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Workers’ Compensation Safety Records Can Affect Your Bond Capacity Once an owner or developer selects your company for a construction project, one of your many tasks is to ensure that your workers’ compensation program meets all ...
Employee Advocacy Approach To Workers’ Compensation The workers’ compensation industry continues to shift to an employee advocacy-based model for claims, disability and nurse case management. That’s good news, as ...
Workers’ Compensation Safety Records Can Affect Your Bond Capacity Once an owner or developer selects your company for a construction project, one of your many tasks is to ensure that your workers’ compensation program meets all ...
7 Ways Data Analytics Can Improve Your Workers’ Compensation Program Risk managers are increasingly required to see around all corners of their workers’ compensation programs. That’s why many partner with insurers or third-party ...
A Workers’ Compensation Risk No Industry Should Ignore Slips, trips and falls remain a leading workers’ compensation loss driver in almost every industry. According to U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data, falls ...
Looking at Loss Exposure in the Home-Based Workforce The global pandemic has generated a shift of thousands of employees from a centralized workspace to home-based work. Many employers look forward to a near-term ...
Precautions for Employers in the Oil and Gas Industry Between 2016 and 2018, there were 15 fatalities and 54 hospitalizations from uncontrolled pressure release in the Oil and Gas Industry. NIOSH Fatality Assessment ...
Lag Time and the Costs of Claims Lag time, which refers to the period of time between the date an incident occurred and the date that the claim is officially reported to the insurer, can be very ...
Worker’s Compensation – Subs, 1099s, Employees – From a Risk and Bonding Perspective – It Does Matter! Workers’ compensation can be a sticky wicket for construction firms. It’s an area where new contractors and veterans alike can find themselves in legal and ...
Preventing Crashes with Stationary Objects Hitting stationary objects are preventable crashes. The key to preventing such accidents is to recognize the hazards that can lead to a collision with a ...

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