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  • The latest news from the Michigan Council of Self-Insured Group Administrators (MCSIGA) regarding Work Comp […]

  • When to Stop Cruising

    Do you have good driving habits? You might think using cruise control in the rain […]

  • Are You Sleep Deprived?

    In America, 70% of adults report that they obtain insufficient sleep at least one night a month, and 11% report […]

The latest news from the Michigan Council of Self-Insured Group Administrators (MCSIGA) regarding Work Comp Agency Rule 101620, HB 4753, and HB 4822 Which employers will continue to be required to file a claim for all COVID-19 positive. If you have any questions please contact Natisha Jorae at njorae@mibankers.com

When to Stop Cruising

Do you have good driving habits? You might think using cruise control in the rain to keep a steady speed is safe. This is a myth! Using cruise control in any slippery condition can cause your vehicle to hydroplane and spin or skid. There are many reasons for hydroplaning; poorly […]

It’s National Safety Month!

It takes a village, not only to raise a child, but also to keep all employees safe. Take a few minutes to listen to Richard Hawk veteran safety pro and professional speaker offer his entertaining brand of wisdom to inspire safety pros to perform at their best. Richard gives advice […]

Know Where to Go

Do you know the quickest and safest way out of your area in case of emergency? Having a solid plan can help easy panic if an emergency occurs. Make sure to schedule regular training time so that all employees know where to go. Don’t forget this is important onboarding information […]

Do You Practice Safe Driving?

Michigan Bankers are getting back on the road! Do you have specific driving policies to keep your drivers safe? The National Safety Council data analysis shows 8 people per day died from distraction-affected crashes in 2018. 96% of people in the U.S. think texting or emailing while driving is a […]

Buckles, Cracks, Chips = Slip, Trips, Falls

Warm weather is creeping in and everyone is ready to get outside. It’s also the time sidewalks decide to buckle, crack, and chip. A quick break to get some fresh air? A walk for lunch? The last thing you want is for someone to get hurt. Falls account for nearly […]

Putting Your Best Foot Forward

It’s always good to be reminded of the basics. You might think of slip and fall injuries as a minor nuisance or, “it will never happen to me”. Think about this, 19,000 deaths happen each year in the U.S. I found this great Safety Toolbox Tip to help promote safety […]

Happy Spring It’s Severe Weather Awareness Week

A statewide tornado drill will happen today at 1:00 pm ET Whether in an office building or your home office you should have a plan and practice. Do you know the drill? What the alarm sounds like? Where will you go? What will you do? How will you communicate with […]

Don’t Press Your Luck

    A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is caused by A bump, blow, or jolt to the head, or A penetrating head injury that disrupts the normal function of the brain.   TBI is a major cause of death and disability in the United States, contributing to about 30% of […]

Home Ergonomics 101

  Whether you’re at your office desk or at a home office, making sure you pay attention to your body position and strain on your muscles is important. Below is a list of common strain points and the proper positions and tips to alleviate the stress from head to toe. […]