Workers' Memorial Day
Workers’ Memorial Day April 28 An average of 13 working Americans are killed every day on the job, according to recent Department of Labor statistics. Under the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, employers are responsible for providing safe and healthful workplaces for their workers by setting and enforcing standards, as well as providing training, education and assistance. As part of those efforts, OSHA created Workers' Memorial Day, which is observed every year on
Are You Being Blindsided?
Auto insurance premiums in the construction industry have been on the rise since April of 2016. Most insurance providers feel the need for harder conditions in the auto insurance market is overdue, both personal and commercial auto policies are noticing the effects. And due to contributing factors that include the high costs of claims, increasing costs of vehicle repairs and unsafe driving behaviors. Automobile insurance costs are increasing across the board, regardless of in
NCCI - Eliminating ARD Rule May 1st
The ARD, a source of confusion for many employers, is being eliminated as of May 1, 2017.