With the changing nature of remote work comes new safety and claim considerations – and now is the time for employers to adjust their workforce safety plans. What do you need to be aware of, and how can you get ahead of new types of injuries?
Join panelists Rich Ives from our third-party claim administrator business Constitution State Services, Chris Hayes from Risk Control and Les Samsel from RMIS Consulting Group to learn how to identify remote working health and safety risks by analyzing your own claim data, proactively address potential issues, and develop procedures to help protect other employees going forward. By understanding your new exposures, you can develop practices to help protect employees and maintain productivity – whether workers are remote or in the office – while reducing the potential for costly workers compensation claims.
You will learn:
- How to use claim data to help identify remote working health and safety risks
- How to proactively address potential issues related to remote working
- How you can develop practices to help protect your employees from new risks while maintaining productivity