Loss control library

Bulletins, infographics and other useful tools from Nationwide and other sources to assist in your efforts to manage the risks to your business.

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A one-size-fits-all mentality for what an effective drug and alcohol program needs just doesn’t work. Businesses must tailor their policies to their business-specific needs and goals.
This is a summary of common hazards that injure restaurant workers every day while on the job. By knowing the hazards and how to control them, injuries can be avoided.
There are many reasons to enjoy a meal cooked outdoors on a grill, but it can be dangerous if proper care isn’t taken. This infographic illustrates how to minimize the risk to your property and residents.
Anhydrous ammonia is a refrigerant that is commonly used in many large commercial operations, but it can also be combustible and toxic. Proper planning is critical in minimizing your risks.
This interactive program will guide you through the steps of mitigating potential hazards that water can bring to your construction project.
A food safety plan is critical in identifying and controlling hazards such as microorganisms, chemicals (i.e., allergens), and physical hazards within food products.
This infographic explains what vehicles are subject to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSR) and what vehicles require the driver to have a Commercial Drivers License. (CDL)
This infographic outlines key driver responsibilities under DOT and Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSR). Great topic for a driver safety meeting or tool box talk.
Electric vehicles and their charging stations are becoming more widely used, and there are hazards that must be controlled when designing and maintaining charging sites.
Because clear thinking is difficult when a crisis is occurring, creating emergency action plans in advance is the best way to ensure that the proper steps are taken.
This infographic illustrates the requirements for basic machinery safeguards to protect workers and reduce risk of injury.
This infographic will guide you through the steps of using a fire extinguisher effectively and safely to help prevent large losses in event of a fire.