Large scale catastrophic events can have significant impacts on your business for many reasons. The most obvious is direct damage to your facilities, which can also result in impaired operations. However, there are many secondary issues that can have detrimental effects. Utilities (including power, water, sewer, gas, etc.) often become unreliable due to wind damage or flooding. Infrastructure can sustain damage, which impedes access to and from your facilities.
Whether it’s your business or home, taking the necessary steps before, during and after a hurricane makes landfall is crucial to your safety and the well-being of your location. Download Hurricane Preparation: A Guide for Businesses & Homeowners so you’re better prepared when the time comes.
Following early reports that the 2020 hurricane season will be active, Hays is standing by to assist clients who have been affected; including those with facilities that have been directly impacted or are experiencing supply chain disruptions.
If this is an emergency, please contact our Emergency Claims Hotline at 1-844-239-4937 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Watch a recorded webinar titled “Understanding and Managing Your Company’s Safety Measurement System (SMS) and CAB Reports.” Topics covered include:
Distracted driving continues to be a national problem. Almost every state has a ban against texting and driving, and many states have gone beyond that, making handheld devices illegal while operating a motor vehicle. To aid in understanding your local laws, we have compiled a list of distracted driving laws for all 50 states.
While Distracted Driving Awareness Month is a prime opportunity to discuss fleet safety, it goes beyond simple rules against texting and driving. Organizations that have implemented a proper road safety culture start by screening drivers in the hiring process and then provide ongoing training and support throughout an employee’s career.