Workplace Safety

Face Masks: The Importance of Protection

While the current COVID-19 pandemic has left many people working or staying at home, some essential businesses have remained open. For these workers, wearing face masks is key for helping prevent the disease from spreading. Therefore, it’s important to know how to wear them properly and why they matter… Face Masks: Why They’re Important Importance

2020-04-16T15:56:24-04:00April 15th, 2020|Personal Injury, Workplace Safety|

Excessive Sitting: Posture and Impact

Having to stand for long periods of time at work can take a toll on your body. However, excessive sitting isn't all that much better. Therefore, it's important to know what kind of seated position you should be in... Excessive Sitting: Good Body Position Issues with sitting Excessive sitting can lead to a couple different

2020-04-03T12:22:54-04:00April 4th, 2020|Avoiding Injury, Workplace Safety|

Tripping Accidents: Workplace Injury

Tripping accidents tend to be pretty common in many workplaces. However, they also tend to be pretty avoidable. Knowing the main reasons behind why people trip and get hurt can help you avoid them yourself... Tripping Accidents: Common Causes Clutter One common reason behind tripping accidents is clutter in walkways. Leaving things in the way

2020-03-19T12:02:35-04:00March 15th, 2020|Personal Injury, Workplace Safety|

White Coat Syndrome: Doctor-Related Anxiety

When doctors are involved, so many people get nervous. Palms sweat and blood pressure elevates. This anxiety, known as White Coat Syndrome (or White Coat Hypertension), can cause people who need medical attention to neglect going to the doctor. In some cases, the medical professionals might not wear white coats necessarily. You can still suffer

2020-03-04T17:33:00-05:00January 10th, 2020|Worker's Comp, Workplace Safety|