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3 Essential Things to Know About Cell Captives

3 Essential Things to Know About Cell Captives

The popularity of cell captives over the last twenty years is quickly growing. Many domiciles throughout the world choose to adopt this insurance structure because of the transfer of alternative risk. Since there are three different types of cell captives available to businesses, here are some key elements you should know before making any long-term commitments. Protected Cell Captive Often within a cell captive, a¬†cell insurance company¬†gives outside entities access to captive operations for a fee without the additional financial…

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How To Stay Safe While Boating in a Severe Storm

How To Stay Safe While Boating in a Severe Storm

When you are planning a relaxing day on the water, the last thing you want to think about is potentially getting caught in a storm. Unfortunately, storms are not uncommon and it is important to recognize this as a possibility. Luckily, there are some things you can do to protect yourself if you are caught boating in a severe storm. Put on Life Jackets and Harnesses When rough weather strikes, it is vital that you and your crew put on…

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Why Is Driver Training Necessary to Be a Volunteer?

Why Is Driver Training Necessary to Be a Volunteer?

Volunteering for a nonprofit is a great way to give back to your community and make a positive difference in the world. Even if you aren’t on the front lines of what the organization is accomplishing, any support you can offer helps the group move forward with its mission. Many organizations need volunteers to complete simple tasks like driving. However, even though you may already be a good driver, you need to complete an online driver training for nonprofits. Risks…

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Nursing Home Risk Management From Top to Bottom

Nursing Home Risk Management From Top to Bottom

  The goal of any good risk management plan for nursing homes is to reduce or prevent the types of issues that pose a threat to the health and well being of those being cared for (as well as the workers, visitors, etc.) at the facility. Such risks may include not only injuries, but financial loss and preventable accidents as well.   It is the duty of the staff, management and supervisors to take all the necessary steps to accomplish…

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