Tag: Risk Management

Campgrounds May Be Seasonal – Risk Management Is Not

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Campground Insurance

This coming weekend we will celebrate Labor Day. For most Americans this holiday marks the end of the summer season. And, as such, many seasonal businesses which operate chiefly in the spring and summer months will prepare to close. These types of businesses vary by geographical location, but can include pool maintenance, children’s summer camps, lawn and yard maintenance, water raft excursions, and both public and private campgrounds. And while…

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Insuring Multi-Family Dwellings

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Insuring Multi-Family Dwellings

Last summer we read with interest a new report by the Pew Research Center. After reviewing Census Bureau housing data, it was determined that currently more U.S. households are headed by renters than at any time-period since 1965. The reasons for this are many and perhaps you have noticed in your own state that the number of multi-family dwellings has increased in the last decade. This is a good indicator…

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Fitness Centers Need for Risk Control

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Fitness Center Risk Control

Yes, 2018 is here! On New Year’s Eve, many people made resolutions. Articles abound in January on the types of resolutions pledged (although not necessarily kept). In fact, there is a website Statistic Brain that offers the following: In 2017, ranking number 1 for 2017 was to lose weight and eat healthier (21.4%), while 5.5% (number 7) of resolutions dealt with to work out more often. Additionally, Statistic Brain reports…

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Resort Risk Management: 5 Tips for Keeping Guests Safe 

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Resort in the mountains

As a resort owner and operator, you know it’s important to keep your facilities up-to-date. Periodically remodeling bathrooms, installing new landscaping and optimizing your website are all par for the course in resort maintenance and management. But, have you considered upgrading your security measures too? Keeping your guests safe and secure while they are on your property represents one of the most important services that you can offer. And, it…

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Risk Management: 4 Strategies for Contractors

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Construction contractors

Whether you manage residential renovations specializing in sustainable building practices or large-scale, landmark commercial builds, you know that any construction project can potentially pose serious safety hazards. With materials regularly weighing several tons and tradesmen often working several stories off the ground, you simply can’t be too careful. That’s why it’s important to be proactive about maintaining a job site that protects your employees from harm by eliminating unnecessary hazards….

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A Few Tips for Bike Maintenance

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Bike Maintenance

Mountain biking and cycling are excellent means of transportation, as well as great exercise – all while being a total blast! Routine maintenance is crucial for a healthy bike, but it is also important to “know your stuff” when you walk into a bicycle shop to drop some dollars. Here are few helpful tips for Bike Maintenance: The only bad bikes are the ones that you do not ride. If…

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Don’t Slip

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Wet Floor Sign

One of our many specialty insurance niches is restaurant insurance. A slip and fall  happens to be the largest worker’s compensation insurance claim we see. So how can you prevent a slip and fall in restaurants? Below are a few risk management tips that have helped our clients. 1.  Become obsessed with preventing slip and falls. To learn more reach out to the National Floor Safety Institute (NFSI). 2.  Lots…

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