Are your Employees Safe?
Are your employees safe?
Committing to workplace safety is one New Year’s resolution worth keeping.
Approximately 5,000 workers die from job injuries in the US each year, while approximately 50,000 die from work-related injuries. These injuries exert enormous personal and financial losses on affected workers, their families and businesses.
Following are a few checks regarding your company’s workplace safety:
- Have the workers at your company been informed regarding best practices on how to do their jobs safely?
- Is your company completing all necessary protocols to prevent an injury before it occurs?
- Is your company doing everything possible to prevent the injury and possible death of your workers?
- If there is a workplace injury, do you have a response plan in place? Has it been published and widely disseminated? Is it kept up to date?
Workplace injuries will also affect a firm’s Workers’ Compensation rate. KMRD Partners understands the many issues that are part of the premium determination for Workers’ Compensation coverage, beginning with loss prevention and claims management.
At KMRD Partners, we realize expertise in assessing and transferring risk through proper insurance coverage is only part of what it takes to properly service our insureds. We also support them with experienced, knowledgeable claims management professionals who act as their advocates following one minute from normal.
KMRD reduces the overall cost of risk for clients by producing a greater value for each insurance dollar spent, while utilizing an enterprise risk management approach to engineer the optimal solution. The firm’s diagnostic process is supported by its unique collaborative technology, KMRD XCHANGE ®
We are dedicated to anticipating risk and helping firms recover from unplanned events that wait on the other side of one minute from normal.
To review your organization’s insurance coverage please contact your KMRD Partners relationship manager or e-mail us at email@example.com before one minute from normal strikes.