NEWS & MEDIA

7 Tips for Working in Extreme Cold

Extreme cold temperatures have gripped the nation this week and don't appear to be relenting anytime soon. This can be a dangerous time to be outside, especially for those who work outside all day. AllOne Health has provided information on how to stay warm in the cold and how to notice the warning signs of hypothermia.

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posted on 01.17.2017

AllOne Health Executive Leader Deborah Talbot, RN, COHN-S/CM Featured in Safety + Health Magazine

We all work in a close work environment. When one person becomes ill, we all seem to get sick. Are there any safeguards we can put in place to minimize the spread of viruses and infections among co-workers?

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posted on 02.24.2016

Your Complete Guide to Understanding and Managing Stress

The American Psychological Association recently released a report on stress in America. Read this guide to find statistics on the types of stress that affect us most and possible ways to deal with stress. Also included in this guide is an article about workplace stress and a free webinar that explores the topic of personal resilience and how it can help manage stress.

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posted on 12.21.2015

E-Cigarettes in the Workplace

E-Cigarettes have become hugely popular in the past few years. But questions still remain about their overall safety and the use of them. AllOne Health wants to keep you informed on all aspects of workforce health and safety so we have outlined some aspects to think of in regards to e-cigarettes.

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posted on 11.10.2015

The Real Cost of Workplace Injuries and How to Prevent Them

Injuries to muscles, bones or joints cost businesses billions of dollars a year. In this article you will find key statistics about these injuries, as well as techniques that can prevent extreme costs in the long run. 

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posted on 10.29.2015

Are You Prepared for Employees' Exposure to Heavy Metals?

With 35 OSHA regulated heavy metals it can be difficult for organizations to stay on top of compliance. This article provides background and solutions for handling heavy metals. 

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posted on 09.24.2015

The Benefits of Pre-Work Screening Programs

Pre-work screenings have been found to provide an extraordinary return on investment. Find out just how much these programs can save your organization.

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posted on 09.17.2015

Decrease in the Death Rate in the Oil & Gas Industry

A new CDC report has found a decline in the death rate in the oil & gas industry. The report also delves into possible explanations for this trend and how organziations can continue to increase safety throughout the industry.

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posted on 07.22.2015

Commonly Overlooked OSHA Standards

With so many standards on the books it can be a daunting task to stay aware of and in compliance with OSHA standards. Not carefully reading these rules carries the risk of injury or fines. With that in mind this article takes a look at some of the most commonly overlooked standards.

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posted on 07.14.2015

A Safety Guide for Outdoor Workers

Working outdoors is always a challenge. This time of year there are numerous obstacles to contend with: seasonal allergies, poison ivy, mosquitos, and ticks included. AllOne Health has created a guide to help workers remain safe when working outdoors this time of year.

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posted on 06.03.2015

Handle Heat Hazards with Prevention and Preparation

After shaking off the last remnants of winter and welcoming warmer weather it is important to remind ourselves of the challenges associated with rising temperatures. Associate Corporate Medical Director Brian Morris, MD, JD, MBA, has provided important information and tips for staying safe and productive when working in the heat.

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posted on 05.12.2015

Tuberculosis: Still a Modern Threat

Tuberculosis is not something that most people consider a threat in today's day and age. However the disease has not been eradicated and still poses a major threat across the globe. Learn all about TB and how to keep yourself and your organization safe.

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posted on 05.07.2015

One of the Biggest Reasons Workers Don't Return from Injury

One of the biggest reasons that workers don't return from injury is depression. Many workers who sustain both minor and major injuries will suffer from episodes of depression. This article includes important information about post-injury depression.

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posted on 03.17.2015

Understanding the New OSHA Recordkeeping Requirements

New changes to federal OSHA recordkeeping requirements went into effect January 1. Read this article to learn what has changed and how to ensure organizational compliance.

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posted on 03.10.2015

Importance of a Safety Culture in the Workplace

In the summer of 2014 CDC workers were potentially exposed to dangerous substances. This situation is an example of the importance of instilling a culture of safety within the workplace.

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posted on 01.14.2015

Surviving the Stresses of the Holiday Season: A Guide

The holiday season is supposed to be a relaxing time meant for spending time with friends and familiy and reflect back on the year. In reality however, the holidays come filled with stress of all varieties. There are work, family, and friend obligations that all need attention and in the end the holidays can feel more like a burden than a chance to receuperate.

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posted on 12.15.2014

Corporate Medical Director Fred Kohanna, MD, MBA, FACOEM Presenting at OSHA Oil and Gas Conference

Dr. Kohanna will be presenting on the topic of infectious disease in the workplace and the problems posed to the oil and gas industry.

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posted on 12.01.2014

The Dangers of Ebola Waste Disposal

The news surrounding the recent Ebola outbreak has seemingly slowed down. However, there are still very serious issues at play. For instance, all of the waste generated during the treatment of infected individuals needs to be disposed of safely.

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posted on 11.20.2014

The Long Term Benefits of Audiometric Testing

Hearing loss is a serious issue, especially in the occupational health industry, that often gets overlooked and brushed aside. But hearing loss can result in serious injury and costs. Learn more about audiometric testing and how it can positively affect your workplace.

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posted on 11.13.2014

Quarantines During the Ebola Outbreak

With so much debate about quarantine procedures as it pertains to the Ebola outbreak, Associate Corporate Medical Director Brian Morris, MD, JD, MBA, MPR has provided an overview of the current quarantine situation.

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posted on 10.30.2014

Recent Developments in the Ebola Outbreak

There have been some recent positive developments in the Ebola outbreak. Read about breakthroughs with possible vaccines and treatments. 

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posted on 10.23.2014

Leading Indicators: The Future for Great Safety Performance

An ASSE webinar that will teach you the best indicators for safety performance, presented by an expert in the safety field.

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posted on 09.16.2014

Are You Ready for the Summer? A Guide for Staying Safe in the Heat!

It is officially the start of Summer, and with temperatures on the rise AllOne Health is bringing you a resource guide to keep you safe in the heat.

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posted on 06.24.2014

Everything You Need to Know About Ticks

Spring is the most active time of the year for ticks. This webinar includes all of the information you need to keep the ticks away.

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posted on 05.21.2014

Scary Incident Highlights Importance of DOT Changes Going Into Effect This Week

The new DOT changes are going into effect! See a real world example of why they are so important.

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posted on 05.20.2014

Preventing Heat Related Illness

During the hot summer months, heat safety is extremely important for outdoor workers. With updated content, and an interactive question and answer session, AllOne Health provided a forum surrounding heat safety.

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posted on 08.08.2013
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