Post Your OSHA Injury Summary by Feb. 1

By | Business Insurance, Safety Services

Reminder: Employers Must Post Injury/Illness Summary Beginning February 1

Posting Requirement

OSHA reminds employers of their obligation to post a copy of OSHA’s Form 300A, which summarizes job-related injuries and illnesses logged during 2017. Each year, between February 1 and April 30, the summary must be displayed in a common area where notices to employees are usually posted. Businesses with 10 or fewer employees and those in certain low-hazard industries are exempt from OSHA recordkeeping and posting requirements. Visit OSHA’s Recordkeeping Rule webpage for more information on recordkeeping requirements. Read More

Benefits of Crime Insurance

By | Business Insurance

If you are a leader within your organization, you want to trust your employees and the people you do business with. However, no business is immune to the threat of crime and fraud. The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners estimates that a business can expect to lose 5% of its revenue to fraud each year. Thankfully, companies can turn to crime insurance, which can provide the following benefits:

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Employment Practice Liability Insurance

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Confidently Hire New Employees

As a business owner, you strive to hire qualified employees to work for you. Unfortunately, as you are well aware, not every hiring decision goes as planned. Even if an employee is terminated for legitimate reasons— such as poor attendance or unsatisfactory work habits—every termination opens the door for potential lawsuits. Read on to learn from one business owner’s experience and find out how employment practice liability insurance (EPLI) can help protect you and your organization from costly, frivolous lawsuits. Read More

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Top 10 Most Frequently Cited Standards

By | Business Insurance
The following is a list of the top 10 most frequently cited standards following inspections of worksites by federal OSHA. OSHA publishes this list to alert employers about the most commonly cited standards so they can take steps to find and fix recognized hazards addressed in these and other standards before OSHA shows up. Far too many preventable injuries and illnesses occur in the workplace. Read More