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 workers’ compensation costs and improve the health and wellness of workers through a single partnership with our firm.

What We Do

WORKER HEALTH & SAFETY

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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WORKERS’ COMPENSATION

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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WORKER WELLNESS

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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Why Do I Need an Asbestos Survey for a Demolition or Renovation?

Asbestos was once frequently used in a wide variety of construction products because of its high tensile strength and fire-resistant properties. From boiler and pipe insulation to bricks and concrete, asbestos was everywhere and it wasn’t until 1989 that the EPA announced an initiative to phase out the use of asbestos in the U.S. completely.

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What Health Problems Can be Caused by Poor IAQ?

The US Environmental Protection Agency reports that pollutants can be two to five times more concentrated indoors than outdoors. Since we spend most of our time indoors, it is important to have high-quality indoor air.

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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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What You Should Know About Employee-Based Safety Committees in New Hampshire

Employee-based workplace safety committees may not be perceived as the “coolest” employee groups in a workplace, but their duties are worth respecting. With a workplace safety committee that includes employees, you as a manager can encourage your staff to be active participants in their personal safety and health at work. They can also become a valuable asset in the development and implementation of an effective health and safety program.

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Addressing Asbestos: Risk Assessment Vs Asbestos Survey

Asbestos is a naturally occurring silicate mineral that was often used in building materials between the 1930s and 1970s. While asbestos was favored due to its durability and resistance to fire, the substance was eventually restricted due to its toxicity and the threat it poses to human health.

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Get Optimal IAQ in Your Building

Maintaining a healthy and comfortable office environment is crucial to employee health, comfort, and performance. Ensuring that indoor air quality (IAQ) is optimal is a key ingredient in that process.

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How to Prevent Mold in the Workplace

Exposure to mold spores is virtually unavoidable as mold grows outdoors but can find its way into buildings and grow there as well. In buildings with poor ventilation, high humidity, and/or water intrusion issues, mold can become problematic, especially for those with pre-existing respiratory conditions or allergies.

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Testing the Exposure Levels of Workplace Chemicals

Many industries use hazardous materials in their daily operations. Chemicals of all sorts may be included in common raw materials where their presence is not obvious. Welding operations can produce a wide range of chemical exposures depending upon the type of welding or metal cutting being performed.

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Can Hearing Loss From Occupational Noise Hazards Be Restored?

Do your employees raise their voices to be heard even when they're only standing three feet away from each other? If so, it's likely the ambient noise levels are over 90 decibels. Noise-induced hearing loss is always permanent, which is why it’s so important to protect employees from hearing loss.

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What To Do If There's Asbestos In The Workplace?

Until the 1970s asbestos was a household name. Predominantly used in building materials during a time where oversight of harmful chemicals was relatively nonexistent, it wasn’t until 1989 that the EPA announced an initiative to phase out the use of asbestos in the U.S. completely. Today, asbestos is far less commonly used. But because many buildings that are still standing were constructed decades ago, asbestos is hardly a thing of the past.

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