Tops Risks Businesses Face Property damage from fire, storms and accidents Liability in many forms, including product liability, accident/injury liability, libel, malpractice and professional liability or “errors and omissions” risks Fraud, embezzlement, extortion Cyber-crime and data loss Every company, large and small, has unique risks. Some have workers who operate heavy machinery or drive vehicles […]
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Treat near misses as wake-up calls that can prevent serious accidents. Near miss reporting is a piece of a strong safety culture. It is a way to get an organization talking about safety in general. With regard to incidence and near hits and near misses there are some differences in the safety field. Incident: An […]
Is your workforce ailing? Maybe one employee who’s out hurt his back cleaning gutters at home, another went ahead and had that elective foot surgery she’d been putting off, and another is out on a workers’ compensation claim after slipping in mud. It would be good to have them back on the payroll doing something […]
How quickly your company can get back to business after a tornado, flood, fire or even a terrorist attack depends on emergency planning done now. The lessons learned after the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing and September 11, 2001 demonstrate the importance of being prepared. Though each situation is unique, any organization can be better prepared […]
When just about any business these days is deeply involved with social media, it is apparent that these sites and tools have become mainstream. Indeed, it is hard to imagine that their use will not grow in coming years. They bring businesses to the places where their customers are and enable conversations. However, as with […]
These days, all kinds of workers rely on laptops, tablets, and smartphones. Today’s Training Tip gives you three training tips to ensure that your wired workers are working safely on their devices. The technology website Geek Wire published advice from ergonomics writer Larry Swanson, author of Scared Sitless, the Office Fitness Book. In the past […]
Before a tornado: •To begin preparing, you should build an emergency kit and make a family communications plan. •Listen to NOAA Weather Radio or to commercial radio or television newscasts for the latest information. In any emergency, always listen to the instructions given by local emergency management officials. •Be alert to changing weather conditions. Look […]
With the severe weather season in full swing, now is the time to make a disaster kit. When preparing for a tornado, or any natural disaster, you should have a disaster supply kit. A basic emergency supply kit could include the following recommended items: •Water, one gallon of water per person per day for at least […]
Businesses and individuals will likely face unexpected emergencies-both natural and man-made. It is vital to have an action plan in place in order to protect you, your employees, your customers and your business facilities as well as your company’s reputation. Our business partner, Liberty Mutual has provided a “Tornado Action Plan” that will help you […]
Business insurance is all about protecting your people, your place of business and your customers. Our broad range of insurance products and services will help you do just that. Designed for any sized company, our products and services will give you the security that ensures your success. It’s the bottom line. At Oklahoma Business Insurors […]
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