The Well Workplace

Driver Wellness Blog 3: Supplements

Posted by Deborah Lechner
Jun 11, 2020 7:40:24 AM

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Fighting Driver Fatigue: Top 5 Wellness Strategies - Supplements

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A Really Bad Surprise is Returning to Work After COVID

Posted by Deborah Lechner
Jun 11, 2020 7:30:29 AM

A Really Bad Surprise is Returning to Work After COVID

A Really Bad Surprise is Returning to Work After COVID

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Fighting Driver Fatigue: Top 5 Wellness Strategies: Eat, Drink and Be Healthy

Posted by Deborah Lechner
Jun 5, 2020 7:31:17 AM

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Reduce Fatigue with food?

At first glance it seems too simplistic. Can eating the right foods really affect driver fatigue? The answer is a resounding “Yes!” Eating the right food is essential not just to a driver’s overall health but to energy levels as well. If drivers eat too much of the wrong foods, on the other hand, they’ll fatigue much more quickly.

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Top 5 Wellness Strategies for Fighting Driver Fatigue: Introduction

Posted by Deborah Lechner
Jun 4, 2020 7:34:12 AM

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Fighting Driver Fatigue

Introduction to wellness strategies.

In this time of the COVID-19 crisis, it’s more important than ever to stay as healthy as possible.  It’s one of the most important things everyone can do – besides social distancing.  Why?  It’s a known fact that those who are less healthy are more apt to contract the virus and when they do, the symptoms are often more severe.  In this series of blogs, we’re going to talk about ways that truck drivers can maximize their health – especially those very important drivers who are delivering essential supplies to the public. 

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Pre-Hire Testing in the Time of Social Distancing:  How can you safely test?

Posted by Deborah Lechner
Apr 13, 2020 4:15:18 PM

Four Steps to Keep Your Driver Safe During COVID 19.

Even in this time of the COVID-19 Crisis, you need to hire employees who can safely perform the physical requirements of their jobs.  

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Introducing WebPAT ReMote

Posted by Deborah Lechner
Mar 30, 2020 8:45:13 AM

Yes, this COVID-19 pandemic is frightening. And yes, we should restrict our activities to only those that are essential.  

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Sending your industrial athletes home due to COVID-19?

Posted by Deborah Lechner
Mar 20, 2020 2:25:24 PM

When employees are not working for an extended period of time and then suddenly return to their regular duties, a significant increase in injury rates is a virtual certainty. 

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Post Crisis Injury Explosion:  What you need to know

Posted by Deborah Lechner
Mar 18, 2020 9:00:00 AM

What’s the last thing you want to deal with after the COVID-19 Crisis is over?  Most likely, at the top of your list, is an explosion of injuries among returning workers.

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A breath of fresh air - Understanding OSHA's new rules for workplace silica

Posted by Lane Savage
Sep 29, 2017 10:51:17 AM

When considering applicants for physically demanding jobs, it’s hardly surprising that most hiring managers think ‘strength’ first. After all, if work requires heavy lifting, carrying and climbing, applicants lacking the musculoskeletal capacity to perform those tasks probably aren’t cut out for that kind of work. But there’s more to physical ability than muscle and bone.

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What hiring looks like post-PAT implementation

Posted by Deborah Lechner
Aug 23, 2017 11:05:27 AM

A bad hire for a physically demanding job results in decreased productivity, higher turnover and greater risk of workplace injury. Physical Abilities Testing makes the hiring process much simpler for those charged with the task of hiring new employees, especially in physically demanding industries like transportation, logistics and distribution, utilities, manufacturing and construction.

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