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Winter weather is around in the corner.  Now is the ideal time to prepare and protect your business property against burst pipes, ice build-up and power disruption. Some areas of the United States have already experienced snow and freezing temperatures this year. Property damage losses from snow, ice, freezing and related causes averaged $1.2 billion... Read more »

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It’s that time of year again. As the daylight gets shorter, it’s a reminder that winter is upon us. It’s also a reminder to take some precautionary measures to ensure your operation makes it through the winter season without suffering any of the common causes of loss. Read below for some tips to prepare your... Read more »

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Hurricane Michael is approaching!! With the potential for damaging winds and water, it is imperative that you and your business are protected. Please take some time to review the following suggestions for protecting and mitigating the impact of this storm.   Planning: Review property insurance with the company’s insurance agent concerning the hazards of a... Read more »

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Hurricane Florence is approaching!! With the potential for damaging winds and water, it is imperative that you and your business are protected. Please take some time to review the following suggestions for protecting and mitigating the impact of this storm.   Planning : Review property insurance with the company’s insurance agent concerning the hazards of... Read more »

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We are pleased to share the results of our Q2 Claims Satisfaction survey with you. Please take a moment to review the results, and see how we scored in several key areas. All scores are on a scale of 0-5, with 5 being the highest possible level of satisfaction.     Click Here for PDF... Read more »

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by | General, Risk Control |

Despite all the efforts to train drivers, vehicle collisions remain the leading cause of on the job fatalities. According to a U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ 2016 report, work injuries involving transportation incidents accounted for 40% of all work related fatalities. For human services organizations, this exposure also presents significant third party liability where consumers... Read more »

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As a service provider, you’re busy providing the needed services to your clients in the field you serve. To do this, you are constantly working to find the needed resources; provide an appropriate level of care to your clients and ensure that no one goes without. With all this work, it can sometimes be pretty... Read more »

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Natural disasters disrupt hundreds of thousands of lives every year, and each disaster has lasting effects, both to people and property. In the United States, many of us, our communities, and the organizations that we serve have already experienced first-hand the perils, devastation and loss associated with natural disasters. The process of recovery and rebuilding... Read more »

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Drivers encounter several distractions in the course of their daily driving activities.  Driving distractions divert attention away from the central task of driving, and may compromise the safety of the driver, passengers and anyone in the vehicle’s path of travel. Cell phone integration, navigation systems and infotainment devices are standard equipment in most vehicles sold... Read more »

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Pre-employment screening refers to the process of investigating and verifying the background of potential employees and volunteers. This may include criminal background checks, employment and educational history as well as references for employment. Employers look to confirm that the information provided by the applicant/volunteer is truthful and accurate as well as discover any potential criminal... Read more »

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