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The Top 5 Worker’s Compensation Providers

Why is choosing the right workers' compensation insurance so critical? As the COVID-19 economy continues to affect employment numbers from coast to coast and workers’ comp premiums plummet, choosing the right workers' compensation insurance is more critical than ever....

Increase Worker Safety in Construction with IoT

If you own a construction business or work in construction, you understand the hazards of the job. According to OSHA, one in five worker deaths in 2019 occurred in the construction industry - making construction the most dangerous industry to work in. 2018 saw more...

How IoT Can Help Reduce Fraudulent Workers’ Compensation Claims

Some jobs are more dangerous than others. Construction, for example, is one of the most dangerous industries to work in. But, while instituting safety protocols can help reduce injuries, regulations won’t affect how many fraudulent workers' compensation claims are...

Top Health and Safety Hazards in the Oil & Gas Industry

The energy industry is a highly lucrative field. And, aside from national defense, most innovations and inventions in America have arisen from this industry. For example, patent filings in earth drilling, the single largest oil & gas technology area, have grown at...

Health and Safety Concerns in Warehousing and Transportation in 2020

Health and Safety Concerns in Warehousing and Transportation in 2020

In light of COVID19, warehousing and logistics organizations are slated to make dynamic changes to their operations. The continued supply chain uncertainty has prompted KPMG to recommend a focus on resiliency through a more agile micro-network of suppliers. Aside from...

Covid-19 and Industrial IoT In Energy and Manufacturing

Covid-19 and Industrial IoT In Energy and Manufacturing

As Industry 4.0 fuels Globalization 4.0, the manufacturing industry continues its shift from analog to digital processes. Yet, this phase of socioeconomic change is rife with unforeseen challenges that threaten the transformation of global systems. For example, the...

How Telematics Can Keep Your Construction Crews Safe

How Telematics Can Keep Your Construction Crews Safe

Safety is a major concern in the construction industry. According to OSHA, approximately 20% of worker deaths in 2018 occurred in construction. The “Fatal Four” causes of death were falls, electrocutions, collapsing equipment/structures, and struck-by-object...