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PEP Talk - Stay Cool

The summer months are upon us once again. Although the warm weather is welcomed by most, it can be deadly if the effects of heat are not understood or regarded with caution. Download this month’s newsletter for tips to help those who may suffer from heat-related injuries.

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School Talk - Stay Cool

The summer months are upon us once again. Although the warm weather is welcomed by most, it can be deadly if the effects of heat are not understood or regarded with caution. Download this month’s newsletter for tips to help those who may suffer from heat-related injuries.

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Gallagher Monthly Minute - Know the Scoop on Scope of Practice

In a recent Gallagher Monthly Minute, we discussed risk management strategies for physicians when employing or contracting with advanced practice providers (APPs) such as APRNs and PAs. As practices continue to look for ways to increase productivity and decrease their overhead costs, we are seeing many practices using the services of APPs and other forms of independent contractors (ICs). All forms of these types of partnerships come with additional responsibilities and create a liability exposure for your organization

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Transportation Safety Topic - See and Be Seen

There is a very important concept to driving safely in a car or a commercial motor vehicle; you must be able to see and you must be seen by others who are on the highway with you. Vision is critically important to safe driving, that’s why an eye exam is a part of your medical exam and why in most states renewing your license requires a simple eye test.

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Transportation Safety Topics - Speed Management

Speed is a factor in every motor vehicle collision; either the actual cause of the collision or severity of the collision. The high school physics formula is Mass (weight) x Velocity (speed) = Force. So the larger the vehicle, the greater the speed the more force or energy is generated in the crash. This force is what creates the damage; to people, to vehicles and/or other property. Understanding this principle clearly illustrates why controlling and managing speed is so critically important.

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