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At Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., we try to learn everything we can about the industries we serve and the risks they may encounter. It’s a commitment that’s embedded in our corporate culture to expanding our expertise, continuing educational development and gathering topical updates to remain ahead of the curve.

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Risk Management’s Standard of Practice

ISO 31000 (published in the United States as ISO/ANSI/ASSE 31000) is the only international standard for the practice of risk management. It was issued in December of 2009, by an international working group that included technical advisors from 26 countries. ISO 31000 was intended to be a guide for practitioners, decision makers, policy makers and those interested in risk management. It provides a framework for organizations wanting to manage risk consistently, efficiently and effectively.

Tag(s): Enterprise Risk Management;

Integrating Absence Management and Wellness Strategy

Agnes Nines, Mid-Atlantic Region Absence Management Practice Leader, Health & Welfare Consulting, writes, “With the expanded emphasis on wellness strategy as a means to better engage employees, and in turn, increase productivity and bottom-line cost containment, savvy employers are beginning to view disability benefits through the broader lens of wellness.” Read more about integrating absence management and wellness strategy.

Tag(s): Health & Welfare; Wellness; Absence Management;

PEP Talk - Hands Only CPR

The Center for Disease Control reports 715,000 Americans experience a heart attack each year. Only about 6 percent of those who are stricken outside a hospital survive. In an effort to save more lives, the American Heart Association and American Red Cross jointly promoted, in 2010, compression only cardiopulmonary resuscitation; better known as hands-only CPR.

Tag(s): Public Sector;

Advisor Newsletter - The Importance of Consent

In a recent case, the Supreme Court of Georgia unanimously upheld the dismissal of an insured’s complaint against its insurer seeking coverage for amounts paid to settle an underlying lawsuit and alleging bad faith because the insured settled the underlying lawsuit without its insurer’s consent.

Tag(s): Management Liability;