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Wearable ergonomics can reduce workplace injuries and workers’ compensation costs, but coordination and an alignment of incentives are required before they can gain a foothold.
COVID-19 business interruptions are hitting the retail sector particularly hard; here’s how supply chains are coping with panic-buyers.
Marsh explored COVID-19 liability by hosting a webinar on business interruption and employment law considerations.
Butler University Risk Management professor Zach Finn recommends a Pandemic Risk Insurance Act to help mitigate coronavirus losses for businesses.
The financial pressure on risk managers and businesses to address flooding risk in the wake of climate change is mounting. Here are a few ways to start.
In the workplace, wearables are becoming more popular than ever. But in order to implement this growing technology, understanding the different types and abilities is a must.
Shutting down production for even a few hours for maintenance can have a tremendous impact on profits, which is why predictive analytics can help catch a potential problem before it arises.
Construction sites are not only busy, they can be dangerous, expensive to operate and the projects themselves can take years to complete.
Joe Cellura, President, Allied World North America Property & Casualty gives our readers his take on one of the more controversial topics out there: gun policies in the workplace.
A fast-moving economy and just-in-time delivery are a few of the factors contributing to increased equipment failure risk.
In an environment where it is impossible to be prepared for every consequence of every event, business leaders instead need to practice the art of thinking strategically in a pinch.
Two risk managers with backgrounds in heavy industry were able to bring crucial risk management lessons learned into the hospitality arena.
A 2011 staged pirate attack on a Greek cargo vessel was an outlandish attempt to collect an insurance payment. These extreme fraud claims pose a legitimate threat to marine underwriters.
A recent study released by FM Global and commissioned from Pentland Analytics outlines hurricanes’ direct effect on shareholder value.
A Swiss Re study reports that the global economy has less capacity to absorb the impact of a shock than it did 10 years ago. But hope still remains.
Distributed ledger technology has the potential to improve supply chains worldwide and to minimize product recall losses. Now is the right time to prepare for widespread adoption.
No two construction projects are the same. That’s where artificial intelligence can help in the transfer of complex risk information.
With ‘traditional’ insurance pulling back in some lines, insureds are using captives to fill in the gaps.
Today’s technology can go a long way in helping to manage the hurricane season.
Philadelphia Insurance’s Brian Himmer discusses the multi-faceted exposures faced by pool construction and servicing companies.
Builder’s risk policies come with certain benefits because they offer all risk coverage. But there are downsides to consider.