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Several states have intensified investigations and criminal prosecutions of employers skirting the workers’ comp system.
Crisis planning and continual communication are essential to keeping employees safe.
New workers are more likely to suffer heat related illnesses, but simple tips can ensure safety this summer.
OSHA is cracking down on employers suspected of violating whistleblower protection provisions.
The space tourism industry presents substantial excitement and risk.
Violence and unrest are rampant, but risk mitigation strategies can ensure success in the region.
Conservative underwriting and a studious approach to acquisitions built a small farmers’ mutual into a regional powerhouse.
Health care reforms will change medical professional liability risks.
A softening market worries reinsurers, but they remain optimistic about growth.
Brokers may be dropping the ball on cyber coverage for smaller clients.
Insurance veteran Johnny Pitts wants to increase the influence of the CIAB.
A record number of 2014 Power Broker winners and finalists are under 40 years old.
Losses from business interruption and property damage to top $1.4 billion.
The issue of D&O coverage and exclusions during bankruptcy proceedings is far from cut and dried.
“Home Safe Tonight” protects employees of a civil construction company.
FEMA gauges disaster severity by how many Waffle House restaurants are open.
Floating plants have advantages over grounded facilities and few unique risks.
Highlights of the 2013 NWC&D Conference® and Expo in Las Vegas.
Economic downturn hit nonprofits hard. IT issues and lack of funding add to organizational risks.
Rising tensions between China and Japan pose property and supply chain risk to American companies.