As an employer, it’s important to involve your staff in workplace health and safety initiatives—such as a stop-work authority (SWA) program.
There is no such thing as a healthy tan. Any type of suntan is the result of sun damage caused by exposure to UV radiation from the sun.
Flooding is a major risk to any business. A general policy will not cover flood damage, this type of insurance is only available through the NFIP.
When working in environments with hot temperatures, high humidity or prolonged exposure to the sun, the risk for heat illness rises.
Your valuables are important to you, and in the event of a loss nothing causes more heartache than learning that you’re underinsured.
Coronavirus has had far-reaching effects on all aspects of business and society—including health savings accounts (HSAs).
Swimming is the 4th most popular recreational activity in the U.S, and it’s for good reason. Swimming has been linked to health many benefits.
Hurricanes are at their peak from June to November.
According to the National Fire Protection Association, nearly 9,000 home fires each year involve grills, so it’s important to brush up on barbecue safety.