CSIS Insurance Services, Inc. Blog
Among the common causes of accidents at the workplace are slips and falls. These result in injuries from mild to serious. Bruises, sprains, lacerations, head injuries, and broken bones are just some of the examples that workers could suffer from. The good news is, there are ways to reduce the risks of slips and falls in your business. Both of your employees and customers are going to be safe as you make the workplace environment free from these accidents.
Most contractors would not think about insurance until it is renewal time. This is their biggest mistake. Whether it is your fault or your insurance broker's, overlooking a detail of your insurance policy may lead to disastrous consequences. The worst would be having to end up paying too much. Here are some tips on how to handle insurance and workers comp for your company and your employees as well.
Whether your workers install a sprinkler or merely paint a section of the building, there are risks involved. When your group of workers face risks, you also endanger yourself at the same time. Contracting is not only extremely labor-intensive, it also carries with it a lot of physical dangers to your workers and liability risks to you as the employer.
Thus, as a contractor, you should know these tips on how to improve the safety conditions for your workers.
Employees are a company's costliest expenditure. Salaries and benefits cost more than any other section of a business. This is why high attrition rates are a death knell for a company. Consider this, a new hire would have to be trained at least 6 months to be able to replace an experienced employee.
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