Natural Disasters- Breaking the Links in the Chain
APR 24, 2018 manufacturing
Natural Disasters- Breaking the Links in the Chain Supply chain disruptions are becoming increasingly common worldwide with hurricanes, tsunamis, and other natural disasters. Read More
How State Laws Impact Distracted Driving Policies
APR 23, 2018 risk management
How State Laws Impact Distracted Driving Policies Many companies already have a cellphone or handheld device policy in place, or are planning on implementing one soon. Either way, you’ll want to review related state laws within your operating states to see if your policy is in compliance with those laws. Read More
Skilled Construction Workers Wanted!
APR 16, 2018 construction
Skilled Construction Workers Wanted! Although there are millions of construction jobs up for grabs, there aren’t enough skilled workers to fill the positions
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Road Work Ahead: Are You Following Safety Protocols?
APR 06, 2018 Todd Bernardoni, RMS and Barbara Blaine, RMS construction, risk management
Road Work Ahead: Are You Following Safety Protocols? When it comes to traffic work zones, drivers, passengers and construction workers are all at risk. In 2016, there were 143 worker fatalities on road construction sites and 635 driver and passenger fatalities in work zones, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, respectively. Read More
Can Technology Help Prevent Distracted Driving?
MAR 16, 2018 risk management
Can Technology Help Prevent Distracted Driving?

As users of newer iPhones will tell you, the blockage of cellphone use isn’t on the horizon – it’s already here. If you have an iPhone 6 or newer and you’ve been diligent about updating your iOS, you’ve by now experienced its default Do Not Disturb feature that stops cellphone usage when driving. Fleet business owners and others are taking notice of these cellphone blocker trends.

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Nanotechnology – What is it and How Will it Affect the Insurance Industry?
MAR 07, 2018 manufacturing
Nanotechnology – What is it and How Will it Affect the Insurance Industry? Something small is in the process of having a big impact on the manufacturing and insurance industries. Nanotechnology is being positioned as the key technology of the 21st century and the driving force behind a new industrial revolution. Sounds great, right? But what is it? Read More
Alternative Energy Jobs You Didn't Know Existed
FEB 22, 2018 Dave Galbraith, AVP Loss Control market trends
Alternative Energy Jobs You Didn't Know Existed Whether you’re looking for a new career path or just want to stay up on the trends – jobs in alternate energy are growing as fast as the industry itself. Here, you can find unique construction jobs working in the wind and solar fields. Read More
Creating and Maintaining a Substance Abuse-free Workplace
FEB 19, 2018 Dave Galbraith, AVP Loss Control construction
Creating and Maintaining a Substance Abuse-free Workplace The U.S. construction market is the second largest in the world, employing over 8 million workers with private construction, and spending over $687 billion. Considering the critical impact the construction market has on the economy, businesses, employers, employees and the general public; creating and maintaining a drug-free workplace makes good business sense. Read More
American Heart Month – Reduce Heart Disease Risks in the Workplace
FEB 16, 2018
American Heart Month – Reduce Heart Disease Risks in the Workplace

For 53 years, American Heart Month has sought to raise awareness of heart health and prevent heart disease. Cardiovascular disease is the leading global cause of death, accounting for more than 17.9 million deaths each year. That number is expected to increase to more than 23.6 million by 2030.

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Are More Manufacturing Jobs Returning to the U.S.?
FEB 14, 2018 manufacturing, market trends
Are More Manufacturing Jobs Returning to the U.S.? It wasn’t very long ago that the U.S. was the largest manufacturing country in the world. That all changed, however, when China took over the title in 2010 – and it’s been there ever since. The good news is the U.S. is positioned to retake the number one spot again by the end of this decade. Read More
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