June 2015

Make Time For A Safety Program Review

From time to time, it’s important to take a step back and do an overall evaluation of your company’s safety program. Whether done internally or by an outside set of eyes, reviewing your program can help identify gaps, as well as set goals going forward. If you've found your program has stalled a bit or you're just not seeing the results you 

 

Risk Alert: Changes to E-Mod Begin July 2015

Change is on the way when it comes to measuring safety in the state of Texas and it’s vital for risk managers and contractors to understand the forthcoming adjustments to the E-mod or workers’ compensation experience modifier. Your company's E-mod, which has long been viewed as the standard in terms of safety, could change simply due to 

 

Workers' Compensation Fraud Prevention & Red Flags

Every year workplace injuries, illnesses and deaths cost our nation $170 billion according to OSHA. The National Insurance Crime Bureau estimates the cost of workers' compensation fraud as $7.5 billion annually. The best way to confront the problem of insurance fraud is through prevention, investigation, and prosecution. Over