Respirators are an integral part of workplace safety — and medical evaluations are crucial to ensure they're being used properly.
While it's easy to determine your company policy on illegal drug use or prescription drug abuse, legitimate prescriptions are often a grey area.
Reasonable suspicion testing can help ensure your workplace is a safe space for employees and the public.
A guide to designating jobs as safety sensitive and understanding why it matters and what it means for your workers and workplace.
Is your company gearing up for an FTA Drug and Alcohol Compliance Audit? This will take you through every step of the process so you're completely ready.
Work breaks are necessary in the workplace for employee health and company productivity.
From cost to access, there's a lot to consider about mental health in the workplace — and these 22 shocking statistics will give you a whole new perspective.
Boost your wellness program by incorporating apps that address various aspects of wellness.
Inspections can be daunting, but they're necessary for the safety of your company. Help your employees deal with the stress of an inspection by preparing them for what...
In order for a workplace wellness program to be successful, employees must be willing to make a change— that's where the behavior change model comes in.
Even the best workplace wellness program won't be effective if employee aren't interested — luckily, there are a few easy ways to increase participation and engagement.
Still trying to figure out what the new FMCSA Clearinghouse Final Rule requires of employers? This will help you make sense of the new regulations.
Employers who have workers that perform or supervise safety sensitive work may choose to test their workers for sleep apnea. This may include such occupations as...
Some key symptoms of sleep apnea that may present in the workplace are morning headache, memory loss, irritability, difficulty concentrating and/or excessive daytime...
Untreated sleep apnea has been linked to heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke, depression, diabetes and other serious medical conditions. Workers that are employed...
A fatal flaw is a critical error that was made during the collection process that cannot be corrected. Primarily, fatal flaws are related to lab-based testing, as...