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OSHA’s 2019 most frequently cited violations … Look familiar?

OSHA recently announced the Top 10 most frequently cited workplace safety violations for 2019. The data, which covers violations cited from October 1, 2018, through August 31, 2019, is still preliminary, and as such, the precise numbers associated with each violation may change. However, the ranking is likely to remain consistent when OSHA releases the final numbers.

Creative return to work strategies

Many employers are starting to implement return to work programs to reduce costs around workers’ compensation, motivate their workforce, and improve their productivity. From a direct cost standpoint, implementing a program could make or break a company’s experience modifier . As more employers implement such programs, innovative strategies continue to surface. Here are creative transitional opportunities to return your injured employees quickly and safely back to work.

Winter is coming: Reduce your risk by properly evaluating your home and your insurance coverage

Poorly winterized homes can be a source of both property and liability claims unless they are brought up to par before the first heavy snowfall. So spend some time this weekend making sure your home — and your insurance coverage — are ready for the long winter ahead.