You know workers’ compensation claims are expensive.
But unless you know the true cost of workplace injuries, chances are it’s a lot worse than you think.
When you’re calculating the cost of on-the-job injuries, it’s natural to start with workers’ compensation payments, medical expenses, and the legal fees that come with them. In fact, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) estimates that these direct costs amount to nearly $1 billion a week. But don’t stop there.
Direct costs are only part of the total expense of a workplace injury, and often not nearly the largest. Our whitepaper explores the often hidden costs of an on-the-job injury. In this paper you’ll learn:
- Why indirect costs can be 3-4 times higher than direct costs alone.
- Why your insurance company thinks lots of little injuries may be worse than a very few big ones.
- How the key to reducing injuries is not hiring them in the first place
This whitepaper is important for you if:
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