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  • Risk Considerations for Battery Energy Storage Systems [ Whitepaper]

    Understanding the risk for battery energy storage systems (BESS) that help to balance and our power grids to keep us connected.

  • Gallagher Saved REIT Management 22% with CORE360 [ Case Study]

    We received an opportunity to review the insurance program of a hotel REIT when there was a shift in their management team.

  • A Change in Brokers Can Mean Over $500,000 in Savings [ Case Study]

    With operations under financial pressure, a large energy exploration & production company found its insurance purchase elevated to a boardroom issue. Cutting costs was critical – but leaving its balance sheet vulnerable in an already fragile economic environment was not an option. The company hired Gallagher to save them premium AND improve coverage. Here’s what we achieved for them over the course of our first two years as their broker.

  • Environmental Risk and Insurance Discussion for Schools, School Districts and School Pools [ Whitepaper]

    This review is provided by Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., one of the world’s leading providers of risk management and insurance brokerage services. Gallagher Environmental Practice specializes in providing environmental risk management and insurance services. Our role as an industry leader is to (1) identify the potential environmental risks our clients may be facing, (2) analyze the risks in terms of potential frequency and severity, and (3) review the appropriate risk control and financing mechanisms, including environmental insurance, available to address these risks.

  • Look Before You Leap: Managing Global Mobility [ Whitepaper]

    How do you determine the best global mobility assignment type for employees? Learn about global trends and cost, benefit and compliance factors to consider when looking at long- and short-term assignments. Updated January 2016.

  • Institutional Investment & Fiduciary Services - December 22 - Weekly Market Update [ Market Report]

    'Twas the week before Christmas, when all through the markets not a creature was stirring, not even the Energy Sector. As 2014 comes to a close, energy stocks posted major losses, but institutional investors should still believe. Our Weekly Market Update examines the most recent data.

  • Recruiting & Retention Opportunities for the Energy Industry in a Changing Environment [ Whitepaper]

    As the generational gap increases, so does the demand for qualified talent, creating a hyper-competitive environment in the energy industry. A strategic plan specific to recruiting and retention is vital to the success of energy companies. In his whitepaper Recruiting & Retention Opportunities for the Energy Industry in a Changing Environment, author James Wright explores some solutions to the competitive environment created by this intellectual gap.

  • Workers Compensation: Fall 2013 State of the Market [ Whitepaper]

    Despite improvement in insurer underwriting results in 2012, the workers compensation market continues to be challenging to both employers and insurance carriers alike. To gain a broader sense of this situation, review the Gallagher Workers Compensation — Fall 2013 State of the Market whitepaper.

  • Preventing Back Strains at a Metal Fabricator [ Case Study]

    At a metal fabrication company, a group of employees known as “catchers” were incurring significant head and back injuries. To help reduce workers compensation claims and improve safety at the plant, changes had to be implemented immediately.

  • Violent and Malicious Acts Coverage: Are You Prepared? [ Whitepaper]

    Introducing a coverage designed to help you move forward after the unthinkable happens. Available exclusively from Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. and underwritten by Lloyd’s of London.

  • A Minute for Safety: Accident Investigations [ Minute For Safety Newsletter]

    Accidents happen every day and for many reasons. Usually, they're the result of people, equipment or surroundings failing to perform as expected. A thorough accident investigation procedure is an important part of any safety program. It helps an employer understand what caused the accident and what can be done to prevent a recurrence.

  • A Minute for Safety: Hand Washing and Glove Safety [ Minute For Safety Newsletter]

    Hand washing is considered a routine practice of hygiene, but many workers don’t realize how important it can be in the prevention of disease. Proper skin care and hand protection help to keep workers healthier, productive and on the job.

  • A Minute for Safety: Hoisting Heavy Loads [ Minute For Safety Newsletter]

    In industrial or manufacturing environments, a hoist is a lifting mechanism used for heavy loads. This drum or wheeled mechanism includes ropes or chains for lifting. While a hoist can have significant benefits, it can cause serious injuries if used improperly or without proper safety training.

  • A Minute for Safety: Green Muscles [ Minute For Safety Newsletter]

    For roles requiring a significant amount of manual labor, you might find your body takes a certain amount of time to acclimate to the new physical demands. Muscles that weren’t used before — or were used rather infrequently — might undergo a certain amount of soreness for a brief period of time. “Green” muscles refer to the transitioning of infrequently used muscles into working ones.

  • A Minute for Safety: Handle Tools for Your Safety [ Minute For Safety Newsletter]

    Many workers routinely use hand tools and don’t think of them as dangerous, but accidents continue to occur. Protect yourself and your employees with documented procedures, communications and training.

  • A Minute for Safety: Machine Guarding [ Minute For Safety Newsletter]

    Moving machine parts can cause minor injuries such as cuts and scrapes, as well as major crushing and amputation injuries and even death. Learn about machine guarding and the safe work practices you need to follow.

  • A Minute for Safety: Hearing Protection Devices [ Minute For Safety Newsletter]

    To protect worker hearing, employers should conduct sound surveys, control noise exposures, enroll affected employees in a hearing conservation program and provide hearing protection. Hearing protection devices (HPD) such as earmuffs and earplugs can be an effective measure to protect hearing in noisy work environments.

  • A Minute for Safety: Types of Injuries - How Workers Get Hurt [ Minute For Safety Newsletter]

    Worker injuries and accidents can happen anywhere and anytime, but they can be prevented if your employees know the causes of accidents and the best ways to avoid them. This whitepaper highlights the four top causes of workplace accidents and injuries and provides recommendations on how to prevent them.

  • Risk Management Safety Insight: Combustible Dust Standards Update [ Risk Management Safety Newsletter]

    Following some catastrophic workplace disasters over the years, there have been calls for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to adopt a comprehensive combustible dust standard. While OSHA has yet to act, it’s likely that they will implement a comprehensive combustible dust standard for all industries.

  • Un Minuto para la Seguridad: Músculos Verdes [ Minute For Safety Newsletter]

    (Spanish Version - A Minute for Safety: "Green" Muscles") Para las funciones que requieren una gran cantidad de mano de obra, puede encontrarse con que su cuerpo necesita una cierta cantidad de tiempo para aclimatarse a las nuevas exigencias físicas. Los músculos que no se utilizaron antes — o se utilizaban con poca frecuencia — podrían experimentar una cierta cantidad de dolor por un breve período de tiempo. Músculos "verdes" hacen referencia a la transición de los músculos que se usan con poca frecuencia en los que trabajan.

  • Un Minuto para la Seguridad: Seguridad Contra Incendios [ Minute For Safety Newsletter]

    (Spanish Version - A Minute for Safety: Fire Safety) Prevención de incendios y la seguridad en el lugar de trabajo es fundamental para la protección de los trabajadores y reducir las posibles pérdidas financieras de la empresa. Planificación, documentación, continuando la identificación de los riesgos y de la formación son sólo algunos aspectos importantes para abordar en la prevención de incendios.