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Quarantine Heel Pain: What You Need To Know About This Surprisingly Common New Issue


Working from home has produced a specific danger to our health and well-being: heel pain.

6 Tips For Driving In Low-Visibility Conditions


If you absolutely must venture out when fog, smoke, snow, or rain has reduced visibility, follow these tips to keep you and your passengers safe.

6 Things That May Be Damaging Your Car (And Risking Your Safety)


Keeping an eye on these six common issues can help you keep yourself, your passengers, and your fellow drivers safe.

6 Common Signs Of Vitamin D Deficiency


Vitamin D plays several crucial roles in the body — here are a few signs that you may be low on this important nutrient.

Fit For Work Testing: Components Involved In A Comprehensive Health Interview


This crucial interview ensures a worker can safely do the physical challenges of the Fit for Work test as well as the physical challenges of the job itself.

8 Signs Your Workplace Has A Positive Safety Culture


The only way of preventing workplace accidents is to have everyone, from supervisors to workers, practicing and promoting safe practices.

The Importance And Impact of Driving Safely


For many of us, driving is a part of our everyday routine — it is also one of the most dangerous activities we engage in.

What To Do After A Car Accident: A Full Checklist


Do you know what to do in the event of a crash? What should you do first? What should you avoid doing? The following checklist can help you be prepared, just i

Marijuana and Pregnancy: What You Need To Know


While the long-term effects of marijuana use on the general population may be debatable, the same is not true for its impact on a growing fetus.

What You Need To Know About Fall Protection Training


Falls from heights are still the second-leading cause of unintentional fatal workplace accidents — fall protection and prevention training is crucial.

Fit For Work Testing: Components Involved In A Comprehensive Musculoskeletal Examination


Everything you need to know about this common examination used in fit-for-work testing.

Cannabis in the Workplace: What To Consider About Off-Duty Marijuana Consumption


The growing number of states legalizing marijuana means that companies must carefully navigate a myriad of seemingly conflicting federal and state rules and le

Hard Hat Colour Codes And What They Mean


The colour of this crucial piece of safety equipment can communicate a lot of information without a single word.

8 Important Ergonomic Aids for Drivers


Help prevent injury for drivers with these important aids.

Cold Stress: How To Address This Risk For Employees


Employers should ensure their workers can do their jobs safely, no matter what the climate — here are a few tips to help.

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What is a roadside drug screening?


Roadside drug screening is the term used to describe the process of carrying out a drug test on a driver who has been asked to pull over to the side of the road and...

Are drug test results confidential under HIPAA?


The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) aims to protect an individual's health information and medical records. HIPAA regulations have been...

What are physical demands analysis reports actually used for?


A physical demands analysis (PDA) is a process that is carried out to determine the suitability of an employee to their job role. The physical requirements of the job...

What is physician-patient privilege?


Physician-patient privilege is a legal concept that pertains to the medical information shared by a patient with their physician. Also know as "doctor-patient...

How are collection personnel certified?


There isn't a specific certification that is required for collection personnel in drug testing. However, a training qualification should be completed to ensure the...

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