Helping you take care of your employees since 1978, so you can take care of your business!!

At The Lawson Group we are committed to providing every client in New England and North America with employee health services to prevent injuries on the job, lower worker’s compensation costs and improve the health and wellness of workers through a single partnership with our firm.

What We Do


Since 1978, we have been one of the leading worker health and safety, and laboratory services firms in New England. We pride ourselves in offering common sense “advice” that helps solve safety, health, and industrial hygiene issues.

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We have been offering high-level injury prevention services and administration of claims to ensure that injured workers get the care they need and deserve and are able to return to work faster, reducing overall costs.

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Focused on company-centric wellness programs that address the health risks of employees, we offer wellness coaching, health assessments, educational lectures, competitions, CPR and First Aid training, body fat assessments, and more.

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Our Story

The Lawson Group has been around since 1978, and although a lot of people know who we are, many don’t know exactly what we do. It appears we’ve done a really good job of marketing ourselves to the community so they know we exist, they just don’t know what it is that we do.

It’s difficult to explain everything that we do concerning workplace safety services in New England, but generally, we tell people that we offer services to keep their people safe and healthy on the job. I often tell people that we’re in the “white horse” business–we run in to save the day and we’re always trying to rescue people from themselves.

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I’ve worked with TLG for over 32 years. They are very responsive and have the expertise and equipment to handle everything from routine projects to complicated IAQ complaints. Scott takes a ”common sense approach,” doing what’s best for the employees and the company. I would certainly recommend them.

- Thomas F. Hatch CHEM | Director, Safety-Emergency Management

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Taking Control of Workers' Comp Costs

In a recent issue of National Underwriter, Dave Lenckus gave readers 3 tips for controlling their organization’s workers’ comp medical costs. Much to our liking, the tips are ones we’ve been giving to our clients for years.

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Reducing the Risk of Workplace Accidents

We’ve all had moments in our lives when we’ve narrowly avoided physical harm in the workplace.

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The Importance of Effective Job Hazard Analysis

To minimize workplace injuries and accidents—and potentially eliminate them—start by observing workplace operations, establishing procedures, and ensuring each employee is properly trained.

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Scott Talks: The Importance of Employee Onboarding

What do you do when you hire new people and how can you guarantee from a safety and health standpoint that they’re going to fit into your company and not become a safety and health liability?

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Preventing Slips, Trips, and Falls

According to OSHA, slips, trips, and falls constitute the majority of general industry accidents. They cause 15% of all accidental deaths, and are second only to motor vehicles as a cause of fatalities.

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Look Beyond Air Sampling Results

Our company, The Lawson Group, has been conducting various types of industrial hygiene exposure monitoring projects for many years. Typically we do the work as a result of some sort of complaint situation.

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Safety and Health Hazards in an Office Environment

Although we have been in the Health and Safety business for almost forty-five years, we rarely get asked to look at office safety issues. While there is a perception that offices are relatively safe places to work, there are still plenty of ways for people to get hurt.

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Leaky Pipes: When Does a Plumbing Problem Become a Mold Problem?

At home, leaky pipes are a nuisance. They decrease water pressure, cause property damage, and can foster the perfect conditions for mold growth. As a property or facilities manager, leaky pipes aren't just an annoyance—they could become the primary source of health and safety issues.

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Scott Talks: How to Handle an OSHA Inspection

I want to talk a little bit more about OSHA. In the previous podcast, we talked about the whole aspect of an inspection, and what we caution a whole bunch of people to do is you should always be prepared to engage in an inspection, but you shouldn't run your life and or your safety program within your company just to mitigate an inspection.

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What To Do When You Find Out You Have Asbestos

If you have performed an asbestos survey and uncovered asbestos-containing building materials (ABCM) in your facility, home, or office, it’s critical that you take the right action. In doing so, you’ll ensure the safety and wellbeing of your workers or occupants, while at the same time complying with jurisdictional regulations.

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