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Underwriters now use the Internet of Things to help determine whether their agriculture and supermarket clients have adequate processes in place.
Collaborative robots, known as cobots, are rapidly expanding in the workforce due to their versatility. But they bring with them liability concerns.
Supply chain, property and data are at risk for manufacturers in the event of a cyber attack.
Experts say more than two million manufacturing jobs will go unfilled in the next 10 years.
Effective loss control means creating a culture where expectations around safety and accountability for it are clear.
Nationalistic policies aim to boost American wealth and prosperity, but they may do long-term economic damage.
Manufacturing’s return will require re-evaluating insurance programs, challenging underwriters to analyze new risks.
Bringing manufacturing back might seem appealing, but the movement brings with it a host of risks.
Risk & Insurance® caught up with FM Global's Grace Ries to discuss the insurer's latest cyber products and its approach to helping clients manage their cyber exposures.
Collaborative robots, known as cobots, are rapidly expanding in the workforce due to their versatility and ability to work alongside humans.
Discerning insurance buyers and their brokers increasingly seek specialist wordings from a professional liability community that is desperate to differentiate.
Ergonomics safety programs reduce injuries and help organizations reach operational goals.
The technology exists to improve risk management. It should be deployed without further delay.
Christopher de Wolfe leveraged his company’s marketing savvy to help the organization buy in to the risk management mission.
When a captive structure didn’t serve the needs of a post-merger cargo program, Carlos Dezayas built a new one.
Nine projects being funded by the Ohio BWC strive to create safer workplaces in Ohio and across the rest of the country.
The next generation of connected safety wearables could mark a new era in workplace safety and insurance – but only if the data they produce is harnessed in the right way.
Manufacturers must comply with up to 26 different state safety plans.