When you look across your workforce, do you think it’s aging? If so, you’re not alone. The Bureau of Labor Statistics tells us one in four workers in 2020 will be age 55 or older. That’s well more than the one in 10 workers in 1990.
As the seasons change, there’s a buzz at work. Employees grow excited about fall and the upcoming holidays. But as the days grow shorter, we know that inclement weather — snowy and icy conditions — is on its way, as well.
Not surprisingly, most worker deaths come in the construction industry. But did you know that falls are the leading cause of fatalities in the construction trades? In fiscal year 2017, falls accounted for 39 percent of deaths in construction…
Has your organization applied for cost containment certification (CCC) by the state of Colorado? The CCC program provides a firm foundation for a safety program and offers two important benefits…
Do you suspect a fraudulent workers’ compensation claim at your organization? If so, that’s serious. Fraudulent claims cost businesses like yours millions of dollars every year. They waste resources that can help workers with real injuries…
We all know a safer workplace experiences fewer injuries and lower claim costs. But there are other benefits too. Well-conceives plans and practices gives rise to a culture that supports employee safety and health, a more dedicated workforce…
Pinnacol’s Return to Work team can help you get injured employees back on the job sooner and
keep claim costs down … and the services are free of charge! At no cost, Pinnacol’s Return to
Work team can help your organization in several ways…
If one of your employees is injured on the job, who will they see for care? Has your organization designated several medical clinics that can treat your workers? If you haven’t, Pinnacol has assigned providers to serve your company so you are in compliance with state law.
Leadership may seem like an intangible quality — something we cannot define but know when we see it. However, safety leadership can be defined, learned and acted upon.
You didn’t sleep well last night. As you drive in to work, you realize you forgot to return the coffee creamer to the fridge … and you left your cell phone on the counter. Not the end of the world — but fatigue-related mistakes at work can have catastrophic consequences.
To meet OSHA’s requirements, many employers with more than 10 employees must keep a record of serious work-related injuries and illnesses. For this reason, we’re updating you on a recent final rule by OSHA and providing a handy, brief checklist to guide your organization’s injury and illness recordkeeping.