Slips and falls account for a significant number of injuries to customers and employees every year. The causes of slip and fall accidents are varied, ranging from wet or greasy floors, clutter, and debris, to uneven surfaces, improper cleaning, lack of hazard identification, and – in a small number of … Read More
All too often you’re driving down the road and boom! You see something that has fallen from an open-bed vehicle in front of you and you need to make a sudden, evasive maneuver to avoid debris. Or maybe there is nowhere for you to go and you have no choice … Read More
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued a Machine Guarding Standard for Agriculture. The purpose of the standard is to protect all agricultural workers from hazards associated with moving parts on farm field equipment and farmstead equipment used in agricultural operations.
Appliances are a common source for water leaks. If neglected, a failing appliance with a water leak could cost you thousands of dollars in damage. So what can you do?
Start by doing a simple inspection for appliance water leaks once a year. It should only take a few minutes … Read More
Recently, TCI Insurance had the pleasure of participating in an informal Tips & Sips visit from Rainbow International, a local restoration and cleaning specialist. The tips provided were specific on how to reduce water damage should it occur in your home, and minimizing, or in some cases eliminating, the … Read More
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) released its annual list of tax scams, titled the “Dirty Dozen,” with a warning to taxpayers about aggressive telephone scams and email phishing schemes occurring across the country.
Here is a recap of this year’s “Dirty Dozen” scams:
Taxpayers … Read More
Common reasons not to have Workers Comp for farm employees include thinking the cost will be too expensive, not understanding the program, or assuming ‘employer’s liability’ provides adequate coverage. Or perhaps no one has ever explained the risks, the need for coverage, or the benefits.
Well here’s something to think … Read More