Why Are My Insurance Rates Going Up?

If your insurance rates have been going up, you may be wondering why. This is especially true if your claims activity is low and you have had little to no losses over the past year. What is causing this spike in insurance premiums, and what can you do to help mitigate...

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Do My Remote Employees Need a VPN?

It is no secret that the COVID-19 pandemic had major impacts on the way we work and how businesses operate.  A year ago, many employers were faced with the challenge of keeping their employees safe and healthy, all while still trying to keep their businesses afloat....

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Insurance Lessons We Learned from the Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has hit all of us hard, changing everything from how we grocery shop to how we visit the doctor. It’s been a learning experience, and companies have had to pivot quickly to meet the needs of employees and customers in a world that’s become...

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Avoid These Top 10 Most Frequently Violated OSHA Regulations

All employers have the responsibility to keep employees safe. The number one way to do this is by providing a hazard-free workplace that supports good health, ergonomics, and the avoidance of injury.   Each year, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration...

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Should I Have Cyber and Privacy Insurance for My Remote Team?

There is more reliance on the internet, web transactions, and cloud-based systems than ever before. And with that comes the need to keep sensitive information and data secure. One method is through cyber and privacy insurance. But is cyber and privacy insurance...

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How to Keep Your Employees Safe this Winter

Though spring is looming up ahead, it’s still quite wintery in many parts of the country. Winter safety for employees is always a top priority, as winter conditions can pose many health and safety risks. Winter weather conditions like snow, ice, and wind place...

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Civil Disturbance: Mitigation Strategies

A civil disturbance event is not a new risk, and it may occur anywhere. There can be indications a threat is developing, and these signs offer an opportunity to evaluate vulnerabilities and consider loss mitigation strategies. Protests, demonstrations, rallies,...

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How to Promote This Year’s National Safety Stand-Down

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, falls account for more than 30% of workplace fatalities in the construction industry. In an effort to raise awareness of this recurring hazard and help construction employers keep their staff safe, the National Safety...

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Workplace Fire Evacuations

Being prepared for a fire emergency is not something that should only concern you at home—you should also be prepared to evacuate while at work.   To be ready for an evacuation and to stay safe in the case of a fire, remember the following:   Evacuation...

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Five Steps for Controlling Workers’ Compensation Costs

If your facility is dealing with rising workers’ compensation costs as a result of workplace accidents, it’s time to take a new approach to safety. The key to spending fewer dollars on workers’ compensation is more than just stopping a few accidents; it requires a...

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