Have you ever been frustrated over the process of buying insurance for your business? While it’s a time-consuming, difficult task, but doing it right is worth the effort. To make the process as smooth as possible, pay attention to every detail and provide as much information as you can to the underwriter.
How safe is your small business office? When it comes to injuries at work, you might think of construction sites or other more hazardous workplaces, but in fact the Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that around 76,000 office workers fall victim to disabling injuries each year.
For three decades, OSHA has helped employers prevent injuries and save lives by protecting the workforce. If a workplace is OSHA-compliant, the employer will be empowered to recognize work hazards, protect employees from illness and injury, prevent death, and cultivate educated employees who foster general safety for the entire workplace.
Businesses have to look at risks, access the capabilities and install security to prevent attacks or infiltrations. Despite all the good intentions and knowledge of security issues, most businesses are lax with risk management.