June 27, 2018 - Holly Foxworth

Early and Often Silica Testing Could Have Changed Carl’s Life

Spend less than a minute with Carl and you can immediately see his pride and joy comes from Charlie, his varsity baseball playing grandson.  Carl recites batting averages and game stats as though he were the one playing in the game. Unfortunately, Carl has to watch the games not from the stands, but from videos Read More »

May 30, 2018 - Holly Foxworth

Keep It Clean: 3 Housekeeping Techniques That Prevent Employee Injury

  These days, no one is safe from injury. In today’s busy, growing ‘to-do list’ world, workplace injury continues to cost billions of dollars per year to employers, and millions of dollars in lost wages for employees. We’re breaking down injury prevention so that employers (and their employees) stay safer at work by doing some Read More »

November 30, 2017 - Holly Foxworth

National Flu Vaccination Week; Employee Health

It’s National Flu Vaccination Week! Help us raise awareness about important employee health influenza (flu) prevention actions, including receiving a flu vaccine every year. Preventive actions, including covering your nose and mouth when you sneeze or cough and limiting your contact with others if you become sick, can also help prevent the spread of flu. Read More »

October 17, 2017 - Holly Foxworth

Is an Injury or Illness Actually Work Related?

When it comes to classifying injuries and illnesses, most tend to focus on OSHA recordability, such as whether the injury or illness is considered first aid, restricted duty, lost time, etc. However, the most critical question many times overlooked is whether the injury or illness is actually work related. According to OSHA Recording and Reporting Read More »

October 4, 2017 - Holly Foxworth

Overcoming the “Take it Easy” Work Restriction Curse

Anybody who has been involved with employee injuries can likely recall situations in which an injured worker sought formal medical treatment and was told by a healthcare provider to “take it easy” or listed their work status as “light duty”. The curse lies in the interpretation of what duties the employee may perform and how Read More »

August 18, 2017 - Holly Foxworth

5 Tips for Treating Occupational Back Sprains/Strains without a Clinic Visit

Did you know that about 80% of adults are estimated to experience a back injury in their lifetime with more than one million injuries occurring in the workplace every year? Despite your best prevention efforts, you need to know your options for treatment. First, what is the difference between a back sprain and a back Read More »

August 3, 2017 - Holly Foxworth

Respiratory Testing Made Easy

With all the talk about respiratory testing requirements, Axiom OHP is here to deliver the facts about what is needed to keep you ahead of the game. According to OSHA, an employer must provide a medical evaluation to determine an employee’s medical eligibility for respirator use.   Many times, the physician or licensed healthcare professional Read More »

July 17, 2017 - Holly Foxworth

5 Common Misconceptions About Incident Case Management

How many times have you heard these misconceptions: Holly FoxworthHolly is an ER nurse by trade, but loves content marketing.  She was born outside the box and believes everything is better with “sprinkles and sparkles”.  She is passionate about impacting lives and uses marketing as her platform for sharing practical solutions to address real life Read More »

June 26, 2017 - Holly Foxworth

Driving Dirty – Positive DOT Testing Results on the Rise

They’re headed north; positive DOT drug testing rates that is! Holly FoxworthHolly is an ER nurse by trade, but loves content marketing.  She was born outside the box and believes everything is better with “sprinkles and sparkles”.  She is passionate about impacting lives and uses marketing as her platform for sharing practical solutions to address Read More »

June 12, 2017 - Holly Foxworth

Have You Heard – Hearing Conservation Management

In case you haven’t HEARD, noise, or unwanted sound, is one of the most pervasive occupational health problems. Exposure to high levels of noise causes hearing loss and may cause other harmful health effects. The extent of damage depends primarily on the intensity of the noise and the duration of the exposure. Holly FoxworthHolly is Read More »