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A new schema will create a standard way for insurers to gather data on cyber exposure.
University relationships with student organizations can help mitigate the risk of hazing.
Insurers and brokers are developing unique tools to help insureds stay ahead of global political risks.
Risk managers who collaborate throughout their organizations improve awareness, agreement and alignment of tactical plans.
An analysis of EEOC data pinpoints states with risks of employee lawsuits higher than the national average.
The construction industry is increasingly incorporating suicide prevention measures within health and safety programs.
From celebrating safety success to aggressively rooting out fraud and abuse, Stater Bros. Markets is making workers’ comp risk management gains on multiple fronts.
Two-time Teddy Award winner Red River Army Depot drives year-over-year results, serving as a model for other installations throughout the Army.
Fear of litigation, complex regulations and misperceptions of disability are leading to few disabled workers being employed.
The NARAB board would oversee a streamlined licensing process for agents and brokers operating in multiple states.
Underwriters are modeling storms better and businesses are revamping their business continuity plans – but memories can be short.
Drowning, drones and civil unrest are on the list of water park perils.
Top brokers are using mergers and acquisitions to expand reach, add expertise and deliver localized services.
Efforts to limit opioid addiction are leading to heroin abuse.
The expenses related to a breach as well as the increasing number of cyber targets are troubling companies in all industries.
Brokers urge policyholders to understand their policies and avoid the harsh surprises insureds faced in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
Early adopters are embracing wearable tech for safety and workers’ comp applications. But employers must take care to avoid running afoul of HIPAA.
The country’s first young worker safety mandate may inspire other states to follow suit.
In the aftermath of riots, urban-based companies are strengthening contingency plans to protect their facilities, and most importantly, their employees.
With patent infringement litigation still going strong, companies seek methods of protection.