Workplace Safety, Found: 20 Items

Work is Risky, Even at the Navy Yard

September 16, 2013 Insurance Topics 3

When the radio announcer reported that people had been shot at the NAVSEA building in Washington, D.C.’s Navy Yard, I…Read More

Workers’ Comp News from Annmarie’s Inbox

July 16, 2013 Insurance Topics 0

Workers’ compensation news does not take a summer vacation. Drugs, safety and comp claim costs – my inbox is chock…Read More

Workers Compensation By The Numbers

December 11, 2012 Insurance Topics 2

Work-related injuries, illnesses and deaths: Highest number of workplace fatalities (in recent years)        8,801  in 2011 Those…Read More

Questions For an Employee Workers’ Compensation Survey

(This is Part IV of My Series on What Every Employer Should Know About Workers’ Compensation) Last week’s blog covered…Read More

Predictive Modeling Integration: How Long Must We Wait?

May 29, 2012 Insurance Topics 5

Predictive modeling will change insurance forever! I got psyched about this when, for a current assignment, I re-read my article…Read More

Return to Work Tips from the Experts

October 9, 2013 Insurance Topics 2

Most of what I know about return to work comes from experts I have interviewed over the years. Even though…Read More

Converting the CEO to the Cause of Workers’ Compensation

With employers addressing ObamaCare and rising health care costs, persuading the CEO to make safety and workers’ compensation priorities might…Read More

Great Workers’ Compensation Programs Start at the Top

Some of my most popular blogs cover workers compensation. While in the process of writing future blogs, one central element…Read More

Workers’ Comp Predictive Modeling and Self-Insured Employers

February 5, 2013 Insurance Topics 2

Predictive modeling isn’t just for insurers. Self-insured employers – or those with captives — can also better anticipate risk and…Read More

Understanding the Workers’ Comp Experience Mod Factor

June 19, 2012 Insurance Topics 4

Workers’ compensation premium costs are expected to continue rising. The state with the highest share of workers’ compensation premium –…Read More