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Within the Automotive industry, enhancing your knowledge and resources are invaluable to effectively identify and manage your risks - while remaining fiscally balanced and structurally sound. We are updating our resource materials and educational offerings, but here are some materials that might be useful to you and your teams.

  • OSHA in 2015 and Changes in Reporting Injuries [ Webinar]

    On January 1, 2015, OSHA will require many more industries to create and record injuries and illnesses in the OSHA 300 Injury and Illness Recordkeeping log for the first time. Reporting of severe injuries or illnesses directly to OSHA will change. This Gallagher Risk Management Strategies webcast with delve deeper into what these changes mean to you and your organization.

  • Updates to OSHA's Recordkeeping Rules [ Webinar]

    Starting on January 1, 2015, businesses that were previously exempt from retaining specific OSHA injury and illness recordkeeping forms will have to do so. This webinar can help guide businesses in understanding how to complete these forms, what severe injuries need to be reported directly to OSHA - and when.

  • 3 Simple Steps for Creating a Strong Safety Culture [ Webinar]

    Culture plays a critical role in an organization’s safety performance, yet most of us have a hard time explaining in practical terms what culture is. This is one of the reasons why so many organizations struggle to change their safety culture. This webcast starts by explaining safety culture in very practical terms and then draws from research to provide a clear approach for positively changing the culture within an organization. Three simple steps are described which leaders from the front line to the board room can use to deliberately shape their organization’s safety cultures.

  • Risk Management Strategies Webcasts: 2015 Culture Series [ Webinar]

    The Gallagher Risk Management Strategies Webcasts – Culture Series is a collection of popular webcasts focused on establishing a culture change mindset, creating a strong safety culture and developing bilingual safety training.

  • Risk Management Strategies Webcasts: Recordkeeping Series [ Webinar]

    Gallagher Risk Management Strategies Webcasts – Recordkeeping Series is a collection of popular webcasts focused on new updates in OSHA recordkeeping and compliance as well as risk exposures given changing laws with medical marijuana and weapons in the workplace.

  1. Do you have coverage for liability arising from your customers' personal information being compromised?
  2. Do you have coverage for wrongful termination, discrimination, sexual harassment and misconduct?
  3. Does your broker offer training and support in improving claims reporting?
  4. Do you have Directors & Officers liability coverage?
  5. Does your policy provide lawsuit defense expense coverage in addition to policy limits for auto liability or environmental liability?
  6. Does your broker provide you with access to bond lines for airport concession agreements?
  7. Does your broker serve as your risk management partner (i.e., contract review, certificate management, etc.)?
  8. Does your broker keep you updated on the latest insurance industry intelligence relating to your business?
  9. Would you be interested in another opinion on your insurance coverage and service?

The following materials could be valuable to implementing new safety programs and initiatives. They include information about:

  • A Minute for Safety - Personal Hygiene [ Minute For Safety Newsletter]

    Personal hygiene is the basic concept of cleaning, grooming and caring for our bodies. While it is an important part of our daily lives at home, personal hygiene isn’t just about combed shiny hair and brushed teeth; its important for worker health and safety in the workplace.

  • A Minute for Safety - Lithium Battery Handling [ Minute For Safety Newsletter]

    Lithium and lithium-ion batteries are rechargeable batteries used in consumer products such as laptops, cell phones, medical devices, automobile and aerospace applications. Proper storage and handling of lithium batteries maintains their integrity and can prevent fires, explosions and potential exposures.

  • Un Minuto para la Seguridad - Manipulación de las baterías de litio [ Minute For Safety Newsletter]

    Las baterías de litio y de ion de litio son baterías recargables que se utilizan en productos de consumo tales como computadoras portátiles, teléfonos celulares, dispositivos médicos, automóviles y aplicaciones aeroespaciales.

  • A Minute for Safety - Electrical Safety - Know the Ground Rules [ Minute For Safety Newsletter]

    Electricity is an essential source of energy for most work-related operations. However, fewer sources have a greater potential to cause harm than electricity. Working safely with electricity is possible if you are trained in, understand, and follow certain basic ground rules.

  • Un Minuto para la Seguridad - Seguridad Eléctrica Conozca las Normas Básicas [ Minute For Safety Newsletter]

    La electricidad es una fuente esencial de energía para la mayoría de las operaciones relacionadas con la agricultura. Sin embargo, pocas fuentes tienen un mayor potencial de causar daño que la electricidad. Es posible trabajar con seguridad con la electricidad si usted tiene la capacitación necesaria, entiende y sigue ciertas normas básicas.

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  • Risk Management Safety Insight: Confined Space - Workplace or Tomb? [ Risk Management Safety Newsletter]

    Unfortunately, entry into confined spaces frequently results in serious injury or death, not only to the initial entrant but to would-be, untrained rescuers.

  • Risk Management Safety Insight: DOT Amends Employee Drug Testing [ Risk Management Safety Newsletter]

    On November 13, 2017, the Department of Transportation amended its drug testing program regulation which, among other things, adds certain semisynthetic opioids to its drug testing panel.

  • Risk Management Safety Insight: They Care, Now What? [ Risk Management Safety Newsletter]

    Over the past several months we have been proposing an approach for holding others accountable for failed performance that is grounded in a “contextual” diagnostic model. This model allows you to determine the “real” causes of failed performance prior to determining the “best” approach for improving that performance going forward.

  • Risk Management Safety Insight: OSHA Extends E-Reporting Deadline to December 15, 2017 [ Risk Management Safety Newsletter]

    As most employers probably know by now, OSHA’s revised recordkeeping rule requires certain employers to electronically file injury and illness data with OSHA.

  • RMSI: Management Alert [ Risk Management Safety Newsletter]

    Unfortunately, workplace violence is becoming an ever-increasing liability in the workplace. Despite the presence of workplace violence prevention programs intended to avoid this hazard entirely within the workplace, it is becoming all to frequent that there may be an active shooter incident at the workplace.

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