Injury prevention and wellness
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What Employers Should Know
- American businesses spend more than $1 billion per week on the top 10 disabling, nonfatal workplace injuries.
- The leading cause of disabling work injuries is overexertion involving outside sources (lifting, pulling, pushing, holding, carrying, or throwing,) which creates more than $15 billion a year in direct costs.
- The National Safety Council reports that 13,000 American workers are injured every day - that's 1 worker every 7 seconds. Almost 1 million production days were lost from work-related injuries in 2014.
- 35% of workplace injuries are caused by overexertion, including lifting, lowering, and repetitive motions.