Bill Ziebell and Mike Pesch discuss how to effectively manage overall risk for long-term sustainability by assessing the significance of specific risks that include human capital as well as property and casualty concerns. They also explore the use of risk surveys to create risk maps that provide a quick-reference guide for insights into the state of an organization’s risk management program, individually, or from an industry perspective.
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James Rice and John Ergastolo discuss the importance of identifying and managing risk at the intersection of work performed by the boardroom and the C-suite, and recommend five strategies for mitigating organizational risk. They also outline an approach to determining the insurance coverage that’s needed once the risks have been reduced.
This Weekly Market Update reviews the top 3 market headlines: Brexit begins, consumer spending boosts growth and U.S. deficit approaches dangerous level.
Not a day goes by that we don’t come across some form of hazard at work, at home and during our day-to-day activities. Some hazards require a trained eye to identify, but more often than not we simply don’t notice them—even if they’re obvious.
In this CompDoctor article, Jim Fox and Bruce Lawson answer the following question about how to prepare as a organization for an expected new law regarding pay equity: Given recent activity at the federal level, our state legislature is considering passing a law requiring gender pay equity. While this is not a new issue, it is likely to pass this year. We are trying to understand what that would mean and what we will need to do internally in the event that the pay equity bill passes. Can you help us determine what we need to do now so that we are prepared?
Have you joined the ranks of physician texters? If so, you may want to examine some precautions for mitigating risk with patient texts. First and foremost, meet with your staff and clinicians to discuss how texting is or should be used in your practice. This may facilitate all to “come clean” with their current texting patterns so it can lead to useful discussion.
As we take a closer look at the third sector, there is no question that there is a remarkable story of accomplishment, impact, mobilization of resources, partners, communities and technology that is compounding and bringing great resilience to the nonprofit sector.
We should always inspect electrical tools prior to operation to make sure they are functioning properly. But how do you know if the outlet that you plug the tool into is working properly? An electrical outlet that is not wired properly can make an otherwise safe tool dangerous. A simple solution is to test the outlet using a outlet tester.
In this issue, when will the MPL market turn; General Counsel’s exposure during cyber incidents; medical device malware; facial injuries in SNFs; as well as a reminder that employee information held by retirement plans must also be protected.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has proposed a rule change regarding how Public Assistance is computed for each grantee (state). It outlines a formula that would calculate a deductible for each state. FEMA is asking for public comment by April 12, 2017 – so this needs your immediate attention.