OSHA's New Silica Standard Contains Key Medical Surveillance Requirements

Last March, OSHA issued a final silica standard to reduce lung cancer, COPD, and other diseases caused by exposure to respirable crystalline silica.  Deadlines for compliance standards, which involves medical surveillance for individuals who are occupationally exposed to respirable crystalline silica, start to kick in next year. 

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posted on 12.04.2017

Medical Marijuana: Miracle Drug or Safety Nightmare?

This article contains everything you need to know about marijuana- its' uses, risks, laws, and how it can affect workplace safety. 

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posted on 08.01.2017

The Powassan Virus: What You Should Know

The POW virus can affect you or someone you know. Read these tips to learn more and stay protected.

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posted on 06.20.2017

Can Employers Screen Employees for Prescription Medication Usage?

For employers, testing for prescription drug use is becoming an increasingly gray area. 

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posted on 04.12.2017

Visit AllOne Health at WasteExpo 2017

Visit AllOne Health at WasteExpo 2017 in New Orleans, LA from May 8-11.

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posted on 03.22.2017

Playing the Odds With Commerical Driver Substance Abuse

The chances of a DOT driver testing positive for drug or alcohol use are very low, but with fines as high as $25,000 to $30,000 per violation, it only takes one incident to reinforce the need to work with medical service providers that ensure that your program is in compliance.

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posted on 03.14.2017

Visit AllOne Health at OSC17

Visit AllOne Health at the Ohio Safety Congress & Expo in Columbus, Ohio from March 8-10.

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posted on 03.01.2017

How Knowing Ourselves Well Can Create Healthier Habits

We all hear lots of information, especially around the New Year, about making and breaking habits.  But does a "one-size fits all" way of creating a goal for an individual really work?  Or can it be tailored more to your own unique personality?

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posted on 02.23.2017

The Invisible Impact of Absenteeism

Absenteeism is a chronic problem for U.S. employers, with costs estimated at $3,600 per hourly employee per year.  When a company has hundreds or thousands of employees, the costs add up.

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posted on 02.15.2017

Feds Moving Closer to Screening Truckers for Sleep Apnea

Studies have found that almost 28 percent of commercial truckers have mild to severe sleep apnea.  Soon, it might be required that all commercial truckers, bus drivers and railroad workers be screened for the condition.

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posted on 02.08.2017

AllOne Health Announces the Acquisition of Reach EAP

AllOne Health is pleased to announce its acquisition of Reach EAP.

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posted on 02.03.2017

Top 5 Occupational Safety & Health Issues to Watch in 2017

See 2017's Top Occupational Safety and Health Trends to Watch For.

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posted on 01.24.2017

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
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