News & Articles

  • Chicago Blackhawks' CEO Keynoting IMA Summit

    "We're very excited to have John McDonough as our keynote speaker this year. His success with engaging fans and putting the Chicago Blackhawks back at the top of professional hockey is very inspiring," said the IMA Summit's chair, Don Killingback of Wyndham Destinations. "It's also a universal message. We are all looking for ways to continually improve how we help businesses connect with their audiences to increase employee engagement, sales and customer loyalty."

  • Oregon OSHA's 2019 Safety Break Set for May 8

    Now in its 16th year, Safety Break encourages employers to bolster workplace safety and health with training, award recognition gatherings, or other creative activities.

  • Incentive Federation Plans to Develop Standards

    The Incentive Federation, Inc. announced Dec. 12 that it is finalizing proposals to both ANSI to be approved as a developer of a Domestic Standards Program for Workforce Incentives, Rewards and Recognition Standards, and to ISO to have a Technical Committee established to oversee those standards and to eventually have them approved by ISO.

  • Incentive Federation Welcomes New OSHA Clarification

    An Oct. 11 memo clarifies OSHA's position that 29 CFR 1904.35(b)(1)(iv) does not prohibit workplace safety incentive programs or post-incident drug testing.

  • When it Comes to Safety, Size Shouldn't Matter

    Technology has made parity achievable. Small and large companies can take comfort in knowing that, when it comes to worker safety, company size need not matter.

  • Get Ready for the Year's Biggest Trade Show

    Houston’s George R. Brown Convention Center is the site for this year's NSC Congress & Expo.


  • Improve Safety While Reducing Costs!

    Improve safety while reducing both the direct and indirect costs of incidents through an investment in a modern safety incentive program. The information will be delivered jointly by a safety professional and an incentive specialist for maximum impact.

  • Are Your Employees Prepared for Emergencies?

    Learn how to protect your employees and facility with help from the American Red Cross


  • Office Depot: Increase Workplace Safety by Motivating Employees

    Although Office Depot warehouse facilities have always been in compliance with OSHA standards, by 2004 Office Depot managers decided more could be done to lower the accident rate, and to reverse the company’s steady increase in claims for workers’ compensation and disability insurance.


  • 2013 NSC Congress & Expo -- Leading Safety Into the Future

    Register today at This September, more than 13,000 safety professionals from around the world will gather in Chicago to learn best practices, network, and compare safety solutions. Watch to see safety professionals tell you, in their own words, why they return to the the world's largest annual safety event, NSC Congress & Expo, year after year.