Spring 2018: Volume 4, Issue 3

  • Leveraging occupational medicine expertise during workplace walkthroughs
  • Managing springtime allergies at work
  • Clinical Conversations: Respiratory protection, aircraft health hazards, flu vaccine, shared decision making
  • Workers’ Comp Roundup: Insurers’ worries, marijuana, opioids, low back disability
  • Healthy snacking guidelines

Winter 2018: Volume 4, Issue 2

  • Trends: transformative effects on environment, health and safety (EH&S) professionals and workplace interventions
  • Promoting healthy behavior
  • OSHA forecast
  • Clinical Conversations: Mental health, diagnostic imaging, tobacco use, pharmacy costs, artist hazard exposures, hearing conservation in mining
  • Prevention: Influenza, shingles and Zika virus updates
  • Nurturing your brain

Fall 2017: Volume 4, Issue 1 

  • Obesity trends, impacts in the workplace and proposed interventions
  • Workers’ Compensation Past, Present and Future
  • Federal Employee and Transportation Drug Testing Updates
  • Clinical Conversations: Sleep apnea, oil spill dispersant effects, exposure perceptions in cancer care
  • Health, Safety Metrics Needed to Validate Sustainability
  • Holiday Food Safety

Summer 2017: Volume 3, Issue 4

  • Workplace Mental Health: Prevent Suffering in Silence
  • Preventing and Managing Diabetes Impacts
  • Regulatory Updates
  • Clinical Conversations
    • Insights for Managing Heat-related Illness
    • Do you Discourage Employee Breaks?
    • Value of Education on Disease Management
    • Funding for Ambitious Health Research Program
    • Millions Drink Alcohol at Dangerous Levels
  • Traveling Abroad? Beware of Measles Outbreak

Spring 2017: Volume 3, Issue 3

  • First Aid or Medical Treatment? Care Management at Injury Onset Improves Results
  • Climate Change: Preparing for Occupational Exposure Risks
  • Regulatory Updates
  • Clinical Conversations
    • Do You Have a Policy on E-Cigarettes?
    • To Exercise… Perchance to Dream
    • Hearing Loss Indicators
    • MSD Psychosocial Factors in Nursing Staff
  • Company Picnic? Eat Healthy, Stay Safe

Winter 2017: Volume 3, Issue 2

  • White Collar Jobs
  • A Workers’ Compensation Cautionary Tale
  • Model Program: Enterprise-Wide Employee Safety Awareness
  • Tricks of the Trade: Promoting a Workplace Culture of Health
  • OSHA & NIOSH Update
  • Sticking to Your Resolutions

Fall 2016: Volume 3, Issue 1

  • Tomorrow Land: Wearable Devices in the Workplace
  • Craving Sweets? Could Be a Genetic Predisposition
  • Clinical Conversations
    • Workplace Fatigue Contributors
    • Genetic Explanation for Multiple Symptoms
    • Policy Promotes Decline in Opioid Prescribing
  • OSHA Updates Recommended Practices for Workplace Health and Safety Programs
  • OSHA Delays Anti-Retaliation Provision Enforcement
  • How to Avoid Holiday Grinch Syndrome
  • Becoming One with Your Desktop?

Summer 2016: Volume 2, Issue 4

  • Analysis of Injury Causes
  • Vacation Takes a Vacation
  • What is a Workplace Wellness Program?
  • Clinical Conversations
    • Occupational Complexity Improves Cognitive Function
    • Mental Health on National Agenda
    • Flu Vaccine Spray Not Recommended
    • OSHA Recordkeeping Rule Subject of Lawsuit
  • Worker Well-being

Spring 2016: Volume 2, Issue 3

  • Volunteering Promotes Company, Employee and Community Health
  • Regulators, Scientists Target Sleep Apnea in Truck Drivers
  • Regulatory Update
  • Clinical Conversations
    • Long Work Hours Linked to Cardiovascular Disease Risk
    • Opioid Prescription Guidelines Issued
    • Study Pinpoints Industries with Hearing Hazards
    • Ebola Threat Diminishes
  • What Color is Your Workspace?

Winter 2016: Volume 2, Issue 2

  • Employers, Providers Adapting
    to Era of Consumer Engagement
  • Reducing Work-Related Brain Injury Risk
  • Regulatory Update
    • OSHA
    • NIOSH
    • Departments of Justice and Labor
    • Workers’ Compensation
  • Clinical Conversations
    • Early reporting reduces disability days
    • Top 10 causes of disabling injuries
    • Opioid users get refills after overdose
    • E-cigarette flavoring chemicals
  • New Year’s Resolutions for the Workplace

Fall 2015: Volume 2, Issue 1

  • Are You Sitting Down?
  • Workers’ Compensation Claims Metrics
  • Clinical Conversations:
    • Program to Mediate Work-Family Conflict Pays Off
    • New Nurses at Increased Risk of Injury
    • OSHA Issues Guidance for Hospital & Nursing Home Inspections
    • Exploring Health Effects of Artificial Light at Night
  • Is Your Organization Prepared for Flu Season?
  • Workforce Demographics: Health and Safety Success Depends on Preparation

Summer 2015: Volume 1, Issue 4

  • OSHA Enforcing New Severe Injury Reporting Rule
  • Changing Safety Messaging in Response to Human Nature
  • Clinical Conversations:
    • Nurse case management reduces workers’ comp medical and loss costs
    • Ergonomic principles support positive business climate
    • More workers testing positive for drugs
  • Tips for Preventing & Treating Shoulder Conditions
  • Workers’ Compensation Update
  • Summer: Time to Think About Work-Life Balance

Spring 2015: Volume 1, Issue 3

  • While the Nation Tinkers with Marijuana Laws, Employers Left Holding the Bag
  • A Plea for Research to Help Prevent Chronic,
    Work-Related Disability
  • Clinical Conversations:
    • Prosthetics with a sense of touch?
    • Hand force but not repetition linked to carpal tunnel syndrome
    • Disease management program reduces health costs
    • Industries with high hearing-loss risk
  • Economic Indicators Tied to Job Satisfaction
  • OSHA Update
  • 2015 Dietary Guidelines
  • Spring Cleaning: De-clutter Your Work Space

Winter 2015: Volume 1, Issue 2

  • Employers Arming Themselves in Battle Against Opioid Addiction
  • Vitamins and other nutritional supplements: Know what you are taking and why
  • Clinical Conversations:
    • Health & safety engineering controls
    • Chronic pain self-management
    • Obesity-related work absence
    • Physical therapy outcomes
  • Steps to Stop Infectious Diseases in Their Tracks
  • OSHA Enforcing Revised Fatality, Severe Injury Reporting Rule
  • The Lighter Side of New Year’s Resolutions

Fall 2014: Volume 1, Issue 1

  • Doctor’s Desk: A Quick Word from Dr. Greaney
  • Workplace on Offense in Flu Prevention
  • Flu Vaccination Reporting an Added Responsibility
  • Determinants of Health
  • Clinical Conversations
  • Four Steps to Achieve AED Program Excellence
  • Recommended EH&S Resources
  • Laughter Is Good for You Health Curve Upsides