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Where Your Work Comp $ Went in 2017

Oakland, CA June 26, 2018 - The WCIRB has released its report on workers' compensation losses and expenses for 2017. The report is prepared annually pursuant to Section 11759.1 of the California Insurance Code. Key findings in the report include: Medical losses paid in 2017 were $4.7 billion, or 56% of total loss payments. Of these payments, $1.3 billion were paid for physician services, $1.3 billion were payments made directly to injured workers, $0.7 billion were paid for inpatient or outpatient services, $0.2 billion were paid for pharmaceuticals, and $0.3 billion were paid for medical-legal evaluations. The total cost of medical cost containment programs in 2017 was $443 million compar

Falls at Work Cause 2 Deaths a Day: 4 Ways to Influence Change

FACT: Every DAY, two people die in the United States as a result of a fall at work. Yes, that’s right – two deaths per day, according to the National Safety Council. As you probably know, June is National Safety Month and this week, the National Safety Council’s focus is on Fall Prevention. It may be surprising to you that in the year 2018 we still have that many fall-related fatalities on the job. Sadly, we still have a long way to go when it comes to preventing deaths and serious injuries due to falls. Here are some other sobering facts: Falls from height are second leading cause of unintentional workplace fatalities Falls are the leading cause of death in the construction industry More

Compliance & Safety First Will Help Your Business Create a Safe WorkPlace!

A different look at OSHA. When was the last time you’ve revisited your workplace safety plan? Maybe you don't even have one.....yet! Not only is it the law, but it also can ensure that you and your employees are always safe. In honor of June being National Safety Month, COMSAF would like to highlight four ways in which to help you identify unsafe behaviors, create opportunities for improvement and help you (and your employees) make well-informed safety decisions on a daily basis. We all know your business is growing. You are putting all of your hard earned profits back into the business. You don't have the funds, nor the personnel to have an HR/Safety Compliance Officer to work for you.

Are Businesses Subject to OSHA Fines Without Realizing It?

“Free podcast to educate business owners about OSHA guidelines and avoid fines.” During free podcast businesses can learn how to avoid OSHA fines and lower Workers Compensation premiums. Many businesses are in violation of Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations without knowing it. This could lead to heavy fines imposed by OSHA. “To help businesses understand OSHA guidelines and avoid fines we are conducting a free podcast. The podcast will broadcast o June 28th 2018 at 10:00am PST,” states Glenn Salter, Vice President of Compliance & Safety First. The podcast will be hosted by Salter who is also an Authroized OSHA Outreach Trainer. Glenn Salter is a Risk Management

Too Much sitting may lead to cognitive decline, dementia.

Los Angeles — Long periods of inactivity may lead to atrophy of the part of the brain responsible for memory, according to a preliminary study from the University of California, Los Angeles. Researchers surveyed 35 people between the ages of 45 and 75 who did not have dementia about their physical activity levels and the average hours per day they spend sitting over a seven-day period. Participants also underwent MRIs, which provided a high-resolution image of the medial temporal lobe, the region of the brain involved in the formation of new memories. The researchers – who cited past research on the connection between physical activity and the delay of the onset of dementia and Alzheimer’s d

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