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$afety Cents: Prevent Employee Injuries and Reduce Workers' Comp Costs Back Injury Prevention Guide
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$afety Cents: Prevent Employee Injuries and Reduce Workers' Comp Costs Back Injury Prevention Guide
The best solution to lowering workers' comp costs is to prevent workplace injuries. The Back Injury Prevention Guide describes the common mistakes that cause back injuries and shows your employees how to perform their jobs pain- and injury-free.
From Warning Signs to Aftermath: Preparing for Violence in the Workplace Legal Rights of Persons with Disabilities, An Analysis of Federal Law: Second Edition
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From Warning Signs to Aftermath: Preparing for Violence in the Workplace Legal Rights of Persons with Disabilities, An Analysis of Federal Law: Second Edition
Even with post-Sept. 11 security improvements, there are nearly 2 million violent workplace incidents a year. Every year, thousands of disability-related judicial decisions and administrative rulings are issued interpreting several complex federal laws – all of which have undergone changes in recent years.
Medical Costs in Workers' Compensation: Strategies to Curb Your Largest Expense National Disability Law Reporter® Cumulative Digest & Tables, Volumes 24-31
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Medical Costs in Workers' Compensation: Strategies to Curb Your Largest Expense National Disability Law Reporter<sup>&#174;</sup> Cumulative Digest & Tables, Volumes 24-31
Skyrocketing medical costs in workers’ comp continue to rise and employers must take the correct steps to control these costs. Research 4 years of the most pertinent disability law decisions – with just one convenient volume!
National Disabilty Law Reporter® Cumulative Digest and Tables, Volumes 32-35 Preventing Repetitive Strain Injuries at Your Computer Workstation
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National Disabilty Law Reporter<sup>&#174;</sup> Cumulative Digest and Tables, Volumes 32-35 Preventing Repetitive Strain Injuries at Your Computer Workstation
The Cumulative Digest & Tables, Volumes 32-35 saves you significant research time by allowing you to search four volumes of cases at once. This easy-to-read, fully illustrated booklet leads your employees through a step-by-step review of proper workstation setup
Productivity Lost: Alcohol and Drugs in the Workplace Subrogation Laws in Workers' Compensation: Significant Court Rulings and What They Mean to You
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Productivity Lost: Alcohol and Drugs in the Workplace Subrogation Laws in Workers' Compensation: Significant Court Rulings and What They Mean to You
Ignoring substance-abuse problems in your company could cost you millions of dollars each year in lost productivity, absenteeism, accidents, high-insurance premiums and more. The increasing average age of the workforce means more potential injuries and more workers’ comp costs, so employers must recover their losses whenever possible.
Teen Workers and Workers' Comp: What You Can - and Must - Do to Keep Them Safe The Compensability Decision: Validating Workplace Injuries in Workers' Comp
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Teen Workers and Workers' Comp: What You Can - and Must - Do to Keep Them Safe The Compensability Decision: Validating Workplace Injuries in Workers' Comp
Teenagers sustain more workplace injuries than any other segment of the workforce, resulting in higher workers’ comp costs. The advancing average age of the workforce will likely result in more frequent — and more costly — injuries.
The Shape of Things: The Rising Impact of Obesity on Workers' Compensation Workplace Safety Handbook: Your Ergonomics Guide to Preventing Employee Injuries
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The Shape of Things: The Rising Impact of Obesity on Workers' Compensation Workplace Safety Handbook: Your Ergonomics Guide to Preventing Employee Injuries
Obese employees are more prone to injuries and illnesses than their slimmer counterparts, with slower recovery time -- resulting in high workers' comp costs. Repetitive stress injuries and musculoskeletal disorders can drive your workers' compensation costs through the roof.
   
 
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