Pan American Insurance Blog: workers compensation
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Thursday, March 17, 2022Retail property owners have a wide range of opportunities available to them to reduce workers’ compensation claims. In any setting, it is wise for companies to be proactive, looking for ways to reduce claims to save money. Yet, it’s not always simple. You run a busy location, and mistakes happen. READ MORE >>
Thursday, January 23, 2020When inviting employees to work within a certain space, employers have a responsibility to make that space as safe as possible. Accidents may happen, but it’s important to avoid preventable injuries. Some jobs, such as contractors and construction workers, are filled with hazards that seem impossible to avoid. READ MORE >>
Thursday, June 27, 2019Working doesn’t mean you sit behind a desk all day in one spot. You might have to leave the office to do business. Or, you might work outside the office on your regular course of duties. Because you might not be on the business premises all day, you might wonder if accidents occurring offsite will qualify you for workers’ compensation? READ MORE >>
Wednesday, April 10, 2019Landscaping is as important as construction when it comes to ensuring a property’s integrity. If you don’t do it right, you could compromise the structure you seek to beautify instead. However, even as low-risk as beautification might seem, it still can be risky from time to time. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, April 9, 2014As far as workplaces go, offices are generally among the safest. But why not make them even safer with a bit of extra effort? A safer workplace gives your employees a greater opportunity to stay well and also helps maximize their productivity. Not to mention, the less workers compensation claims filed, the less you generally have to pay for coverage. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, October 23, 2013Any workplace can become a danger zone, even a docile corporate office. That’s why, in 1970, Congress passed the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) which requires employers to follow specified safety standards in order to provide a non-hazardous workplace. READ MORE >>