Blog Posts

  • Risk Transfer for Tenants and Users

    posted by Mya Batton on Thursday, May 25th, 2017

    Risk Transfer for Tenants and Users
    As part of sound Risk Management practices it is important to consider the potential hidden claim and indemnity costs associated with third-party presence at city, municipal or local facilities.

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  • Cyber Security for Small Businesses

    posted by Faith Dorn on Thursday, May 18th, 2017

    Cyber Security for Small Businesses
    Recent surveys conducted by the Small Business Authority, Symantec, Kaspersky Lab and the National Cybersecurity Alliance suggest that many small business owners are still operating under a false sense of cyber security.

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  • 6 Steps to Minimize Business Interruptions

    posted by Faith Dorn on Thursday, May 11th, 2017

    6 Steps to Minimize Business Interruptions
    According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, 40 percent of businesses never reopen after a disaster. Implementing steps to prepare for and respond to disasters can help to reduce loss.

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  • Summer Heat Safety

    posted by Jamie Badger on Thursday, May 04th, 2017

    Summer Heat Safety
    Hot weather causes more fatalities than any other weather-related source, but as long as proper safety steps are taken, these deaths are preventable.

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  • Tenants' Improvements and Betterments

    posted by Jamie Badger on Thursday, April 27th, 2017

    Tenants' Improvements and Betterments
    While legal definitions vary, improvements and betterments are anything that a tenant attaches to the landlord's real estate that becomes a permanent part of that real estate. When insurance claims are made, the following questions arise: Who did the improvements belong to? Who is responsible for paying damages?

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  • The Importance of Following OSHA Regulations

    posted by Jamie Badger on Thursday, April 20th, 2017

    The Importance of Following OSHA Regulations
    OSHA regulations cover a wide range of hazards, all of which imperil worker health and safety. Employers that go beyond minimal requirements to create a culture of safety at work generally see reduced costs, increased productivity and improved morale. On the contrary, employers that are negligent can face serious consequences if they receive a written citation for violating OSHA regulations.

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