Safety

Human Trafficking: How Businesses Can Combat the Modern Slavery Epidemic

Human Trafficking: How Businesses Can Combat the Modern Slavery Epidemic

Businesses must take steps to help identify and combat modern slavery on their premises and mitigate the risk of liability claims.

 
The Multi-State Workers Comp Conundrum

The Multi-State Workers Comp Conundrum

Jurisdiction matters when companies choose their workers compensation coverage.

 
Notepad: Risk in Review – September 2019

Notepad: Risk in Review – September 2019

Tesla’s safety claims scrutinized, Capital One hacked, global food supply at risk, and more.

 
Going for the Gold: Cyberrisks at the Olympic Games

Going for the Gold: Cyberrisks at the Olympic Games

As the world’s highest-profile sporting event approaches, organizers must prepare for an evolving array of cyberthreats.

 
Summertime on the Slopes

Summertime on the Slopes

Ski resorts are becoming year-round destinations, but as operations expand into other seasons, so do the risks.

 
Workers Compensation Insurance Gaps Expose Employers to Injury Lawsuits

Workers Compensation Insurance Gaps Expose Employers to Injury Lawsuits

State legislatures and the courts have allowed exceptions to the traditional workers compensation system that may expose employers to additional legal risk.

 
Diagnosis: Risk – The Product Liability Challenges of Diagnostic Health Tech

Diagnosis: Risk – The Product Liability Challenges of Diagnostic Health Tech

New digital health technology, especially in diagnostics, poses product liability questions.

 
Preparing Employees for Travel Risks

Preparing Employees for Travel Risks

Recent violence in Northern Ireland illustrates the need to prepare for risk in any destination.

 
Two Overlooked Factors in Disaster Recovery

Two Overlooked Factors in Disaster Recovery

Disaster resilience hinges on broader factors like prompt economic stimulus and strong local ties.

 
Notepad: Risk in Review – June 2019

Notepad: Risk in Review – June 2019

Global extinction, Notre Dame fire aftermath, cyclone preparedness in India, and more.

 
Risk Transfer Considerations in the Wake of a Construction Accident

Risk Transfer Considerations in the Wake of a Construction Accident

Those involved in construction should plan carefully not only how to minimize the risks of accidents but how to maximize their insurance and indemnification recoveries should an accident happen.

 
Before Disaster Strikes: How to Prepare for Natural Catastrophes

Before Disaster Strikes: How to Prepare for Natural Catastrophes

A thorough disaster preparedness and response plan will help protect personnel, facilities and operations, and speed business recovery.

 
The Seven Deadly Construction Sins

The Seven Deadly Construction Sins

These key construction problems often result in expensive claims and litigation.

 
What You Need to Know About ISO 45001

What You Need to Know About ISO 45001

A new standard can help risk managers improve their company’s health and safety culture.

 
Notepad: Risk in Review – May 2019

Notepad: Risk in Review – May 2019

Purdue settles opioid case, floods in the U.S. Midwest, Boeing planes grounded, and more.