Read articles written by our Loss Control Services professionals and other authorities on important insurance and risk management topics.

A closed, or partially closed hotel can be at risk for damage. This article outlines steps you can take to reduce your risk.
Details to consider when deciding whether you want to ask your customers to sign a waiver of liability.
The standard, issued by the Virginia Safety and Health Codes Board, includes an action plan that employers can follow to achieve compliance.
Things to keep in mind when converting a restaurant’s outdoor space into temporary dining areas.
Information to consider for successful management of a potential second wave of the coronavirus, based on lessons learned.
The listed products reportedly contain methanol, which the FDA considers an unacceptable ingredient for hand sanitizer.
State agencies will significantly increase Infection Control surveys to 100% of nursing homes in respective states. You can expect a COVID-19 Focused Infection Control Survey, and you and your facilities must be prepared.
Without proper re-orientation practices, employers could see a trend in injuries when employees return to work after an extended time away.
There are several recent industry resources that have been developed to assist you in mitigating this new exposure by protecting your workers, your project and your community.
Human Services organizations are diverse and have a lot of moving parts. These are a wide range of considerations when reopening.
Stay-at-home regulations are scaling back. How will business owners know it is acceptable to reopen? The following are some things to keep in mind.
There are specific precautions and directions to safely and properly reopen an idle facility. The following is a recommended procedure to help you.