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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Adult residential facilities often need to use bunk beds in resident bedrooms due to room size limitations and the desire to serve more clients. However, there are many challenges and concerns that must be addressed for this type of arrangement.
This infographic outlines key responsibilities for drivers during winter weather season.
Many businesses provide sprinkler protection for their operations, but design errors sometimes occur. As a service to our members, Nationwide Loss Control Services can provide Automatic Sprinkler Plan Reviews.
The reputation of your business could be at risk. When a crisis occurs, communication is key.
This infographic outlines key responsibilities for drivers during the height of deer collision season (October through November).
Property owners need to take precautions to protect workers and visitors from Legionnaires and other communicable diseases.
This self-assessment is designed as a tool to assess your construction-related quality processes and help identify opportunities.
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.