Does a Lack of Sleep Increase Jobsite Risk?
Most people will agree; on days you feel well-rested you’re more productive, happier and ready to take on whatever challenges come your way. But, what about days you struggled to get a good night’s sleep? Lethargy, lack of focus and physical symptoms like a headache, are just a few of the consequences that come to mind.
The Road to Recovery: Follow These Tips if a Loss Occurs
In the wake of a natural disaster, your goal is to get your business up and running again as soon as possible. During these potentially stressful and challenging times, Amerisure partners with your agency, who will advocate for your business and collaborate with our dedicated service teams throughout the claims process.
Heavy Machinery Safety
On the jobsite, you’re likely to encounter many different types of machinery, each with its own set of best practices. While all equipment requires care, heavy machinery often needs extra attention. Check out the tips below to avoid injuries and property damage when operating heavy machinery.
Wellness in the Workplace
Well-being in the workplace. You may have heard that the concept was brought to life by large corporations seeking to cut healthcare costs. However, recent studies attempting to quantify the cost savings show the numbers may not actually add up. So, why implement a formal wellness program at your company? Because healthy employees are happy employees – and happy employees build top workplaces.
Save Green by Going Green
As more and more people focus on their everyday waste —such as replacing single-use straws or eliminating plastic tooth brushes — companies are being called upon to reduce their waste and do their part in helping save the environment. Sustainable living, while it isn’t a new idea, is becoming incorporated into more lifestyles — especially younger generations.
JUL 25, 2019
Karly Graham, Amerisure Marketing Intern
My Summer at Amerisure
Resume building: one of the highest priorities for college students. Gaining experience and learning new skills in various fields is one of the best ways to find jobs out of college and enter the feared “real world” as quickly as possible. While college students avoid thinking about the future as much as possible, we know it’s coming up fast and want to put ourselves in the best position we can.
Wear Your Way to Safety
Wearables are making a significant splash in the market. In addition to traditional safety equipment, they present the opportunity to improve safety and efficiency, while reducing injuries and enhancing quality of life for construction workers. This technology is in the early stages, however, it shows tremendous promise for companies seeking to improve critical areas that drive efficiency, profitability and safety.
A Helping Hand: How Bots Keep Workers Safe
Keeping workers safe in various conditions is one of the biggest challenges in the construction and manufacturing industries. Employers strive to create the safest worksites possible, but some jobsites present more potential risk than others. That’s where bots can help.