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Workplace Violence

Workplace violence can range from threats and verbal abuse to physical assault and homicide. About two million U.S. workers are victims of workplace violence each year. By April 2021, there were 26 victims of workplace shootings Violence in the workplace can occur in any business, however, in businesses where employees have […]

Why Ergonomics is Important

Ergonomics is an applied science concerned with designing and arranging things people use so that the people and things interact most efficiently and safely. So why is that important? #1 Safety – protects employees’ physical health, mental health, and personal happiness.   Prevents overexertion, repetitive injuries, and chronic pain issues. #2 […]

#PotholeSeason

Spring is here and many of us are getting out on the road to visit customers.  But with spring also comes potholes! They are popping up everywhere.  Here are some safe driving trips while the Michigan roads are wet and full of holes. Check out this article by Nationwide for […]

Know What Not To Do

Anxiety Disorder is one of the most common mental conditions today. Knowing the signs of the disorder, what to do, and what not to do can be a big help.   It can be difficult to empathize if you do not have intimate contact with this disorder. It is normal […]

Thinking Traps

Unhelpful thoughts can trigger feelings of anxiety. This way of thinking is a cognitive distortion and can often spiral out of control this is known as a thinking trap.  Here are  4 tips from the Mental Health ] America for getting out of thinking traps. Tips For Challenging Negative Thoughts […]

Help Dismantle Mental Health Stigma in the Workplace

Discussions about mental health, its challenges, and its importance are more prevalent than ever. Yet, despite that, the stigma surrounding the issue remains. That’s likely because looking at such a personal topic head-on is hard. But while it may seem more comfortable to keep a “stiff upper lip” and sweep the […]

January is National Blood Donor Month

This January marks the 52nd anniversary of National Blood Donor Month – a time to recognize the importance of giving blood and platelets while celebrating the lifesaving impact of those who roll up a sleeve to help patients in need. Learn more about Red Cross and how you could win […]

Holidays Can Be Hard

Why are the holidays such a heavy time for people? This article at Mental Health Match is a great reminder that the holidays are not a happy time for all. Read More   #FrameofMindFriday

Fall Injuries Have Big Costs

Snow, sleet, and ice all pose a risk of slip and fall accidents. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, slip and fall injuries are the second largest cause of workplace injuries.  The National Safety Council states that slips and falls are the single largest cause of emergency room visits. […]

Only 1 in 10 Managers Are Worried About Burnout

But the other 9 should be. A sure-fire way to help bring about a crisis is to ignore the problems that can create it. The results of a new research project are focusing a spotlight on a serious problem faced by millions of employees that could create a crisis for […]