Lessons Learned from Alcoa: Establishing a Safety Culture to Improve Business Performance, by Stephen Paulin

LessonsLearnedfromAlcoa How one man changed the safety culture of one of America's largest corporation, how you can … [Read more...]

OSHA Electronic Filing in Effect August 10, 2016

The federal Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) issued a Final Rule on May 12, 2016 that requires … [Read more...]

Work Comp Rates Due to Drop

California Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones recently announced a recommended work comp rate decrease effective July 1. … [Read more...]

The CFO as Chief Risk Officer

Today’s CFO faces pressure to cut costs, grow revenue, institute controls, and is even put at personal risk for the … [Read more...]

2015 Market Predictions

As January comes to a close, let's not forget the lessons of Janus, the Roman god for whom the month is named. As you … [Read more...]

Case Study: How a California Lumber Company Cut its Workers Comp Spending*

Ganahl Lumber has been family-owned for more than 100 years. The company has nine locations in Southern … [Read more...]

7 Ways to Improve WC Outcomes

As a seasoned insurance broker, I will be the first to admit that delving into articles about the pros and cons of how … [Read more...]

Workers’ Comp Under Reserves Revealed

California’s Workers’ Comp Bureau reports that the state’s work comp carriers are under reserved by nearly $12 million. … [Read more...]

AMA Declares Obesity a Disease

A vote by the American Medical Association (AMA) earlier this week will undoubtedly have a significant impact on your … [Read more...]

Emerging Insurance Cost Control Trends – May 14

Timely information in our constantly changing financial climate is essential to the profitable success of your business. … [Read more...]