Preventing Warehouse and Factory Fires

Posted by: Nils | Apr 20, 2018

One of the biggest risks to warehouses and production facilities is fires, which can spread rapidly in these environments. Facilities that are most at risk are those tha...

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Workers Who File Claims More Likely to File Subsequent Ones

Posted by: Nils | Apr 18, 2018

A new study has found that people who have had workers’ comp claims in the past are more likely to file future claims compared to those who have never suffered an on-the-...

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Settling Claims on Your Own Risks Voiding Your Policy

Posted by: Nils | Apr 13, 2018

While your insurer has the responsibility to investigate and pay claims made on your firm’s commercial general liability policy, you also have responsibilities to ensure ...

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When the Customer Is Sexually Harassing One of Your Employees

Posted by: Nils | Apr 12, 2018

Society has become increasingly aware of the problem of sexual harassment in the workplace. Several high-profile offenders have seen their careers harmed or ended. Emplo...

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Keep Injured Workers in the Loop to Reduce Claims Costs

Posted by: Nils | Apr 04, 2018

One perennial topic in workplace safety is how to get injured workers back on the job as quickly as possible, and when it is safe to do so. The key, experts say, is to h...

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Why Businesses Need Product Liability, Recall and Contamination Insurance

Posted by: Nils | Mar 30, 2018

Companies that design or sell tangible items should consider product liability insurance. Anything from foam slippers to boxed macaroni can be manufactured incorrectly enou...

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How to Prevent Violence in the Workplace

Posted by: Nils | Mar 30, 2018

Workplace violence is a major problem in the United States. People are hurt or killed every month by co-workers or patrons. While it is not as common a problem as sexual...

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Gender Wage Discrimination Lawsuits Heat up with #EqualPayNow

Posted by: Nils | Mar 23, 2018

While the #MeToo movement has spurred a new wave of sexual harassment lawsuits in organizations throughout the country, there is a parallel trend that is also gaining a foo...

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OSHA Goes Back More Than Five Years for Repeat Violations

Posted by: Nils | Mar 20, 2018

OSHA can look beyond five years to assess “repeat violations” when considering the penalties against an employer for breaching workplace safety regulations, a U.S. appe...

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Managing Your Corporate Vehicle Exposure

Posted by: Nils | Mar 16, 2018

Automobiles are one of the most significant exposures to loss a company can face. To ensure that you effectively manage your company’s vehicle liability and risk exposure...

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