Safety

Our Loss Control Services

We’re committed to helping keep your employees safe and your business costs down.

Fostering a safety-conscious work environment is one of the smartest business decisions you can make. From on-site assessments and training to safety policy development, our dedicated team of loss control consultants will show you the way to happier, healthier employees and lower workers’ compensation costs through:

Safety training: We will train your managers, supervisors and employees in safe practices, hazard identification, accident investigation and more to help them understand their role in promoting and ensuring on-the-job safety and accountability.

Cost analysis: From reviewing your claim totals and any hidden costs to showing you how they impact your workers’ comp premium and your bottom-line, we take the guess work out of the importance of safety.

Site assessment: Our loss control team will tour your workplace to identify and make recommendations on physical hazards, ergonomic issues and other opportunities to improve safety and reduce claims.

Work observation: We will conduct an on-site review of your employees in action to identify and correct any unsafe behaviors, work processes or procedures.

Safety policy creation: We will help you define, develop and communicate your commitment to safety and a safe workplace.

Claims management program: Our team will help you establish an efficient claims management program, helping you and your employees to better understand the claims process, set expectations and procedures and get injured workers back on the job as quickly and safely as possible to keep your costs lower.

Our loss control team is ready to help you improve safety and reduce claims. For questions or to schedule an appointment:

SIF’s 10 Simple Steps to Improve Safety in Your Workplace


Step 01
Establish a Management Safety Policy.
Step 02
Assign key employees responsibilities and hold them accountable for safety.
Step 03
Identify and eliminate or control hazards.
Step 04
Report and investigate all “near misses,” property damage and injuries or illnesses that occur at work.
Step 05
Train supervisors and employees in safe work procedures and job hazard identification.
Step 06
Schedule safety meetings or group safety training and encourage worker participation.
Step 07
Establish claims management and early return-to-work programs.
Step 08
Make safety a performance evaluation goal.
Step 09
Maintain accurate, up-to-date records.
Step 10
Review, assess and communicate outcomes to staff.

Our Safety Resources


Looking for more safety information? We’ve gathered the following list of safety sites for your convenience:

Agriculture

Construction

General Industry

Healthcare

Transportation

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