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Conducting Workplace Health and Safety Incident Investigations

When workplace health and safety incidents happen, it’s important to respond appropriately. Investigating allows employers to identify potential health and safety failings that led to the incident and make necessary workplace adjustments to help prevent future incidents. The Process R
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Workers’ Comp Coverage for Home Health Agencies

Workers’ comp for home health can be hard to find and expensive. Fears related to COVID-19 claims have caused many insurance companies to retract or tighten their underwriting requirements. Many of our insurance partners are still pricing coverage aggressively due to our success
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Money-saving Workers’ Compensation Tips

Safety Program Goals • Investigate near-miss incidents to prevent future accidents. Seventy-five percent of accidents are preceded by a near miss. • Create a risk control service plan based on your workers’ compensation losses. Pay particular attention to frequency and severity of cla
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Product Offering: Workers’ Compensation

Workers’ compensation insurance is commonly associated with the protection of employees. After all, anyone who has been injured on the job knows that workers’ compensation coverage provided them with the help they needed when they needed it the most. The benefits of workers’ compensat
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Responding to an Employee’s Positive Coronavirus Test

As the number of COVID-19 cases grows daily, employers across the country are dealing with the difficult situation of responding to an employee’s positive COVID-19 test. Employers are responsible for handling the situation swiftly to protect the health of other employees while preserv
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Workers’ Comp Amid COVID-19

Coronavirus Considerations The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak continues to be a top-of-mind concern for organizations and individuals across the globe. As COVID-19 becomes increasingly widespread, it’s not only raising fears about the well-being of the general public, but it’s also c
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6 Steps to Minimize Business Interruptions

According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, 40 percent of businesses never reopen after a disaster. Implementing steps to prepare for and respond to disasters can help to reduce loss. In order to protect your business from unavoidable interruptions, it is recommended that yo
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Safety and Health Programs: Management Commitment and Employee Involvement

As the owner or manager of a small healthcare business, your attitude toward job safety and health will be reflected by your employees. If you are not interested in preventing employee injury and illness, your employees will probably not give safety and health much thought either. The
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Is it time for you to review your commercial insurance?

Commercial insurance is a necessity, and there are multiple reasons why you want to review your policy on an annual basis. As your business grows, there may be the need to obtain additional types of commercial insurance. When you first started, for example, you may not have any commer
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Why is having a business continuity plan important for your healthcare agency?

Did you know that appropriate planning ensures business continuity? We are facing new challenges every day. In recent years, even in just recent months, we have been through some unimaginable destruction, from tornadoes, hurricanes and floods to acts of terrorism. We have also seen co
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