Burn Prevention Tips
FEB 06, 2018 risk management, workers compensation
Burn Prevention Tips

Although burn prevention isn’t always top-of-mind at work, we know that employee safety is of upmost concern for any employer.

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Fleet Telematics – Improving Driver Safety and Bottom Lines
OCT 16, 2017 manufacturing, risk management
Fleet Telematics – Improving Driver Safety and Bottom Lines You’d think in this day and age of self-driving vehicles, commercial driver safety would be on the rise. Wrong. According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, the number of fatalities in large truck crashes increased 22 percent between 2009 and 2015. Read More
How Are Drones Impacting the Insurance Industry?
AUG 23, 2017 construction, risk management, technology
How Are Drones Impacting the Insurance Industry?

Drones – unmanned aerial vehicles that are piloted using a remote control or a computer – have been dubbed the next “disruptive technology.” The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has already issued over 770,000 drone authorizations for commercial use in the first 18 months since the registry first began. They’re already being tested for package delivery by UPS and Amazon – and Oscar Mayer even has an official WeinerDrone to potentially deliver their product to remote areas.

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Telematics Can Help Reduce Accidents and Improve Fleet Efficiency
JUL 27, 2017 insurance claims, risk management
Telematics Can Help Reduce Accidents and Improve Fleet Efficiency

Imagine being able to reduce your company’s vehicle accident rate by as much as 50% through GPS technology. That’s what Amerisure policyholders participating in a pilot program have experienced as a result of telematics.

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Preventing Nail Gun Injuries on Construction Sites
JUL 21, 2017 construction, risk management
Preventing Nail Gun Injuries on Construction Sites

On construction sites, nail guns are used regularly to enhance productivity. If used improperly, however, a nail gun can cause serious injuries, landing a worker in the hospital. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), nail guns are responsible for approximately 37,000 emergency room visits each year. It is estimated that nearly 70 percent of these injuries involve workers.

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Onshoring Operations: Tips to Keep Risks from Hitting Home

A trend among U.S.-based manufacturers is the onshoring or “reshoring” of production operations. Over the last several years, more companies have opted to bring some of their offshore activities back home. This trend is likely to accelerate if Congress takes up the administration’s pledge to create more domestic manufacturing jobs.

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Risk Transfer—Via Contract or Insurance, It’s a Crucial Financial Step
JUN 26, 2017 property & casualty, risk management
Risk Transfer—Via Contract or Insurance, It’s a Crucial Financial Step

There are two primary ways construction companies and contractors can shift or share their exposure to financial costs due to accidents, negligence, errors and other causes of liability or property loss: 1. contractual agreements and 2. insurance.

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Trench Safety Stand Down Week

Always with an eye to keep worksites safe, the National Utility Contractor’s Association (NUCA) – with the full support of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) – recognizes June 19 to 24, 2017 as Trench Safety Stand Down Week. What does this mean? The NUCA is asking all contractors, municipalities, military and others involved with trenching operations to talk directly to employees and others about trench safety and excavation hazards.

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The Importance of National Safe and Sound Week Safety and health programs play a vital part in any business, but especially in industries such as construction and manufacturing. To help bring awareness to the importance of safety and health at the workplace, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is spearheading the inaugural Safe + Sound Week this June 12-18, 2017. Over 70 employee- and safety-related organizations are supporting this worthy endeavor. Read More
3 Steps to Take Now for Hurricane Season
MAY 18, 2017 property & casualty, risk management
3 Steps to Take Now for Hurricane Season The Atlantic hurricane season has officially started, and Amerisure knows you can never be too prepared, too early. Businesses shouldn’t wait for a hurricane warning to start thinking about the preparations, processes and provisions needed to not only survive, but to keep things running as smoothly as possible if a hurricane does hit.  Read More
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