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Injured worker holding a drill with help spelt in opioids

Opiates in the Workplace

Dr. Ben Feinzimer, DO, MS
Medical Director

Opiates in the workplace is a very important issue that affects companies both small and large. OccuCare's Medical Director, Dr. Ben Feinzimer, DO, MS, discusses this issue in his most recent blog post.

Ergonomist watching employee perform job duties

The Frank Consequences of Outdated Job Descriptions

Mike Steinborn, MBA
Business Development Manager

When is the last time your company took a look at your job descriptions? Our very own Mike Steinborn provides some great insight into outdated or incomplete job descriptions.

Injured employee holding ankle while sitting on ground

Most Common Workplace Injuries Going into the New Year

Steve Ziccarelli
Business Development Manager

Are you looking for the top solutions to help reduce your risk and overall work related injuries? OccuCare's Steve Ziccarelli provides some great insight .

Employee performing wrist stretch in an industrial setting

Pre-Shift Stretching Programs: Do they really reduce your work-related injuries?

Tom Rothery, OTR, CFCE
Team Lead – Injury Elimination Specialist

Tom Rothery's, OTR, CFCE, Injury Elimination Specialist, new blog post discusses the importance and key points to implementing a successful pre-shift stretching program.

Worker with back pain holding cardboard box

Eliminating your workplace injuries

Mike Steinborn, MBA
Business Development Manager

Looking to eliminate workplace injuries? Check out Mike Steinborn's blog post which discusses how you can significantly reduce workers' compensation costs.

Warehouse employee lifting box at work

Functional Employment Testing Onboarding Done Right

Vic Zuccarello, OTR/L, CEAS II

Did you know employee turnover can be as much as 50% in the first 18 months of employment? Vic Zuccarello’s blog covers the easy, cost-effective, and legal solution — post offer employment testing!

Employee with an on-site injury

Top 5 Work Related Injuries

In 2012 workplace injuries accounted for $60 billion in direct medical cost. Of this, ergonomic related injuries were 32.5% of this cost or a total direct medical cost of $20.4 billion dollars. Wow, $20.4 billion in ergonomic related injuries. Yes, billion with a B!

Warehouse employee placing a box on a shelf

Trends in Post Offer Employment Testing

Post offer employment testing has become very popular for companies worldwide. See what the latest trends are for POETs and learn about the tests you can provide to companies in your area.

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