A vertical, linear graphic titled, “What Small Employers Should Know About Occupational Health.”
Following the title, “What Small Employers Should Know About Occupational Health,” a sub-headline states, “In 2013 alone, there were 3 million non-fatal workplace injuries and illnesses reported in the United States.” Below this, four sections are used to explain four important points that small employers should know about occupational health care and the impact of workplace injuries. These are:
Even one injury can have a major impact on your business.
- Workers’ compensation claims cost employers an estimated $1 billion per week.
An occupational health plan can help you minimize workplace risks.
- Occupational health providers can help you identify and control workplace hazards.
If an employee does get injured, an occupational health plan can limit the impact on your business.
- Employees don’t always have to stay away from work while recovering from an injury. An occupational health provider can recommend limited-duty plans that enable employees to continue to work while they recover.
Protecting your employees today can pay off tomorrow.
- A good health and safety program can save you $4-$6 for every $1 invested.
The graphic concludes with a final statement centered beneath the other four sections. This reads “Your employees are your most valuable resource. Taking care of them is taking care of your business.”
The graphic is presented in a vertical roadmap or timeline style featuring a dashed orange line running vertically down the center of the image. Beneath the title is a stylized graphic featuring overlapping circles in green, orange, and blue with a white overlay of a “small-town” building silhouettes, including a storefront with a striped awning, a water tower, and a barn.
The four main points regarding the importance of occupational health care for small employers are arranged with two on the left side of the dashed orange line and two on the right side of the dashed orange line, alternating in a left-right-left-right orientation. Each of the four sections features a multicolored icon or graphic corresponding to the text. These include an icon of an injured employee in blue and white, a triangular warning sign in yellow and red, a running man icon in green surrounded by a circular blue arrow, and white dollar sign over a purple shield.
At the bottom of the orange dashed line is a large orange circle centered in the middle of the image. The concluding statement is shown in the orange circle in white text. Bolded statements and headlines are shown in orange and blue, while the remainder of the text is gray.