Unfortunately, flooding is the most common type of natural disaster that occurs in the United States and, although some areas are ranked as low risk, floods can happen anywhere. Ensuring you have proper coverage in case of a flood is an essential component of protecting your home and your assets. Under most standard homeowners, renters, […]
Trenching and excavation can be dangerous tasks and are one of the most hazardous types of work performed in construction. Due to the potential dangers, trenching and excavation have extensive safety requirements that should always be adhered to.
Often safety incidents on worksites are only tracked when the worst happens: a major injury or a fatality. But experts suggest that it is crucial to be tracking any and all incidents, from near misses to minor injuries, in an attempt to track potentially serious dangers before the worst happens.
According to the Society for Human Resource Management, approximately 9 percent of U.S. employers allow their employees to bring their dogs to work every day. With this trend on the rise, many employers are wondering if allowing dogs into their workplace is right for them.
As hackers recognize that good things come in small packages, and as large enterprises improve their information security, thieves are increasingly targeting small- and medium-sized businesses (SMB). Limited resources, budgets and staffing make these businesses easy targets for cybercriminals.
We are proud to share that Dan Tauriello, our dedicated SafeLand instructor for AssuredPartners Colorado, was highlighted in the Instructor Spotlight section of the most recent PEC Safety Newsletter.
Nominations for the 2019 Colorado Manufacturing Awards are officially open! Nominations will close Friday, February 8th, 2019. Contact us to get your company nominated!
AssuredPartners Colorado partners with Pinnacol Assurance to offer workers’ compensation coverage to our clients. In the article below, Pinnacol highlights Cost Containment Certification and how it can pay off for your business.