Work Comp Wednesday: COVID-19 Safety Audits

Our last article addressed safety audits and emphasized the importance of a safety audit in light of COVID-19. The Occupational Health and Safety Act (OSHA) requires employers to provide a safe and healthy workplace free of recognized hazards, and in line with OSHA standards.

Employers of essential workers have been evolving in their workplace safety practices as COVID-19 has continued to assault the world, while traditional, non-essential employers are doing their best to navigate the best practices for getting employees back to a safe workplace. The amount of available resources can be overwhelming for employers to sift through, and even when things are in place, the guidelines and rules are continually changing.

In today’s article, we offer some helpful information to consider. To learn more, click here.

We at Gunnin Insurance & Risk Management Services, Inc. are your workers’ compensation advocate. We strive to promote positive outcomes for employers and employees alike. Helping our clients to recognize exposures and enhance their programs is one of our many value-added services. Please reach out for any insurance or risk management needs you may have.

Please feel free to reach out to us with any questions, or for additional information on this very important topic.

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Gunnin’s team is standing by to help businesses find new and better ways to tackle their risk management challenges. Contact us today to find out how we can make your firm’s workers’ compensation program do more.