Safety committees can play an effective role in any organizational risk management effort.
From hurricanes to floods, tornadoes and more, a natural disaster can occur when a business least expects it. While the timing can be unpredictable, there are some steps you can take to help prepare your business for recovery with these safety resources.
Use this document to assist your community association in developing a plan to mitigate the damage caused by storms as well as to protect people and property.
Adequate planning and execution can help protect life and property during times of civil unrest.
If your organizational safety manager is not actively involved, then you are missing out on a great opportunity to help protect your assets and control your insurance expenses.
Building alarm and suppression systems should be inspected by a certified third party on an annual basis. Use this form to record the inspection of the building’s fire protection equipment.
When using a portable heater, carefully follow these guidelines to help prevent a fire.
Resiliency and adaptability are necessities in today’s quickly evolving world.
This checklist provides information on methods to help prevent the freezing of systems and precautions to reduce the risk of fire if a system freezes.
This checklist will help you prevent fire on your farm and help keep fire under control. Mark each question with “yes” or “no”. Questions which receive “no” answers indicate potential danger spots which need prompt attention–and correction. INSPECT your farm yourself–TODAY!
How quickly a company can recover after an emergency, such as a terrorist attack, tornado, fire, or flood, often depends on pre-emergency planning.
Owning a rental property can be a risky business. Whether the air conditioner breaks or the plumbing malfunctions, landlords need to expect the unexpected.
Vapors from flammable liquids, gasses, organic dusts and fibers present a serious potential for fire and/or explosion.
Avoiding Dangers Associated with Cleanup and Recovery from Hurricanes is accomplished by adhering to appropriate safety measures.
If you are warned that a wildfire is threatening your area, listen to your radio for reports and evacuation information. Follow the instructions of local officials. You should also warn others of the threat and alert them to the possibility of evacuation.
Almost all injuries and property damage attributed to tornadoes are caused by violent winds, not by drops in atmospheric pressure.
As we take in the joys of the holiday season, don’t forget to also take a few steps to prevent potential disasters. Protect your employees, clients, volunteers and property this winter by taking precautionary measures to reduce the likelihood of damage caused by common winter hazards such as freezing pipes or icy parking lots.
How Equipment Breakdown insurance enhances your clients’ Property coverage.
Portable generators can be not only a convenience but a necessity during a power outage. However, portable generators can also be dangerous if used incorrectly.
At Great American, not only do we take loss control seriously, we try to make it easier for our customers to operate in a safer environment. From thermal imaging, various training sessions, and educational information such as our Safety Topics, we provide specialized services to reduce loss potential, loss costs, and control unsafe acts and conditions.Loss Control Services
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