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<p>Falls, slips, and trips were the second most common event leading to workplace injuries and illnesses in hospitals, according to a report&nbsp;from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, accounting for 25% of all reported employee injuries. Addressing fall prevention with employees is different than with patients. With patients, fall prevention focuses mostly on transfers from beds and wheelchairs, as well as environmental factors. Employee slips and falls tend to be the top workers&rsquo; compensation claim in both frequency and severity.</p>

A Risk Management Look at Employee Trips and Falls

Teach the 10-foot circle of safety