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Something as simple as supplying every construction vehicle with a portable dry-chemical fire extinguisher could save millions.
Worldwide Facilities tripled in size in the past three years through acquisitions, organic growth and recruitment.
Claims about Tesla factory workers being put at risk are deeply troubling. Details that have come to light offer a useful guide to avoiding the hot seat the carmaker now sits in.
The city of Surprise found a unique way to cut workers’ comp costs dramatically, while securing prompt, high-quality care for their injured workers.
Turning data into actionable claims management strategies starts with asking the right questions.
Sean O’Connell, Jason Wren and Wendy Sue Ash join Aon’s Construction Service Group.
The Workforce Safety team at Northwell Health is full of fresh ideas, including a dynamic safe patient handling program that cut lost time and indemnity claims by a third.
The next wave of internet threats will involve deliberate attacks on reputation to undermine institutions and governments.
For small to mid-sized businesses operating abroad, risks multiply fast and could become an existential threat.
Ken Jones joins SterlingRisk; Julie Boucher and Chris Varin join Marsh Captives Solutions; Jennifer S. Lanter and Steven E. Dubiel join Willis Towers Watson; Kristy Kendle joins QBE North America.
Teaching business analytics without tying that teaching to important non-quantitative changes in our society creates new risks.
The University of Pennsylvania, a 2018 Teddy Award winner, turned the University’s workers’ comp program around, giving it a unified identity and the structure it needed to succeed.
Construction defect litigation and safety top the list of severe risks, but new technologies will also challenge the industry going forward.
The 2018 Teddy Award winners built their programs around people, not claims, and offer proof that a worker-centric approach is a smarter way to operate.
Monmouth County, New Jersey, used a combination of advanced technology and safety-and-wellness programs to lower claims 44 percent and losses by 76 percent from 2009 to 2017.
The American Tort Reform Foundation identified a total of 15 jurisdictions where plaintiffs win big in liability lawsuits.
For Main Line Health’s workers’ comp team, reducing employee injuries meant ditching the adversarial approach and pivoting to advocacy claims management.
In just four years, Starbucks Coffee Company changed the way workers’ comp claims were handled by placing the process in the hands of its partners.
Janine Kral works to identify and mitigate risks, building strong partnerships with leaders and ensuring they see her as support rather than a blocker.
From construction to cargo to cyber, an array of Insurtech technology solutions is beginning to bring real improvement to risk management safety strategies.
Mass shootings, cyber liability and medical costs are all public sector risks. Add to that budget shortfalls and the picture is grim.