Every workplace comes with its own set of risks. Protect your bottom line by safeguarding your organization’s finances in the event of an injury or illness.
Even with all the necessary precautions, accidents in the workplace are bound to happen. The higher risk the job, the higher the likelihood of a debilitating injury, illness, or even death. While we wish we could give you a magic wand to wave away all workplace hazards, what we can do is safeguard your organization against massive lawsuits when accidents do happen.
While falling off a ladder or being hit by unsecured equipment absolutely constitute as workplace injuries, recent world events have added sneakier ailments to the roster. COVID-19 has impacted workers’ compensation in unprecedented ways. The pandemic has kept many employees working from home, reducing return-to-work opportunities and light-duty programs. This new era of work-from-anywhere is also suspected to see a hike in ergonomic injuries, as a significant portion of the workforce continues to work remotely in spaces that have not been set up properly.
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