How to Prevent Falls on a Construction Site
While the construction industry copes with many hazards on a daily basis, one is incredibly prevalent: falls. In fact, the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration referred to falls as the most common cause of workplace fatalities, with accidents the result of several factors.
Obesity Should be a Focus for Workers and Employers
The health and safety of their employees is something that is on the minds of many business owners. Naturally, a more productive and successful workforce can be tied to these factors, and the alternative could be a rising number of problems and a greater amount of workers' compensation insurance claims.
Older Workers Can Be a Positive For Employers
The workforce is getting older. Across the country, many companies now employ hundreds of people nearing the age of retirement, thanks in part to the large portion of baby boomers putting off their golden years for a steady paycheck.
Terrorism, Other Factors Evolve Modern Risk Management
Businesses today are facing a wider ranging and more diverse set of challenges than ever before. The shifting landscape surrounding the insurance industry, risk management and other segments has required companies to adapt - or fear being left behind.