensation.
The peak month for lightning-related fatality is July, which makes this the perfect time to review lightning safety tips.
Heat-related illness is an equal-opportunity problem: it can strike anyone, including perfectly healthy adults.
Daylight Saving Time starts this weekend. Check out our tips to get through the time change painlessly.
There are steps an employer can take to ensure employees’ safety in the home office—and to keep telecommuting employees’ workers compensation claims down.
Your workers are at the heart of your business, so in this American Heart Month, Insurance Partners, Inc., would like to remind you to support your workers’ efforts to be heart-healthy.
Falling is one of the leading causes of death of American workers on the job. What can you do to reduce the risk of falls in the workplace?