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In-Person Workshops, Webinars or Online Training: How to Choose What’s Best for Your Team’s Mental Health Training


How you deliver your mental health training can often be just as crucial as the content itself. Different methods work for different workplaces — here are the pros and...

Cognitive Ergonomics: How It Can Transform A Safety Program


Many companies have mastered physical and environmental ergonomics, but cognitive ergonomics is just as crucial to workplace safety — and is often overlooked.

3 Types of Sleep Apnea, How They're Treated, And How To Address Them In The Workplace


Sleep apnea can have a major impact on your workforce, especially if left untreated. Here are 3 of the main types of sleep apnea, and a look at how to effectively treat...

Key Things To Know About Dilute Specimen Drug Tests


There are plenty of myths about diluting specimens for drug testing. Here are the facts you need to know about what actually impacts a specimen, and the process that is...

Is Your Workplace Promoting Depression?


An individual's environment can play a huge part in their mental health — this guide will help you recognize if your workplace needs improvement.

POCT vs. Lab Testing: What is the Difference?


POCT and lab tests are both designed to determine whether or not an employee is using drugs. However, they are different in many ways — here are the advantages and...

How Mindfulness-Based Organizational Development & Training Can Boost Your Employees’ Mental Health


Many employees in the workplace are impacted by mental health issues — and mindfulness is an inexpensive solution that can help.

6 Things an Ergonomist Can Improve in Your Workplace


A trained ergonomist can transform your workplace and improve efficiency, safety, and the comfort of your workers. A more ergonomic workplace also yields a higher level...

Fatigue Management in Night Shift Workers and Employer Risks


Night shift work requires an entirely different approach than regular work hours. Employers should try to ensure employees aren't negatively affected and can carry out...

7 Ergonomic Aids for Employees Who Work in a Standing Position


7 ergonomic aids to help prevent injuries for standing workers.

7 Fascinating Facts About Sleep Apnea and Workplace Safety


Sleep apnea is a common condition, and it can have a tremendous impact on workplace safety. Here are some key facts you need to know in order to ensure all employees are...

A Step-by-Step Guide to Helping Employees Set Personal Wellness Goals


A guide to helping your employees set personal wellness goals as part of your company's health and wellness program.

What Is CCDAPP Certification And Why Is It Important?


CCDAPP certification is the highest credential available for drug and alcohol administrative professionals and is the most recognized authority in the field.

Issues Surrounding Common Prescription and OTC Drugs That Show Up On Drug Tests


Several legitimately prescribed medications can trigger false positive drug test results. You need to know how to deal with those situations, as well as how to recognize...

What to Expect From a Biometric Screening


Early intervention is crucial in dealing with health issues. With a biometric screening, employees will gain an understanding of their overall health, and employers can...

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Can an employer act as a Designated Employer Representative (DER) under DOT regulations?


A Designated Employer Representative (DER) has assigned duties within the Department of Transportation (DOT)'s drug testing and alcohol testing program. They also...

What does a spirometry test entail and how can workers prepare for it?


A spirometry test is a test that measures lung capacity, or the volume of air that an individual can intake into the lungs, as well as air flow. So, what we're...

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As far as employers are concerned, if they have a work site where this individual is being exposed to any respiratory toxins — that can be things like general dust...

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Spirometry testing typically includes a health history form to help determine if the person taking the test has any medical conditions that could affect their...

What are the cutoff levels for non-DOT drug tests?


Industries that fall outside of the Department of Transportation (DOT) have a range of options to explore and consider when it comes to their workplace drug testing...

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