Workplace “Presenteeism” and Self-Care

September 7, 2021


September is National Self-Care Awareness Month, and self-care has never been more important than it is right now. Employers can help employees embrace self-treatment and a healthy lifestyle by encouraging a self-care program as part of workplace wellness efforts. The …

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Workplaces and the Delta Variant

August 24, 2021


As we all know, the Delta strain has spread rapidly through America in the past few months. With the impact on the economy, how will this affect the workplace? Employers are concerned with the possibility of another contagious outbreak which …

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National Health Center Week

August 10, 2021


This week is National Health Center Week (NHCW)! This year NHCW honors front-line providers, staff and patients who have lost their lives during the continuing COVID-19 pandemic. In commemorating lives lost, let us take a moment to recognize the important …

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National Back to School Month

August 3, 2021


The first day of school is around the corner, and now is the perfect time to get involved in this year’s Back to School Month! Safety is now more important than ever, especially with the COVID-19 Delta variant on the …

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Senior Care During COVID-19

May 25, 2021


During the COVID-19 outbreak, senior care facilities and nursing homes were identified as congregate settings at high risk for COVID-19 spread, which sent long-term care facilities into lockdown for months. These lockdowns have created a mental health crisis among senior …

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Protecting Against Occupational Noise Exposure

May 11, 2021


According to The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), about two million workers in the U.S. are exposed to hazardous noise each year. NIOSH estimates about 24% of hearing difficulty among workers is caused by occupational exposures to …

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How Natural Light Affects Workplace Productivity

June 3, 2020


We are always looking for ways to improve office culture and boost morale. Inevitably, a healthier office culture will increase productivity and therefore overall office efficiency. There are many studies outlining various ways to improve office surroundings, but as it …

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Filtration Focus with COVID-19 Fears

May 20, 2020


In health care facilities, cleaning instruments and surfaces may not be enough to achieve maximum cleanliness and maintain patient health. It is a good idea to focus on indoor air quality to keep facilities free of contaminants. Air that contains …

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Is Thermal Screening the future?

May 13, 2020


With all the chaos surrounding COVID-19, thermal screening is becoming increasingly popular. The recognition rate of a fever using thermal screening is more than 99.995%, and the technology alerts you right away. We are looking into providing thermal screening implementation …

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4 Simple Ways to Create a Healthier Workplace

April 3, 2020


  Employee health is key to running a successful business. Sick, listless and uncomfortable employees aren’t productive. Help employees improve their posture: Ergonomic chairs that provide full back and neck support. Gaming chairs might look silly, but they are amazingly …

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