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Mitigating the Risks Associated with Work-Related Injuries
Truckload Academy Live Learning Webinar Description
December 20, 2017
This webinar provides 1 CE credit toward the Truckload Academy Human Resources Certificate (HR-RR), Recruitment Certificate (REC-DR), or Retention Certificate (RET-IDR or RET-EE) and re-certification of the Truckload Academy Fleet Manager Certification (CFM).
The trucking industry faces many challenges in the realm of work-related injuries. With the combination of poor driver health and the demands of the road, carriers are feeling the pain of major insurance coverage costs and lost productivity due to drivers not being able to work. Given pre-existing driver recruiting and retention difficulties, solutions are needed that keep expenses down and our most vital asset, our drivers, healthy, safe and on the job.
You will hear, firsthand, scientifically-proven strategies for addressing the most common work-comp injury risks: sprains, strains and overexertion. Learn cost-effective methods for both incorporating pre-employment testing into your hiring processes and managing post-injury treatment so that employees can safely return to work. Real-world experiences and best practices from a TCA carrier member will also be offered.
After attending this Live Learning webinar, you will be able to:
Owners; CEOs; COOs; vice presidents; risk managers; recruiting and retention staff; safety, operations, maintenance and human resources personnel; driver managers
Member Participation Sponsored
Cottingham & Butler is the 30th largest insurance broker in the U.S. and a recognized leader in offering innovative property & casualty and employee benefits insurance solutions. The company is a recognized leader in the transportation industry, providing employee benefits consulting, health care services, transportation risk solutions, safety services and claims management to fleets of every size and demographic. Cottingham & Butler serves over 5,000 clients across 47 states, and employs more than 800 industry professionals across the U.S.
Cost Reduction Technologies (CRT) is a physical therapist-owned company that has provided isokinetic evaluations, which are the only diagnostic evaluations capable of identifying soft-tissue injuries scientifically, to employers since 1999. CRT’s involvement with physical therapy groups across the US supports its initiative to mitigate the cost of managing work comp injuries by reducing the frequency and cost of workplace soft-tissue strains and sprains. The CRT post-injury test can determine the severity of injuries, measure improvement during rehabilitation, and identify when an employee can return to work.
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