Wake Up to the Risks of Sleep Apnea
The 2011 landmark case between Celadon Trucking and widow Wanda Lindsay is the first to directly link untreated sleep apnea, which can be managed easily, to a truck driver’s crash. U.S. estimates reveal that of the 6.8 million commercial drivers on the road in 2010, the year Lindsay died, between 1.9 million and 4 million drivers had some form a sleep apnea. Because the condition is so common among truckers, legal experts believe the Celadon case will have a national impact on the transportation industry.
Workers' Comp: Reducing Cost & Employee Injuries
Have you implemented policies, procedures and training that prevents workplace injuries? If a claim occurs, are you confident that claim costs are as low as possible and the injured employee returns to work in a timely manner? Do you feel helpless when it comes to costs associated with workers’ compensation? Read this white paper to gain insight regarding how you can implement primary and secondary prevention strategies in your workplace.