Combating the Opioid Epidemic: A Prescription for Success
August 3 - 10:00 AM EST
As the US, including the Workers’ Compensation industry as whole, continues to see an increase of Opioid prescriptions and dependency, it is more important than ever to discuss how to combat this ongoing epidemic. Through this webinar we will give an overview of the issues with Opioids in the Work Comp arena, as well as discuss the many tools and best practices that Key Risk utilizes to minimize Opioid use and drive better outcomes on claims. Partnership with our clients is key to making sure we are setting up every injured worker for a successful recovery and return to work.
2017 Upcoming Webinar Topics
August 24th - 10:00 AM EST
Key Risk Resources
This webinar will highlight resources available from Key Risk to help you maximize the effectiveness of your risk management efforts. We’ll discuss MasterKey Connects, our video library, and Essentials resources program. We’ll answer your questions and provide valuable information to help you manage your program.
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Featured SafetyConnection Topics
According to the Occupational Safety & Health Administration, there are approximately 13 million active drug users in the workplace. Alcohol and drug abuse are serious issues that create hazardous workplace environments. Given that nearly 70% of current drug users are employed, becoming familiar with the signs and symptoms of substance abuse is important to promoting a safe workplace.
Effective January 1, 2017, OSHA will revise its requirements for recording and submitting records of workplace injuries and illnesses. These revisions will require that some recorded information be submitted to OSHA electronically. This SafetyConnection will summarize important changes you will need to be aware of for next year.
There are OSHA standards that specifically require implementation of Emergency Action Plans that require compliance with the Emergency Action Plan Standard (1910.138). This SafetyConnection covers each of the required elements of an Emergency Action Plan, and will help guide you while creating a safe and effective plan for the employees in your workplace.