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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...

Straight From the Experts: How Are Companies Dealing with Stress & Mental Health Issues in the Workplace?


Consider these expert opinions on how they like to deal with stress and mental health issues around the office/job site.

Do Workplace Wellness Programs Save Employers Money?


Medical care costs are expensive, but necessary. However, implementing a workplace wellness program can help improve both your employees' health and your bottom line.

4 Reasons Your Transportation Business Should Use an MVR Check


An MVR check may seem like yet another thing to worry about during the hiring process. However, it can actually make your life easier in the long run by helping keep...

7 Ergonomic Aids for Employees Who Work in a Standing Position


7 ergonomic aids to help prevent injuries for standing workers.

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...

7 Tricks to Limit Risk in Safety-Sensitive Workplace Positions


If risks in a safety-sensitive workplace aren't addressed, it can translate into a higher employee turnover, reduced productivity, occupational injuries and extra...

The Well-Trained Brain: How to Implement Mindfulness Training in the Office


For employees, the office can be a busy and occasionally chaotic place. Implementing mindfulness can help encourage clearer thinking and combat stress.

8 Steps To Reduce Workers' Compensation Costs


Workers' compensation costs can place a heavy burden on employers, especially since they're on the rise. Here are 8 effective steps to reduce those costs and ensure your...

5 Tips for Creating Ergonomic Workstations for Employees


Employees spend hours every week at work, so the environment is crucial. While it may be tempting to skimp on workstations, incorporating ergonomics into your work...

An In-Depth Look at the Accuracy of Drug Tests


Drug testing is a key component of any workplace health and safety program. However, it can be tough to know what kind of testing is the best fit. This guide explains...

Office Desks: Sitting vs. Standing


Many people know about the negative health implications of sitting all day. A standing desk seems like the perfect solution — however, even they have limitations, and...

The 8 Most Dangerous Safety Sensitive Positions


Individuals in safety sensitive positions have a lot of responsibility. They are tasked with keeping both themselves, and often their employees or passengers, safe.

Introduction to Hazard Identification Studies


Everything you need to know about the purpose and process of hazard identification studies in the workplace.

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Who Does DOT Regulation 49 CFR Part 40 Cover?


The Department of Transportation (DOT) rule 49 CFR part 40 describes the required procedures for conducting workplace drug testing and alcohol testing. It covers all...

Who issues rulings and interpretations on DOT Rule 49 CFR Part 40?


The Department of Transportation (DOT) rule 49 CFR part 40 describes the required procedures for conducting workplace drug testing and alcohol testing. It covers...

What materials are used during DOT drug testing urine specimen collection?


The Department of Transportation (DOT) requires that specific materials are used during the drug testing urine specimen collection process.A collection kit containing...

What materials are used during DOT drug testing to send urine specimens to the laboratory?


The Department of Transportation (DOT) has very specific guidelines that must be followed throughout the drug testing process. Sending a urine specimen to the laboratory...

What are some of the key things employers need to consider about ergonomics in the workplace?


The first thing that any employer needs to take into consideration is that they need to make sure all of the functions that an individual is doing on a job site actually...

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