How Employers Can Leverage the Benefits of Post-Employment Testing

Posted June 25, 2019 in Injury Prevention , Injury Reporting , OSHA
At Fit For Work, we recommend that employment testing continue even after an applicant is hired as a) a means of assessing the physical abilities of current workers for transfers/promotions and b) as a proactive measure in response to reported...
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Pre-Employment Testing: Pre-Offer vs Post-Offer

Posted June 11, 2019 in Injury Prevention , Injury Reporting , OSHA
Pre-employment testing helps employers identify the most qualified applicants for a given job. On average, employers that perform pre-employment testing experience a 50% reduction in work injuries in the first year of testing, proving the value...
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Questions to Consider Before Employers Make the VPP Commitment

Posted May 29, 2019 in Injury Prevention , Injury Reporting , OSHA
Before making the commitment to a VPP or SHARP plan, decision makers within a plant operation need to consider the following questions:
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eBook: OSHA Injury Reporting Requirements Can Benefit Your Bottom Line

Posted September 04, 2018 in Injury Reporting , ebook
Avoiding workplace injuries is at the very top of management's list—an obvious sentiment largely held within every organization. But the truth of the matter is injuries are bound to occur during an organization's time of operation, regardless of...
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Disrupting the Status Quo of Risk Management at RIMS 2017

Attendees of this past April’s 2017 RIMS Annual Conference and Expo in Philadelphia were greeted with the motto, “Disrupt the Status Quo!” The three-day workshop was designed for risk managers seeking to understand the value that a successful...
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The Dangers of Injury-Reporting Retaliation

Posted August 18, 2016 in Injury Reporting , OSHA
At some workplaces, employees are anxious about reporting injuries or illnesses related to the jobs, because they fear there might be retaliation. That can come in many forms, from overt changes to shifting treatment overall.
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