An OSHA inspection doesn’t have to be a cause for panic. Here is how you can be prepared.
Even as much of the U.S. transportation infrastructure faces the possibility of failure, states are struggling to fund maintenance and repairs.
Internet-connected devices are becoming ubiquitous. Now, security needs to follow suit.
OSHA has a formidable reputation in the workplace, but sometimes contesting citations and fines can pay off.
As U.S.-style regulations take hold in other countries, corporate directors and officers are becoming a popular target for litigation.
Policyholders need to evaluate their insurance programs for coverage gaps to made sure they are protected in the event of a mass tort proceeding.
The triumphs and tragedies of the past year offer valuable lessons as risk managers look to help their organizations move forward into 2014.
Disruptive behaviors in health care settings can have serious repercussions.
Disruptive behaviors in health care settings can have serious repercussions on patient safety and the quality of care.
After decades of decline, Detroit is trying to reorganize under the largest municipal bankruptcy filing in U.S. history.
A year after Sandy struck the Northeast, the time to file a contingent business interruption claim is running out.
Understanding how the Affordable Care Act and other national trends are influencing the workers compensation market.
As risk managers look to define their role within an organization, they may find the answers they are looking for lie in ERM.
In the insurance world, modest year-over-year rate increases have led many to declare the soft market to be over.
When a pop singer like Adele or Lady Gaga is injured and can’t perform, simply cancelling a multi-million dollar tour is not an option.