Improving workplace safety is a critical component to your overall workers’ compensation strategy. However, there is much more to controlling the costs of workers’ compensation that simply preventing accidents and injuries. Our Associated Comp Advisors team of insurance and risk management specialists can help your organization implement a comprehensive workers’ compensation program designed to prevent and manage workplace injuries, and lower controllable costs.
Creating a safe work environment is the first step in reducing workplace injuries. Associated Comp Advisors can assist you with your safety and loss control efforts.
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Without the labeling and training required by the hazard communication standard (29 CFR 1910.1200), workers might not realize that the chemicals they work with every day could be causing cancer, lung disease or reproductive harm — and that's a serious concern. Hazard communication takes the number two spot on OSHA’s "Top 10 Most Frequently Cited Standards" list (it's number one on the MNOSHA list). This should come as no surprise since hazard communication has held this spot for over five years. And with an average of over 4,500 violations per year, it’s likely to retain its spot when the 2019 list is published later this month.
Your experience mod determines how much you pay for workers’ compensation. Associated Comp Advisors can help you manage the controllable factors that go into experience mod and premium calculations.
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Winter conditions present a host of workplace challenges, including employee safety, third-party risks, and basic operational and HR considerations. Not only do these risks complicate the jobs your employees do, but they also expose your business to potential liability and legal claims.
Does your company operate one or several commercial motor vehicles, but you’re unsure if state and federal Department of Transportation (DOT) rules apply? If that question makes you feel uneasy, this webinar is for you.
Despite your best efforts, sometimes accidents happen. What happens next can determine whether a claim has a positive or negative outcome for you and the injured employee. Associated Comp Advisors can assist you with quickly and safely getting your injured employees back to work, reducing workers’ compensation costs and employee turnover, and increasing productivity.
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