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  • New OSHA Reporting Requirements: Be Prepared in 2015

    12/19/2014

    Effective Jan. 1, 2015, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) will implement a change to what covered employers are required to report.

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  • Reduce Your Work Comp Costs with Winter Safety Precautions

    12/12/2014

    As Missouri’s fall weather conditions deteriorate into winter, employers are encouraged to take steps now to minimize slip and trip risks. MEM injury statistics show that winter slips and trips are the most common type of employee injury in Missouri. Every employee is at risk when snow, ice and water cover walking, working and driving surfaces. Trends including an aging workforce, obesity and medical inflation combine to make these types of injuries more severe and expensive to treat. Check out our winter slip and fall prevention tips.

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  • Protecting Your Employees' Backs and Your Business

    11/25/2014

    Ever hear the old saying, 'lift with your legs, not your back'? There is a lot of truth in it. If you’re not already, it’s time to get serious about back safety. Back injuries due to lifting are one of the top five types of injuries reported to MEM. The average lost time injury is $35,000 and can have long-term effects. With a little training, your business can avoid prevent these types of injuries altogether.

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  • Transit Industry Wellness Program Brings Change to Employees' Lives

    11/14/2014

    It’s no secret that a healthy employee is a more productive employee. By now, you have probably heard of employer sponsored wellness programs and maybe you thought it wasn’t something you could do. The truth is that wellness programs don’t have to be complicated to get results.

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  • Staying Focused on the Road in the Worst Conditions

    10/23/2014

    Right now is a great time to address distracted driving. Winter is on the way and driving naturally becomes more dangerous. Statistics show that distracted driving is a contributing factor in up to 30 percent of traffic crashes in the United States. Distraction, combined with winter weather challenges, could easily result in vehicle crashes resulting in employee injuries and fatalities.

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