As a leader, the safety of your employees is your top priority. But we get it - you have a lot on your plate. We've got you covered with interviews and insights to help you build a safer workplace. Published monthly by Missouri Employers Mutual and Previsor Insurance.
Ep. 43: Caution Fatigue During COVID-19
While many were eager to help flatten the COVID-19 curve at first, caution fatigue has started to set in. Safety consultants Joshua Mrozowsky and Rajni Walia of Dekra discuss how the stresses of COVID-19 impact our behavior and how employers can help prevent caution fatigue in the workplace.
Ep. 42: Restaurants and COVID-19
The restaurant industry has been seriously impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Carryout and delivery are thriving, and new safety concerns have changed how restaurants operate. Herman Styles and Ben Thies of Colton's Steak House and Grill discuss the challenges restaurants are facing.
Ep. 41: Floor Safety: Reduce Slip, Trip and Fall Risks
Slips, trips, and falls are top causes of workplace injuries. Russell Kendzior, president of the National Floor Safety Institute, discusses common hazards and incident prevention tips.
Ep. 40: Subcontracting: Protect Your Premium When Hiring a Helping Hand
Did you know that subcontractors can be covered by your workers compensation policy? Premium Consultation Manager Chonna Patterson discusses how to avoid higher premiums and unexpected costs.
Ep. 39: The Word on Masks at Work
COVID-19 has changed workplaces. Should your employees be wearing masks at work to protect themselves and customers? Our expert weighs in.
Directed Medical Care
If an employee is injured on the job, your priority is to get them the right care quickly. Claims expert Steve Summers explains why all employers should have a directed medical care plan, and how to get started.
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