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 »

May 22, 2017 - Holly Foxworth

What Your PEE Says to ME – Employee Health Heat Related Illness

Dehydration is a very common heat‐related illness that can be life threatening if left untreated. Symptoms commonly associated with a heat-related illness include: Headache Nausea Dizziness Irritability Confusion Thirst Heavy sweating Muscle cramps Temperature greater than 100.4°F But are there any other indications which alert us of our body’s hydration status?   Understanding Your Pee Read More »

May 3, 2017 - Holly Foxworth

Time to Bring the BIG GUNS – Employee Health Summer Heat Screeners

Believe it or not, airport screeners were not placed on earth to make your life miserable.  While we typically associate their role with procedures such as removing our shoes, belts and jackets, their careful observation and policy enforcement help to maintain your safety. To assist with the health and safety of heat exposed employees, why Read More »

April 24, 2017 - Holly Foxworth

Workplace Hand Injuries – 3 Quick Tips for Assessing Nerve Damage

It shouldn’t be a surprise that hand injuries are among the leading causes of missed workdays and visits to emergency centers, costing millions of dollars in workers’ compensation costs and lost productivity. The hand is one of the most complex parts of the body with the movement of tendons, bones, tissues and nerves allowing you Read More »

April 17, 2017 - Holly Foxworth

Fuhgeddaboudit: Procedures That Don’t Impact OSHA Recordability

Managing employee work-related injuries can be a challenge; and the moment we hear a medical exam is needed, we fear the worst. 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 Read More »

April 13, 2017 - Holly Foxworth

Snake Bite Injuries – Which Facilities Stock Antivenom

Around this time of year, when it comes to employee health, we are frequently asked: 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 Read More »

March 23, 2017 - Holly Foxworth

Heat Exposure Clothing Video

Summertime is quickly approaching which means higher temps and more time in the sun. As our month of #Axiomtipsforsummer continues, check out our short video about what clothing you can wear to protect yourself from the sun and prevent heat related illnesses.     Holly FoxworthHolly is an ER nurse by trade, but loves content Read More »

March 23, 2017 - Holly Foxworth

Benefits of Incident Case Management

In a rush to fill one final Friday afternoon order, Loading Dock Larry sustained a lower back injury when attempting to lift a heavy box alone. Symptoms reported to his supervisor included mild discomfort in his lower back. It was assumed that this injury would improve without medical treatment. Considering the employee’s symptoms, let’s take Read More »