Introducing the Spring 2017 Edition of Vitality Atlas

This edition of WorkCare’s quarterly publication features a cover story about differences between non-recordable first-aid interventions and recordable medical treatment.

Other topics include:

  • Preparing for workplace climate change effects
  • OSHA regulatory and NIOSH updates
  • Clinical Conversations: vaping policies, hearing loss detection, MSDs in nursing, sleep and exercise links
  • Planning a safe and healthy outdoor company event


Introducing the Winter 2017 Edition of Vitality Atlas

This edition features a cover story about employee health and injury prevention in white-collar workplaces.

Other topics include:

  • A humane approach to workers’ compensation claims management
  • Model program: Enterprise-wide employee safety awareness
  • Tricks of the Trade: Promoting a culture of health
  • OSHA regulatory update
  • Sticking to your resolutions

Introducing the Fall 2016 Edition of Vitality Atlas

This edition features a cover story about future workplace applications for wearable electronic devices.
Other topics include:
• Diet and genetics
• Adolescent worker toxic exposure risks
• OSHA’s updated Health & Safety Program recommendations
• Avoiding holiday Grinch syndrome

Introducing the Summer 2016 Edition of Vitality Atlas

This edition features a cover story about leveraging data on work-related injury causes and costs to gain traction for your intervention efforts. Other topics include:

  • Skipping vacation – bad for business?
  • Wellness program parameters clarified
  • Complex jobs stimulate your brain
  • Workers’ comp coding changes proposed
  • Lawsuit targets OSHA recordkeeping rule
  • 10 tips for a mentally healthy workplace

Spring 2016 Edition of Vitality Atlas

Did you know that volunteering promotes good health? This edition of Vitality Atlas features a cover story on the ways in which employers and employees benefit when workers volunteer their time and expertise to worthy causes. Temporary work assignments in non-profit agencies also provide a feasible return-to-work alternative while “giving back.”
Other topics in this edition:

  • Targeting sleep apnea in commercial drivers
  • Federal regulatory update
  • Long work hours linked to heart disease
  • New opioid prescription guidelines
  • Industries with hearing-loss risks
  • Do colors in your workplace affect mood?

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Heat-related Illness: Response and Prevention

OSHA Lowers Respirable Crystalline Silica Permissible Exposure Limit

Zika Virus: Travel Precautions and Mosquito-bite Prevention (Updated: May 17, 2016)

Carbon Monoxide in the Workplace

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OSHA Recordkeeping Rule Subject Of Lawsuit

OSHA Introduces Long-Awaited Respirable Crystalline Silica Dust Final Rule