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Spring Into Safety – Slick Driving Tips

It’s been a long, cold winter for much of the country, but now the weather is starting to warm as spring takes hold. However, with spring comes rain, and with wet roads comes the...

Construction & Agriculture Safety – Lessons for Both Industries

The agriculture and construction industries face similar challenges and work exposures. The two industries can learn from each other to make each safer for their workers. Three particular workplace risks come to mind: Valley...

Enhancing Your Foodservice Safety Program

As more foodservice facilities open up during COVID-19 to accommodate larger capacities, it's a good time to evaluate your safety program. Preventing injuries in the foodservice industry can save lives, time, and money by...

Establishing Guidelines for Vaccines and the Workplace

ICW Group hopes that 2021 will see the United States gain a decisive upper hand in its fight against COVID-19. Our country is currently engaged in an unprecedented race to vaccinate as many people...

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Working together to take a B.I.T.E. out of fraud

It is a common misconception, but fraud is not determined by insurance companies. Fraud is also not determined by employers and fraud is not...

Leading during a pandemic

No one knows what the workplace is going to look like in three months. COVID-19 continues to spread. School reopening and attendance plans remain...

Five Tips for a Successful Virtual Interview

You've been searching for your dream job during COVID-19 and you've received a calendar invite for a video interview. Now what? Technology has become our vehicle for connection during the pandemic and virtual interviews...

Fight Fraud with Compassion and Care

When someone commits fraud they often try to rationalize his or her actions. While finances are the most common motivator, feeling mistreated by an employer can also drive fraud. If an injured worker feels...

Surveillance Once Again Reveals the Truth

A 58-year-old California man claimed to injure multiple body parts after slipping on wet stairs. During medical examinations, as well as in his workers’ compensation deposition, the worker claimed the fall resulted in significant...

Four Tips to Avoid COVID-19 Relief Payment Scams

The Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) newest fraud awareness campaign focuses on potential scams surrounding COVID-19 relief payments. In their “Avoid Coronavirus Relief Payment Scams” infographic, the FTC outlines four things you can do to...

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Prioritize Eye Protection in the Workplace

When vision is impaired, your quality of life and ability to work is affected, which is why preventing eye injuries should be a priority for every safety professional and employer. The National Institute...

COVID-19 and the Workplace – One Year Later

It has been one year since COVID-19 reared its ugly head in America and we've all dealt with the repercussions of this terrible virus. Over twenty-nine million American’s have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus...

Carpooling Safely During COVID-19

Workers across all industries have had their world flipped upside down by the COVID-19 pandemic. A common obstacle employers face is transporting groups of employees safely while still following safety controls. Developing and implementing...

Bartender Bust – Part 2

Criminal charges have now been filed against a 29-year-old Northern California woman for collecting wage replacement benefits while working an undisclosed job at a different location. As featured in a previous story, Hey Bartender….Make it...

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