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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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OSHA New Rules Address Post-Accident Drug Testing, Retaliation Claims, and Electronic Injury

OSHA’s new final rules call into question mandatory post-accident drug screenings and safety incentive programs, open the door to new retaliation citations, and will require employers to post OSHA logs electronically. Maximum penalties for OSHA violations are set to increase too for the first time since 1990 as part of overall federal penalty adjustments mandated by Congress last year. Attend the webcast to learn what you must know and do to protect your employer and yourself from OSHA penalties.

Tag(s): Loss Control; OSHA; Post-Accident Drug Testing; Retaliation Claims; Electronic Injury;

Innovative Risk Management is a Win-Win for Our Clients

A large privately held transportation company was forming an “asset light” division staffed with independent contractors instead of company drivers. During the due diligence process of formulating the independent contractor program recommendations, the prospect disclosed several additional coverage and service issues they were experiencing with the broker that had handled their insurance for the past 25 years.

Tag(s): Transportation; Case Study;

Is Your Insurance Program Providing the Best Coverage at the Best Pricing?

We had been prospecting a large dealership with multiple locations. The prospect was pleased with the structure of their current program and with their broker and insurance carrier. They assumed they had first-rate coverage and that the current broker had effectively marketed their insurance program in recent years, ensuring they had the best coverages and pricing available in the marketplace.

Tag(s): Transportation; Case Study;

Healthcare Monthly Minute: July 2016

A patient comes to see you. You notice swelling in their legs and sores on their feet. Lab tests show results consistent with diabetes. You recommend the patient see an endocrinologist. A year passes and you realize in looking over records that you haven’t heard from or made contact with the patient. How did this happen? Inadequate follow-up care is not only a patient safety issue, but also a liability risk for physicians.

Tag(s): Healthcare;