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Jul 02, 2021

Workers' Compensation Laws in Kansas and Missouri

Workers’ compensation is a required insurance policy provided by the employer to pay employee benefits for job-related injuries. Disability or death that arises out of and in the course of employment. Since each state false

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Workers' Compensation Laws in Kansas and Missouri
Jun 10, 2020

In Search of Cleaning Supplies; How to Safely Reopen Amid Supply Chain Disruptions

Part of reopening post-coronavirus shutdown involves being able to keep your place of business clean and sanitized. A safe workplace is the right thing to do regardless of COVID-19, but now it is more important than false

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In Search of Cleaning Supplies; How to Safely Reopen Amid Supply Chain Disruptions

Keeping Employees Safe as Stay-at-Home Orders End

State and local governments have begun lifting COVID-19 stay-at-home mandates, allowing businesses across the country to reopen their traditional worksites. But even when companies bring employees back from home false

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Keeping Employees Safe as Stay-at-Home Orders End

EEOC Says Employers Can Measure Workers’ Temperatures Due to Pandemic, But You’ll Want to Read This First

The number of states and counties in the U.S. with shelter in place orders to help slow the spread of COVID-19 continues to grow with some sources estimating more than 220 million Americans in 26 states are at home. As false

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EEOC Says Employers Can Measure Workers’ Temperatures Due to Pandemic, But You’ll Want to Read This First
Mar 04, 2020

How Opioids Affect Workers' Comp Costs

Opioid use among employees continues to rise, presenting a myriad of unprecedented challenges for small and midsized employers. Among these challenges include navigating workers’ compensation claims when opioids are false

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How Opioids Affect Workers' Comp Costs
Feb 04, 2020

Returning to Work After Workers’ Compensation: Tips for the Employer

The early stages of workers’ compensation can be chaotic. Injuries can require immediate medical assistance, and even less dramatic cases require several different parties to communicate with one another. The process false

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Returning to Work After Workers’ Compensation: Tips for the Employer
Sep 16, 2019

Workplace Safety: CPR Training Can Be a Lifesaver

CPR—short for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation—is an emergency medical procedure used to help victims of cardiac arrest. CPR aims to restore circulation and keep victims alive until they can receive additional medical false

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Workplace Safety: CPR Training Can Be a Lifesaver
Sep 10, 2019

Why Health and Safety Practices in the Workplace Matter

Small and mid-sized business owners have legal, ethical and common-sense obligations to maintain safe work environments. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration requires employers to provide a workplace free false

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Why Health and Safety Practices in the Workplace Matter
Jun 20, 2019

Positive Safety Cultures: Why Every Business Should Build One

When we discuss safety in the workplace, what comes to mind? Construction? Manufacturing? Transportation and Shipping? While some industries inherently have a greater safety risk than others, hazards exist in all false

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Positive Safety Cultures: Why Every Business Should Build One
Jun 11, 2019

Safe Workplaces Keep Workforces and Bottom Lines Healthy

Providing a safe workplace is not only required by law; it’s the right thing to do and makes good business sense, too. Still, accidents happen. Workplace injuries hurt both employees and employers, in different ways. false

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Safe Workplaces Keep Workforces and Bottom Lines Healthy