Recorded Webinar: Workers’ Compensation Claims: 2020 and Beyond

WEBINAR

Join Hays Companies for a presentation and discussion on how businesses can take a proactive approach to compensation claims.

Proactive Preparation For Civil Unrest and Rioting

The ability to gather and peaceably protest is a long-standing and treasured American tradition. License for citizens to express dissent and call for actual or perceived wrongs to be remedied is among the cornerstones of the American democratic system. Occasionally, emotion and fervor may escalate the peaceful protest into civil disorder and chaos.

The Top Five Misperceptions About Use of Electronic Logging Devices For Businesses

Technological improvements have made it possible for a business to monitor nearly all aspects of a truck’s daily activities. Speed, location, sudden braking and even the sharpness of turns may all be monitored and recorded. Electronic logging devices (ELDs) are prudent for businesses using commercial trucks to monitor the risky activities of drivers. The use of ELDs is mandatory in many circumstances under the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSR).

Food & Agriculture Case Study: A Beef Processor’s Cost-Saving, Risk Mitigation Solution

Managing challenging risk in a difficult market puts a renewed emphasis on creative pre-loss strategies.
One of the largest beef processors in the United States hired Hays Companies to assist with their property insurance program. The client was a complex risk for insurers due to two unprotected processing facilities each with total insurable property values of more than $1 billion and business interruption exposures equating to more than $1.5 million per day. Hays Companies developed a property insurance program with more than twenty insurance markets in order to obtain sufficient capacity to provide an adequate loss limit.

Hazardous Energy Management: It Is More Than Control

Most of those in the safety field are familiar with the terms “control of hazardous energy,” “LOTO” or lockout/tagout. These have been a few of the names associated with company-specific written programs, compliance-based training curriculums, annual audits and regulatory documents on the subject for decades.

State of The Market Trends – Second Quarter

Hays Companies presents our Q2 State of the Market Trends. Our experts weighed in on trends that are affecting commercial insurance and risk management and delivered unique insight into the future. This succinct overview immediately dives into key changes in the marketplace and how that may impact your business.

Using Trade Credit Insurance in Accounts Receivable

Is one of your largest assets unprotected? Accounts receivable are often a business’s largest asset and directly affects cash flow and profitability. When left unprotected, they have the potential to put stress on your organization against nonpayment.

Recorded Webinar: Distracted Driving – Taking Back Our Roads

Distracted Driving is now a pervading issue in our country. In 2019, there were 4,816 DOT large truck and bus fatalities in the United States. Some auto insurance carriers indicate up to 50% of commercial/personal auto losses are due to distracted driving. Business and personal insurance rates for auto/fleets are rising exponentially due to this problem.

Damaged Business Properties and Insurance Claims

Civil unrest can result in property damage, vandalism and stolen or damaged goods. As business owners work to protect or repair their buildings, property insurance may cover costs associated with protection and preservation of property, business interruption and property damage.

Market Trends – First Quarter

Hays Companies presents our Q1 State of the Market Trends. Our experts weighed in on trends that are affecting commercial insurance and risk management, like COVID-19, and delivered unique insight into what is next in the property and casualty insurance world.