What's Up Doc? The Importance of Having Workers That Are Healthcare Literate
AUG 13, 2018 workers compensation
What's Up Doc? The Importance of Having Workers That Are Healthcare Literate One of the largest factors affecting policyholders’ perceived quality of healthcare is healthcare literacy. Recently, thirteen healthcare organizations nationwide distributed a survey to almost 6,000 patients. Read More
Robot or Cobot?
AUG 03, 2018 manufacturing
Robot or Cobot? Since the introduction of the first commercial cobots in 2011, significant advances have improved their capacities, acceptance, cost and use.  Cobots can be purchased for as low as $15,000 and have little additional expenses— such as end of arm tooling. Read More
Seven Apps to Help Prevent Distracted Driving
JUL 20, 2018 construction, risk management Tags: amerisure, risk, safety
Seven Apps to Help Prevent Distracted Driving Amerisure’s 2018 Distracted Driving Campaign was created to keep employees and policyholders safe, on and off the job. Today, most people are never without their cellphones. Knowing when to put down the phone and focus on the road is crucial to keeping everyone safe. Check out our favorite distracted driving prevention apps, and do your part to reduce distracted driving. Read More
Chill Out: Keep Employees Cool with Vortex Cooling Vests
JUL 18, 2018 construction
Chill Out: Keep Employees Cool with Vortex Cooling Vests As temperatures begin to rise, keep employees cool with wearable cooling technology
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Growing Pains? Consider Automation
JUL 09, 2018 Dave Galbraith, AVP Risk Management construction, market trends
Growing Pains? Consider Automation Technology has rapidly become an integral part of each day. Due to its vast capabilities, developments have improved all areas of life, including the business sector. Thanks to new technology, the productivity of workers and the efficiency of processes can improve. Read More
Third Annual Trench Safety Stand Down
JUN 21, 2018 construction, risk management
Third Annual Trench Safety Stand Down This week, June 18-23, is the Trench Safety Stand Down, sponsored by the National Utility Contractors Association (NUCA) and the North American Excavation Shoring Association (NAXSA), and supported by the Occupational Safety and Health Association. Read More
Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month: Distracted Driving Prevention Means Sharing the Road
MAY 24, 2018 risk management
Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month: Distracted Driving Prevention Means Sharing the Road

Warmer weather usually means more motorcycles on the road – which means drivers need to be even more diligent when behind the wheel. In 2015, 4,976 motorcyclists were killed — up eight percent from 2014. Due to the vulnerability of the riders, motorcyclist fatalities happen nearly 29 times more often than passenger car occupant fatalities in traffic crashes.

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Construction Code Updates After Hurricane Harvey
MAY 16, 2018
Construction Code Updates After Hurricane Harvey When a massive natural disaster strikes, the ripple effects often linger and residents and businesses have to endure the aftermath long after the storm. Read More
Insurance Expertise Not Required No matter your professional background, the insurance industry might be your perfect fit Read More
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
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