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  1. Attractive Nuisance Dangers! Oh NO!

    by Elaine

    Category: Blog

    Although property owners are generally not responsible for protecting trespassers, in some cases, landowners or those who occupy land under leases can be held responsible for injuries to children that are caused by man-made conditions on the property. Considered attractive nuisances, these might include buildings, construction sites, heavy equipment or even man-made ditches. Property owners […]

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  2. OSHA Reminder: Post your OSHA Log Summary by February 1st

    by Elaine

    Category: Blog

    It’s that time of year: February 1st marks the deadline for you to tabulate your annual OSHA Log Summary (OSHA Form 300A) and post it in a common area wherever notices to employees are usually posted. The summary must list the total number of job-related injuries and illnesses that occurred during the previous calendar year […]

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  3. Managing Workplace Stress

    by Elaine

    Category: Blog

    Work-related stress can produce the following negative effects: Anxiety and depression Loss of memory Substance Abuse Headaches Stress levels are rising in workplaces around the world. Although dealing with stress is a normal part of everyday life, it is important to be on the lookout for some of the early warning signs of unhealthy stress. […]

  4. Injury-Free Workouts

    by Elaine

    Category: Blog

      Did you know exercise is a great way to combat stress, lose weight and boost your energy? According to the Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Researach, exercise can improve your mood, fight chronic diseases, help manage your weight – the list goes on and on.   To get the most from your workouts […]

  5. Staying Healthy Through Cold and Flu Season

    by Elaine

    Category: Blog

      They’re all around us; people coughing and sneezing, broadcasting those nasty cold and flu bugs for all to pick up.  We’re in the middle of the cold and flu season. End of March brings the end of the peak season, but the season fluctuates and flu activity can continue to occur as late as […]

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  6. Egg Nog and Cookies and fudge, OH MY!

    by Elaine

    Category: Blog

      Indulging in the over abundance of holiday treats is an annual tradition for most of us at this time of year. We enjoy the variety of specialties we don’t usually see at other times of the year, oftentimes intentionally choosing a state-of-denial rather than engaging our self-control. This can lead to extra pounds sneaking […]

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  7. What is UM and UIM Coverage and Do I Need It?

    by Elaine

    Category: Blog

    So you have an auto policy and you have an umbrella policy; you’re fully covered in case you become involved in an auto accident, right? Well, maybe… Both these policies cover your own liability and provide compensation to others in the event that you are responsible for an accident. However, if another driver causes an […]

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  8. Safety On The Job

    by Elaine

    Category: Blog

    Did you know? Statistics from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics are clear – continuous training is the best way to prevent on-the-job injuries. Investing in workplace training is money well spent. Employers with effective safety and health training programs benefit from fewer workplace injuries and claims, better employee morale, and lower insurance premiums. Do […]

  9. Incident Investigations Using Root Cause Analysis

    by Elaine

    Category: Blog

    The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the environmental Protection Agency (EPA) urge employers, owners and operators to conduct a root cause analysis following an incident or near miss at a facility. A root cause is a fundamental, underlying or system-related reason why an incident occurred that identifies one or more correctable system failures. […]

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  10. Insuring Your Valuables

    by Elaine

    Category: Blog

    Your valuables are important to you – and insuring them is equally important to prevent serious loss in the event of damage or theft. Learn more about how you can protect the finer things in life with additional coverage. The Basics Standard homeowners, condominium or renters insurance policies include a limited amount of coverage for […]

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