Loss control programs
Step-by-step guidance for addressing specific risk management challenges.
As our customer, you have access to several ready-to-use risk management solutions that most business owners recognize as good ideas, but many don’t get around to introducing. Using our programs, you can easily bring these ideas to life.
Once you click on the links below, you should find all the resources you need to implement the particular program for your business. But if you have any questions as your work your way through the steps, please contact us at 1-866-808-2101 or LCS@nationwide.com.
When your building’s sprinkler system is down, whether pre-planned or unexpected, your ability to control a fire in your facility is limited. Use this program to help you manage such events.
Any time workers do welding or similar jobs on your property, it’s critical to carefully monitor the area where hot work takes place. Use a hot work permit every time to help prevent property losses.
Learn the benefits of adopting a Successful Return-to-Work program for injured employees, and get resources that can help you implement an effective program for your business.
As a contractor, you can use this program to help reduce your exposure to damaging lawsuits arising from the use of subcontractors. Proper risk transfer can also help you save money on insurance premiums.
We offer several tools you can use to train your employees, supervisors, and others in manual material handling topics.
Resources to help businesses report and appropriately treat work-related injuries
Auto accidents are the leading cause of work-related fatalities in the US. Use our sample Fleet Safety and Driver Safety manuals to guide development of your own program.
The Construction Water Mitigation Program (CWMP) was designed to help contractors, of all sizes, protect their assets, reputation and to ensure their scope of work is completed without the costly impact of water damage.
Help strengthen your organization’s child abuse prevention strategies through risk identification, training, accessible reporting channels, and development of strong policies and hiring practices.