Certificates of Insurance Act

KMRD Are You Ready for One Minute From Normal?

On April 10, the Certificates of Insurance Act will take effect in New Jersey. The provisions of this act will apply to all certificates of insurance issued in connection with property, operations or risks located in New Jersey, regardless of where the policyholder, insurer, insurance producer or person requesting or requiring the issuance of a […]

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KMRD Partners Risk & Insurance Solutions – 2015 Year in Review

KMRD Better Teamwork Leads to Better Risk Management

Dear Valued Clients, Partners and Prospects, We are eternally grateful to our clients and partners for their support with another successful and rewarding year at KMRD. Better teamwork leads to better results!  The following are some highlights: COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY TALENT We are proud of our community efforts!  This year was productive as ever providing meaningful support […]

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BYOD – Bring Your Own Device – Suggested Risk Control Measures

Cell Phone Risk

At our website www.oneminutefromnormal.com we ask visitors the question: What if an unscheduled event suddenly seizes control of your business? Are you ready? Although companies can save money by adopting a “bring your own device” policy, cyber risk is significantly heightened when employees carry company information outside the office. Manage your company’s risk with this […]

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Collaborative Risk Management System to Manage Business Risk

KMRD Partners uses a collaborative risk management system, KMRD XChange, to help the firm stand above the competition and manage business risk better for clients. At a 2011 roundtable in New York, PropertyCasualty360.com asked Robert Dietzel, co-founder of KMRD partners (which at the time had $20 million in premium volume and 20 employees) some questions about the value […]

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From Gerry’s Desk – REMINDER – New Reporting Requirements from OSHA

In the past, employers were only required to report a work-related fatality or when three or more workers were hospitalized in the same occurrence. It has now changed. Employers are required not only to report all work related fatalities within 8 hours , but in addition, all work-related inpatient hospitalizations, amputations, and loss of an […]

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