Are you looking for an occupational health partner, but having trouble sorting through the noise? You know, endless marketing material and self-promotional plugs. Join us for a roundtable discussion of questions to ask and qualities to search for on your journey to finding the perfect occupational health partner. From health promotion to injury management, we talk through the issues that matter most to you – the consumer. From conflicts of interest, data sharing, education and even value – we lay out the facts. This is one episode that can’t be missed!
In light of the ASSP’s strong statement, calling the absence of a reduction in the workplace incidence rate “unacceptable” and advocating for employers to embrace Total Worker Health approaches, one has to ask several questions: What is Total Worker Health? What are the benefits? How should a program be implemented? Join us as Axiom Medical’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Scott Cherry, answers all these questions and more.
What is the significance of an experience modifier and what steps can your business take to impact the rate? Join us as we ask and get answers for all things EMR from Kyle Schielack and Alan Ponder of Higginbotham Insurance. From understanding sliding scale calculations to implementing best practice safety initiatives, you have the power to take control of your experience modification rate and lower workers’ comp costs.
With the alarming frequency of active mass shootings in the workplace, every business needs an emergency response plan! Join us EMS & Tactical Unit Operations Supervisor, Josh Taylor, explains the importance of being prepared, how to establish disaster plans, conducting drills and available resources to assist you. Everyone thinks it will never happen in their town or business. However, the reality is that it can and has!
Host: Holly Foxworth, RN Corporate Marketing Executive, Axiom Medical
Guest: Josh Taylor, EMS & Tactical Unit Operations Supervisor, Community Volunteer Fire Department
Video Podcast: https://youtu.be/dPmCC9FdEx4
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Do you ever feel like you’re being held hostage to employee abuse of FMLA? Could you benefit from having a plan to proactively address absence management? Join us as we discuss the infamous Caribbean “booze” cruise taken by Chicago employees using FMLA intermittent leave. Tony Taylor will provide action based solutions to help you take back control and effectively manage your employee leave process today.
January 2020 will bring big changes with the rollout of FMCSA’s Clearinghouse. Join us as Kelli Billings discusses what every employer will need to know. From registration to drug/alcohol testing process expectations, we’ve got the answers!
With over 40% of adults now obese and trends continuing to rise, it's time shine a light on this epidemic! Join us as "medical futurist" Dr. Joseph Galati discusses workplace obesity and strategies for reversing damage and taking control of your health.
With $359 billion being wasted on conflict in the workplace, isn't it time to turn our focus towards conflict resolution and positive productivity? Join us as Kelly Peck, Employment Relations Business Partner for Organizational Consulting and Resolution Management at Texas A&M University, explains how effective employee mediation can be in your conflict resolution management plan!
Employee injuries – completely unavoidable no more! Join us as we take you behind the scenes for a look at the new proactive approach for preventing employee injuries. Thomas B. Gilliam, Ph.D., President/Founder for IPCS explains how new functional capacity evaluation (FCE) technology is building a safer workforce by offering employers a “try before you buy” scientific screening solution for ensuring hiring candidates physically have what it will take to get the job done!
For our inaugural episode, we kick off our podcast with Denis Baker, HSE leader for Ferguson Fire & Fabrication. Denis is a leadership expert, and motivational speaker who shares with us his ‘balanced approach’ 5 tier elements, essential for every safety program to have in place. We also get into the nitty gritty with him about how to navigate around those barriers when the going gets tough, specific steps safety leaders can take to start implementing change for a safer workforce, and where he sees safety headed. A colorful past, and a successful career in the safety world makes Denis a don’t miss interview!