Kick Off National Safety Month this June with Impairment Resources
JUN 01, 2022
Kick Off National Safety Month this June with Impairment Resources This June, the National Safety Council is highlighting the many ways that impairment can impact safety in the workplace as part of National Safety Month. Read More
Prevent Crane Accidents With Proper Safety Protocols
MAY 23, 2022
Prevent Crane Accidents With Proper Safety Protocols Stop. Swing. Hoist. Lower. Retract. Does your construction team know the proper and most effective hand signals and protocols when operating a crane or supporting the operations of a crane? Read More
More Extreme Hurricane Season is Coming: Make Sure Your Business is Prepared
MAY 04, 2022
More Extreme Hurricane Season is Coming: Make Sure Your Business is Prepared The beginning of May marks National Hurricane Awareness Week, and this year the annual recognition — which aims to help individuals and businesses prepare for June’s hurricane season — is especially important. Read More
Four Ways to Prepare Your Business Property for Spring
APR 21, 2022
Four Ways to Prepare Your Business Property for Spring The arrival of spring offers moderate weather and milder temperatures in many areas of the U.S. However, spring weather can also bring potential damage and workplace claims to your business and property. Read More
Motor Vehicle Reports and Your Business
APR 12, 2022
Motor Vehicle Reports and Your Business One of the most concerning trends to business owners in America is the rising frequency and economic impact of auto accidents on their profitability. Read More
Amerisure-Sponsored Athlete J.J. Spaun Earns Victory in San Antonio, Ticket to Augusta
APR 05, 2022
Amerisure-Sponsored Athlete J.J. Spaun Earns Victory in San Antonio, Ticket to Augusta It’s an exciting time for 31-year-old J.J. Spaun, an Amerisure-sponsored golf professional who rallied from a double bogey start in the final round at the Valero Texas Open in San Antonio, Texas, producing birdies and pars thereafter to regain the lead. He dropped to 13 under par and held it, winding up with his first PGA TOUR victory by two shots and an invitation to the Masters this weekend. Read More
Key Safety Measures Help Avoid Forklift Tip-Overs
MAR 30, 2022
Key Safety Measures Help Avoid Forklift Tip-Overs The last ten years have seen a significant increase in serious forklift-related losses. Understanding how forklifts operate and the center of gravity on forklifts is critical to helping prevent workplace accidents. Read More
Falls, Misused Equipment and Lack of Training:  Be Aware of These Top 10 Construction Hazards
MAR 22, 2022
Falls, Misused Equipment and Lack of Training: Be Aware of These Top 10 Construction Hazards The Federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) released the 10 most frequently cited violations list in late 2021, including the top-cited hazards identified in the construction industry across the U.S. Read More
The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act: Key Takeaways and Next Steps
FEB 17, 2022
The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act: Key Takeaways and Next Steps On June 4, 2021, the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (H.R. 3684), was introduced in the U.S. House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure.  Read More
Understanding Cold Stress and Wind Chill Risks to Worker Safety
JAN 18, 2022
Understanding Cold Stress and Wind Chill Risks to Worker Safety During colder months, it is important to understand the causes of injuries when working outside in cold or windy conditions, and to actively take precautions to help prevent cold stress for workers. Read More
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