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Captive Insurance Webinars Focus on Risk Control - Free

Belonging to a captive insurance group includes maintaining a wellness program and actively working to reduce risk at your company. Since your insurance premiums are based on your past experience, improving safety and promoting wellness can lead to lower annual premiums. When all members of the captive casualty group improve their loss history and casualty rates, the group benefits enormously. Alternative Risk Resources provides free webinars to help businesses achieve and maintain the loss profile required to be in a captive.

Webinar Details:

  • Held at 10:00am and 3:00pm CT on the third Tuesday of every month
  • Each presentation is limited to no more than 50 minutes
  • Includes time for Q&A at the end
  • Our brokers will follow up with an email including a free copy of the presentation and a link to a recording of one of the sessions

Sign up for Alternative Risk Resources' webinars by filling out the form below.

A link to the webinar registration page will be sent to your email address. Once you receive the email:

  1. Click the registration link - you will be taken to the list of webinars
  2. On the registration page, click the box(es) for the session(s) you wish to sign up for
  3. Click the Register box.
  4. Fill in the blanks.
  5. Click Submit.

Date

Topic

Time (Central)

Jan 15, 2019

OSHA Log Completion

Every employer with eleven or more employees must keep a record of injuries called the OSHA Log 300. There are a few exempted companies, however, it is a good idea for all employers to track injuries to understand trends to support overall injury prevention. You will also be prepared in the event that you are asked to report your logs by the bureau of labor statistics or OSHA.

In this session you will learn:

  • What OSHA requires when recording work-related fatalities, certain injuries and illnesses.
  • How workers' compensation and OSHA recordkeeping requirements are independent of each other, where an injury may be compensable under workers' compensation but not recordable under OSHA.
  • Definitions of the various categories on the OSHA 300 log and the importance of correctly categorizing each illness or injury.
  • The limited definition of "first aid" and how that may impact your OSHA log.
  • Various nuances of recording hearing loss, needle sticks and under what circumstances an employee can request their name not be listed on the log due to "privacy concerns."
10:00am / 3:00pm
Feb 19, 2019

DriveitHOME: Role Modeling Roadway Safety

The National Safety Council encourages workplaces to provide opportunities to educate their employees about health and safety. The number one fatality among teens and second among adults is motor vehicle crashes. What can we do to stop this epidemic? During the webinar, the NSC will provide resources employers can provide to their employees regarding motor vehicle safety for teens and adults, off the job. Participants will learn the importance of being a good role model while in the car and behind the wheel and how we can help keep each other safe.

10:00am / 3:00pm
Mar 20, 2019

Interviewing, Hiring, and Onboarding the Safety Committed Employee

Often times, a new employee's indoctrination into their company's safety culture begins during onboarding, whether on their first day or during their first week of employment. What if, though, you could hire employees predisposed to being committed to safety on the job? Recruiting for and screening candidates related to their safety experiences and behaviors is an important first step in building the bottom-up commitment any company needs as part of its cultural foundation. Then, by streamlining and enhancing your onboarding process related to safety, you will build a workforce of properly vetted, trained, and empowered employees who instantly become influencers within your organization. This webinar will not just explore the process of hiring and training new employees but dive into best practices and tactics used by today's top companies.

10:00am / 3:00pm
Apr 16, 2019

Understanding the Basics of Subrogation

Using your own insurance to cover a claim that was not your fault can just feel 'not quite right' but sometimes it's the best option to resolve claims quickly and get things back to normal. Maybe an adjuster has totaled out your truck and your employee was injured after they were rear-ended in a motor vehicle accident and has now filed a Workers' Compensation claim; or you sustained water damage to your building, caused by that newly installed HVAC unit that was leaking. Your insurance has taken care of everything, the damages have been repaired and the WC benefits have been paid, so things are back to normal, but you are still feeling a bit frustrated. The at-fault party didn't pay and you may have incurred additional costs in the adjustment of the claim. So, now what? The answer perhaps - Subrogation.

