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Safety Resource Library

We’ve been insuring community organizations for more than 75 years, which means we’ve picked up valuable information about helping you protect yourself, your organization and the people who depend on it. Our resource center includes a wealth of materials featuring safety and security knowledge from our experts and the industry leaders we work with.

To get started, first choose your organization type, then select from a variety of topics designed to help make your organization more secure.

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Cybersecurity Tips to Keep your Organization’s Data Safe

As technology becomes more and more prevalent in both our professional and personal lives, so do the cyber threats that exist. Consider the ...
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Returning Idle Equipment to Normal Service After an Extended Shutdown

Building systems equipment will require special attention if it's been idle during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here's how to make sure everything...
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Catalytic Converter Theft Prevention

Why thieves are after this auto part — and what you can do to stop them.
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Preventing Water Damage from Sanitary Sewer and Storm Drain Backup

Precautions you can take to prevent water damage to your building from storm drain or sanitary sewer backup.
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Emergency Shelters

Several factors need to be reviewed before transforming an organization’s facilities into an emergency shelter.
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Fourth of July Fireworks

Many organizations look for opportunities to celebrate within their communities, and Independence Day is great reason for celebration. After...
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Severe Weather Preparedness

In every season of the year, there is typically at least one natural disaster that could pose a threat to your organization. As the temperat...
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How to Help Prevent and Handle Wildfires

The risk of wildfires increases when facilities are located closer to natural fuels and farther from fire suppression resources. Owning prop...
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Find a Safe Space to Ride Out the Storm

The U.S. experiences over 100,000 thunderstorms each year, and approximately 10 percent of these storms are classified as severe. Severe thu...
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Workers' Compensation Recordkeeping

Businesses are required to keep two types of workers’ compensation (WC) records. The first is required by approved State Occupational Safe...
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Collecting Drug Test Samples

Drug tests can be conducted on the following samples: urine, saliva, sweat and hair. Detection times vary depending on many factors, includi...
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Essential Elements Of A Drug-Testing Program

An effective drug-testing program consists of two key elements: (1) a general understanding of illicit drug use and the primary regulation t...
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Employer Drug Testing: An Overview

It’s no secret that the use of alcohol and illicit drugs can impair a person’s judgment, dexterity and overall safety. What is shocking ...
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Tips and Considerations for Installing a New Roof

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Tips and Tricks for Writing a Grant Proposal

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Fact Sheet: Key Elements of an Effective Modified Duty Return-to-Work Program

For decades now, research has documented the value of returning an injured worker (IW) to work as soon as possible, even the day of injury. ...
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Fact Sheet: Fit for Duty Medical Screening Questions

Pre-employment medical screenings need to be completed after a job offer has been made and prior to the start date. Each screening should be...
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Fact Sheet: Immunization Program Considerations

Because they’re regularly exposed to patients and/or infectious materials, healthcare personnel (HCP)* are considered to be at substantial...