Live Well, Work Well – September 2018

Articles Include:

  • HBP Guidelines Have Changed: Do You Know Your Risk?
  • Foodborne Illness is on the Rise: Protect Yourself
  • Fruits and Veggies: How Much is Enough?
  • Recipe: Beets, Beans, and Greens

16 Do’s and Don’ts When You Return Home After a Wildfire

Although wildfire property damage can be huge, often the danger is not over after the flames are putout. Flash flooding, structural damage, road instability and damaged trees are just some of the dangers that homeowners face after a wildfire.

ACA Compliance Bulletin: Final Rule Expands Short-Term, Limited-Duration Insurance

 

On Aug. 3, 2018, the Departments of Labor, Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Treasury (Departments) published final regulations amending the definition of shortterm, limited-duration insurance for purposes of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).

Read the full bulletin here.

OSHA Trade Release: FAQs and Videos on Silica Standards

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration(OSHA) announced that new frequently asked questions (FAQs) and training videos on the Agency’s standard for respirable crystalline silica in construction are now available online.

Understanding Business Owners Policies (BOPs)

It may sound like a dance craze from the 1950s, but a BOP—a Business Owners Policy—can protect your small business against today’s most common risks. Fire, burglary, liability and business interruption losses are all covered under a BOP.

Benefits Buzz – September 2018

Articles Include:

  • 2018 ACA Reporting Draft Forms Now Available
  • Two HSA Bills Passed by the House
  • Did You Know? Disease Management Programs

Safe & Sound Week: August 13th – 19th 2018

Safe & Sound Week for 2018 is this week, August 13th – 19th. This national event is all about raising awareness and understanding of workplace safety and health programs and discovering what can be done to make everyone safer on the job by participating in activities focused on management leadership, worker participation and finding and fixing hazards in the workplace.

Want to get involved? It all starts with making a commitment to safety and health.

For more information on the campaign, visit OSHA’s Safe & Sound page and follow AssuredPartners Colorado on Social Media for pointers on implementing all the components of the campaign into your workplace.

Live Well, Work Well

Articles Include:

  • Sunrays Aren’t the Only Thing You Can Catch at the Pool
  • Trouble Sleeping? Your Phone May be to Blame
  • Are You Up to Date on Your Immunizations?
  • Recipe: Spinach Power Salad with Mandarin Vinaigrette