10:00am / 3:00pm
May 21, 2019

Fatigue in the Workspace

Fatigue decreases productivity in the workplace and increases risk of incident and injuries. One meta-analysis found that 13% of workplace injuries could be attributed to employees with sleep problems. Recent NSC surveys show that nearly every American worker reports a risk factor for fatigue, and almost half admit to being sleep deprived. Despite 90% of employers feeling the impact of fatigue in their day to day operations. they often underestimate the financial burden. Sleep deficiency and sleep disorders cost a typical medium-sized employer a million dollars a year in lost productivity, missed days of work, and health care costs. Identifying the causes of fatigue in the workplace and implementing best practices to managing fatigue is an effective way to reduce risk and decrease the financial burden.

10:00am / 3:00pm
June 18, 2019

Catastrophic Claims Handling Best Practices

Severe vehicle accidents, fatalities, other catastrophic incidents and injuries - how can you be sure the best resources are available to do the proper investigation and secure the scene? Defense attorneys from a prominent law firm discuss procedures, phone chains, resources, and checklists to help you be better prepared when that unexpected catastrophe occurs - even in the middle of the night.

10:00am / 3:00pm
July 16, 2019

FMCSA 101: Preparing for a Federal Compliance Investigation (Audit)

This webinar will teach owners, safety directors, and human resource managers "best practice" recommendations for remaining prepared to successfully complete a compliance review conducted by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) or their state enforcement partners. Whether you are new to motor carrier safety, have never been involved in an FMCSA compliance investigation, or wish to stay current with changing rules and regulations, this regulatory compliance webinar will benefit you. Participants will gain additional knowledge necessary to better understand the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations, assisting a motor carrier to be prepared for an FMCSA Compliance Investigation, while increasing overall motor carrier safety effectiveness.

Training topics include the following:

  • Financial Responsibility, MCS 90
  • Accident Register
  • Driver Qualification Files
  • Inspection & Vehicle Maintenance
  • Alcohol & Controlled Substances
  • Hours of Service Regulations
10:00am / 3:00pm
August 20, 2019

Risk Transfer or How to Get Someone Else to Pay

Are you effectively using risk transfer strategies to protect your business? Learn what you need to consider with your commercial contract language, insurance policy language and how it may impact your ability to transfer the risk to another party, or protect your own clients. Captive Resources representatives will help you understand what questions you need to be asking.

10:00am / 3:00pm
Sept 17, 2019

Opioids, Fentanyl, and Pot, OH MY!

Recent trends in drug testing and how they may impact your company.

10:00am / 3:00pm
Oct 15, 2019

Safety Decision Making: The Science Behind Why Some Make Good Decisions, Other Who Don't, and What Can be Done to Improve

How many of you have reviewed an accident report, scratched your head, and said "How could this happen?" This is a frequent response to some of the more unique accident exposures - especially those that don't tie to an industry - or company - trend. In this webinar we'll review the science behind decision making and apply it to the safety process.

10:00am / 3:00pm
Nov 19, 2019

Incident Investigation

The purpose of conducting an incident investigation is to prevent recurrence, and not to find fault. Many investigations stop short in identifying the true cause or root cause of the event and then the incident happens again; sometimes with fatal consequences.

In this session you will learn:

  • The difference between unsafe behaviors and unsafe conditions and the leading causes of injuries based on the Bureau of Labor workplace statistics.
  • Types of workplace hazards and controls methodologies to assess, identify and prevent incidents from occurring.
  • The difference between lagging and leading indicators and how you can use this data to prevent and reduce workplace injuries.
  • How to conduct an incident investigation should an incident occur; gaining insights into interviewing techniques and root causal factors.
10:00am / 3:00pm
Dec 17, 2019

Seven Habits of Very Safe Companies

In this webinar we'll take a look at what makes for great captive members, and where some struggle with challenges. This session will challenge you to look at your company through the safety mirror to determine how your organization stacks up, what you are doing well, and areas to focus on for improvement.

10:00am / 3:00pm
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