Category Archives: Workers’ Compensation

Workers Compensation Cost

Workers Compensation Cost - How Much Money are you Leaving on the Table? Workers Compensation Cost be it MOD, EMR, Ex-Mod…Call it what you want; this little number has a big impact on the amount of premium you are paying for Workers Compensation insurance.  For many business owners, their Experience Modification Rating is a bit…
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Discover strategies for controlling workers’ compensation claims

How does Workers’ Compensation affect my Business? Workers’ Compensation costs depend on the incidents that occur at your facility as well as the frequency of those incidents and can have a powerful impact on your company’s bottom line. What are key components? Workers’ Compensation premiums are based on the number of losses your company has…
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The Second Injury Fund

The Second Injury Fund and How it Can Help Your NH Business Reduce Workers Compensation Costs There exists in NH a little known and underutilized mechanism that gives employers the ability to reduce their workers compensation cost. Do I have your attention? Good, here is how it works…If you own or operate a business in…
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OSHA Record Keeping and Reporting Requirements

OSHA Record Keeping and Reporting Requirements For those organizations subject to OSHA’s record keeping requirements, please remember to post your OSHA 300A by February 1st .  While there have been a number of record-keeping and reporting changes, the requirement to post your OSHA 300A from February 1 to April 30 remains intact.  Prior to posting,…
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AMA’s New Obesity Classification Could Impact Your Bottom Line

AMA’s New Obesity Classification Could Impact Your Bottom Line The American Medical Association (AMA) has recently reclassified obesity as a “treatable disease.”  The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) defines obesity as a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or higher.  An individual’s BMI is determined by their height and weight ratio. Due to…
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