February 16, 2021 - Holly Foxworth

Workplace Carbon Monoxide Poisoning – What You Need to Know

Detecting invisible workplace risks is always a challenge. One such hidden hazard is carbon monoxide, a colorless and odorless gas. When inhaled, CO displaces oxygen in the blood – depriving the heart, brain, and other vital organs. Exposure to CO can quickly lead to loss of consciousness, suffocation or death – large amounts of the Read More »

January 22, 2021 - Chuck Kable

Key Takeaways: President’s Executive Order on Protecting Worker Health and Safety

Key Takeaways: President’s Executive Order on Protecting Worker Health and Safety No later than February 4, 2021, the Secretary of Labor shall issue revised guidance to employers on workplace safety during the pandemic. The Secretary of Labor shall consider if emergency temporary standards on COVID-19 are necessary and if so, issue them by March 15, Read More »

December 11, 2020 - Chitra Goel

California OSHA Emergency COVID-19 Regulations

On the 30th of November, new California OSHA Emergency COVID-19 Regulations were introduced in an effort to control the coronavirus disease outbreak at the workplace. On the 19th of November, 2020, California’s Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board made a decision after unanimously voting to adopt an Emergency COVID-19 Prevention Rule at the workplace. This Read More »

November 13, 2020 - Chitra Goel

Holiday Travel Safety Tips & Best Practices During COVID-19

Curious to know how to keep you and your family safe during this year’s holiday season? Given that travel could pose health dangers for various vulnerable populations, Axiom Medical has these holiday travel safety tips and best practices with dos and don’ts for responsible use of commercial transportation and hospitality venues during this COVID-19 pandemic. Read More »

October 30, 2020 - Chitra Goel

Top 7 Employee Suicidal Warning Signs

Workplace depression is real. Here is a list of top seven employee suicidal warning signs that every employer should pay attention to in order to help their employees. People with suicidal signs often try to hide their feelings. However, such individuals will many times demonstrate warning signals. Due to the pandemic, people are at higher Read More »

October 23, 2020 - Chitra Goel

Onsite Healthcare Trends – Benefits & The Future

As healthcare costs continue to rise, employers should look for alternative ways to support their employees with onsite healthcare services to drive affordability while improving their overall health. In a pandemic situation like this, protecting your workplace and workforce becomes more crucial than ever. With onsite healthcare and medical services, employers can provide their workforce Read More »

October 8, 2020 - Holly Foxworth

New CheckIn2Work R8 Product Updates

What’s new with CheckIn2Work? Based on the input you provided, Axiom Medical’s CheckIn2Work App has new features you’re sure to appreciate! What’s New in CheckIn2Work From reminders and languages to visual cues, CheckIn2Work R8 has something for everybody needing to screen employees for COVID-19. Check-in Reminders Having trouble remembering to check-in each day?  Not anymore!  Read More »

September 29, 2020 - Holly Foxworth

Safe Way Forward for TV and Film Crews

After a months-long pause for the film and television industry, contributing to an expected $5.5 billion loss in global revenue for 2020, many studios now have a safe way forward green light from state and local governments to resume production. Getting back to work is a relief for sidelined producers, cast, and crew.  However, without Read More »

September 11, 2020 - Holly Foxworth

4 Must-Have Elements for a Safe In-Person Return to School

Though the pandemic has brought to the forefront the vital importance of virtual education options, the focus is now shifting to return to school plans.  Schools continue to be an important part of the infrastructure of communities.  They provide safe, supportive learning environments for students.  In addition, they support economic health by employing faculty and Read More »

August 24, 2020 - Holly Foxworth

Implementing a Workplace COVID-19 Testing Program

Remember the early days of COVID-19?  Facing a drastic shortage of testing resources, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) implemented strict criteria to qualify for testing.  Criteria included physical symptoms of COVID-19, recent travel to areas of an outbreak, and/or direct contact with a person who tested positive.  Additional criteria to narrow allocation Read More »