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The Benefits of Your Loss Control Consultant

Loss Control for insurance is defined as risk management procedures designed to reduce the chances of claims against insurance policies. It mainly involves recognizing potential risks within the workplace and is attended to by voluntary or required actions a policyholder…

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Are Your Servers Trained and Certified with TIPS?

We didn’t know if there would be a football season this year, but here we are! The BIG Ten has even reversed its earlier decision, and now games will start in October…GO BUCKS! COVID-19 has changed how we’ll watch these…

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Light Industrial – Heavy on Protection

  Light industrial is a term you often hear when discussing commercial insurance, but what does it mean? Typically, light industrial refers to operations such as machine shops, sheet metal work (shop only, no installation), and manufacturing of metal goods,…

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Does your Business Have a Roof Inspection Program?

If you own a business, you may have had your property inspected by a loss control representative from your insurance carrier. If so, they probably asked you, “Do you have a roof inspection program in place? How often do you…

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TIPS for Your Servers This Football Season

Football season is here! It seems to evoke a sense of enthusiasm and celebration, especially when your favorite team is playing! Just look at the fans in the picture (the guy in the blue’s team just got scored on, I…

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Flammable Material Safety for Small Businesses

One of the most common fire hazards I encounter while doing business walk-throughs is the presence of flammable materials. These are substances that can ignite easily and burn rapidly. Larger industrial and manufacturing operations are often well-aware of the hazards…

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Living the Glamorous Life of Loss Control

A day in the life of a loss control consultant is the closest thing in the insurance industry to being a rock star. People love to see my name calling on their phone or see me showing up at their…

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Correct Cuts: Kitchen Knife Safety

I recently smoked 30 pounds of pork shoulder for a relative’s birthday party. Turning those juicy hunks of meat into sandwiches required a bit of work, so I was working diligently to separate meat from bone and chop into scrumptious…

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Insurance and the Military: Two Career Paths, One Destination

Throughout my years in high school and college, the thought of entering the insurance field had never crossed my mind. During that time, I was fully consumed into wanting to join the military and go off on some grand adventure….

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Turn On the Lights

When conducting loss control inspections, one of the first elements of a business I evaluate is the lighting. My reasoning is not only so I can see where I am going, but also knowing poor or inadequate lighting can lead…

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