Category Archives: Property & Casualty

Why Employees with Multiple Jobs are a Greater Risk

Did you know that individuals with more than one job have an increased risk of injury at work and outside of work? It is not out of the ordinary to have more than one job in today’s society with the business landscape changing. According to a new study produced by The Liberty Institute for Safety’s […]

The Pros and Cons of Allowing Pets at Work

Have you ever heard of an employer allowing pets at work? According to the Society of Human Resource Management, seven percent of employers now allow pets to come to work with their owners. If you are contemplating implementing a pet policy in your office, it is important to weigh the pros and cons. See below […]

The “Big Game” Auto Exposure

The Big Football game of the year is this weekend. If you are headed to a party with lots of cars in the driveway, you might want to pay attention to the rest of this blog. Here’s the scene, you are at the party and your car is #3 in the driveway with 4 others […]

The Most Common Causes of Healthcare Breaches

According to Experian, healthcare organizations will be the most targeted sector with new, sophisticated attacks emerging. The top causes of security breaches of healthcare data can all be prevented with the right measures. According to Verizon Enterprise Solutions, the three most common security problems are the loss or theft of laptops, improper or criminal accessing […]

Kentucky Removes Prevailing Wage from Law

The new Right to Work law will give all Kentucky workers the right to choose whether or not they want to pay union dues.  An employer cannot force an employee to pay dues as a condition of employment as Kentucky has fully repealed Prevailing Wage (PW) from law. The following will be written into Kentucky […]

Cross it Off: A Checklist to Prevent Structural Failures

Risk management professionals who specialize in construction projects for commercial properties identify a building’s safety as one of their top concerns for any project. This concern can be eased by verifying that the building has a solid foundation and that none of the materials used to construct the building are defective. Structural failures are accompanied […]

How to Prevent Injuries When Removing Snow from Roofs

Climbing on a roof is always a safety hazard but it is especially dangerous if employees are on a snow and ice covered roof. It is important to understand that your employees may have little experience when it comes to shoveling snow off of roofs. Try to hire a professional if you can but if […]

Ice Ice Maybe

If you are like me, sometimes you get a song in your head and it follows you around all day. My high-school-aged son plays drums and the bass guitar and he has been banging out Ice Ice Baby by Vanilla Ice all week. Listening to it gave me my blog idea of the week. Winter […]

Brew Master: Is Your Equipment Protected?

The craft beer industry is booming and getting bigger each year with no signs of slowing down. Whether this is a hobby or a business, it’s important to make sure that your equipment is insured and that you are protected from potential business setbacks such as: Your boiler or machinery breaks down or there is […]

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