Learn how to help protect your construction site from common builder's risks such as fire risk, water damage and vandalism.
Help keep equipment operators, ground workers and pedestrians safe by taking these safety measures.
Understanding the science behind vibration damage can help construction companies avoid costly, and frequent, construction losses.
Having a well-trained team is an important aspect of crane safety. Learn about the responsibilities of 4 key roles during crane operations.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is transforming virtually every aspect of manufacturing. Are your employee training and safety programs keeping pace with manufacturing industry changes?
The technology driving this revolution has been called the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). Here are four elements manufacturers need to consider.
Cyber risks are omnipresent for technology companies. Here are 5 risks for tech companies to consider, along with how Travelers CyberFirst insurance can help.
Managing intellectual property can help prevent unintentionally using unlicensed software.
Get smart on technology E&O coverage with these five items for tech companies to look for in E&O coverage.
Does your tech company have workers comp coverage designed for the unique needs of tech companies? It can be a competitive advantage. Learn how.
Modern office trends, such as mobile device use and work & play activities, bring new safety risks.
Here are some of the more important terms to help you understand your policy.
When you volunteer on the board of a nonprofit, asking a few questions can help you protect your personal assets.
Looking for nonprofit fundraising ideas? Here are 5 tips to get you started.
Hiring staff for your nonprofit is important and challenging. Here are five tips that may help.
Recruiting nonprofit board members is challenging. Get recruitment ideas for filling those seats.
As the power grid grows and becomes more integrated, it has become a bigger target for cybercrime. Here are some ways to protect solar and wind installations from cyber risks.
Wind and solar installations are often in remote locations, requiring driving on the job. Help protect employees from the dangers of distracted driving.
As rooftop solar installations age, operations and maintenance is increasingly important. Here are some ways to protect your solar installation investment.
The technologies being deployed to improve transportation systems present public entities with new risks.
Smart street lights & predictive policing are two ways smart technology is used for public safety. Explore smart tech for public safety.
Electric bikes and scooters, as well as other on-demand e-vehicles, are appearing in cities and towns, prompting municipal leaders to regulate their use.
Considering implementing smart city technology? Know the risks and how to help protect your public entity.
Oil & Gas
Having a comprehensive contractual risk transfer (CRT) program can be a critical component in managing risks in the oil and gas industry.
Having well-documented policies can help companies safely and efficiently onboard employees.
For risk managers considering online food safety training, here are several tips for developing a student-centered program.
For risk managers interested in incorporating mindfulness into safety training, here are some tips.
Being a risk manager requires innovation to stay ahead of evolving risks on campus. Learn how you initiate and manage change can be critical to the success of important innovations.
LED lamps on smaller/coastal watercraft may cause electromagnetic interference, which can result in poor reception on VHF frequencies, according to a U.S. Coast Guard alert.
Agribusinesses should take steps to protect the property they’ve worked hard to build. Here’s guidance on some things you can do to be better prepared.
Farms and ranches can face risks from severe weather events to supply chain disruptions. Building an effective business continuity plan can help prevent long-term loss of income.