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Deadline to Share OSHA Incidents with Employees on Feb. 1

KYLE MEINERT
HNI Risk Advisor

A compliance deadline is around the corner for most businesses. OSHA Form 300A or (aka 300 annual summary) is the form that communicates and summarizes the past year's OSHA incidents, and it needs to be decking the halls of your business very soon!

Topics: Transportation Construction Manufacturing Safety / Compliance

TRIA Poised for Passage Following OK from Congress

ART JOSETTI
HNI Account Executive

The federal Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA) passed the U.S. Senate on Thursday, Jan. 8, and the legislation likely will be passed into law by President Obama in the coming days.

Topics: Transportation Construction Safety / Compliance Manufacturing

Terrorism Insurance Program Expiring... What Does It Mean to You?

ART JOSETTI
HNI Account Executive 

Effective Dec. 31 (that's Wednesday), the U.S. government’s reinsurance program for terrorism insurance coverage will expire.

Topics: Transportation Construction Safety / Compliance Manufacturing

Chiropractic Terminology for Employers: Learn the Lingo

DR. MARC GILEROVICH, DC
Medical Case Manager-Wisconsin,
The ALARIS Group

Chiropractors use a different language. If your employee is visiting a chiropractor for a work-related injurywill you be able to translate?

Topics: Transportation Construction Safety / Compliance Manufacturing

7 Do's and Don'ts of Holiday Safety for Businesses

KYLE MEINERT
HNI Risk Advisor

The holidays are upon us, with Thanksgiving and Black Friday gracing our calendars this week. This means lots of holiday cheer around the home, of course, and also lots of holiday decorations around your business, too.

Topics: Transportation Construction Manufacturing Safety / Compliance

Medical Cards for Drivers: What Carriers Really Think

DON JERRELL
HNI Associate Vice President

At our recent FMCSA and Wisconsin State Patrol Update, we had some lively Q&A on the requirements for medical cards for drivers.

Topics: Transportation Safety / Compliance

10 Red Flags for Employee Work Injury Compensation Fraud

JODI MATHY
HNI Senior Claims Consultant

Work comp claims are no picnic for employers or employees.

Topics: Transportation Construction Safety / Compliance Manufacturing

Don't Get Caught in Personal Conveyance Traps

DON JERRELL
HNI Associate Vice President

For our transportation specialists at HNI, this is one of our favorite times of the year, and it has nothing to do with World Series baseball (Royals heartbreak!) or (epic amounts of leftover) Halloween candy.

Topics: Transportation Safety / Compliance

This Year, Take Home Culture of Safety for the Holidays

KYLE MEINERT
HNI Risk Advisor

Nothing screams "I'm ready for holiday cheer" like those bright, multi-colored lights you see strung across everyone’s house.

Topics: Transportation Construction Manufacturing Safety / Compliance

Workplace Incident Report: 7 Immediate Steps to Take After an Injury

The moment an employee injury occurs, it initiates a sequence of events that can last for weeks or even months. But no matter how prolonged the recovery period, the first 24 hours after an injury are the most crucial. To respond effectively to an incident, the majority of the action items should occur within 24 hours.

Topics: Transportation Construction Safety / Compliance Manufacturing