WORKFORCE RISKS


Organizations today face a wide range of risks associated with their employees, including employee safety, employment practices liability, employee absence, ergonomics, and other issues.
 

Workforce Risks

Are your employment practices putting your people and profitability at risk?

Profits and people are at risk if you do not have an effective return-to-work program—establishing and managing an effective, strategic early return-to-work program can generate workers’ compensation savings.

Profits and people are at risk if you do not promote individual and group accountability for safety and workers’ compensation—aligning individual and group accountability can increase participation and diligence, making programs more effective, and reducing costs.

Profits and people are at risk if you have not linked your employee actions, work practices, or behavior with ergonomic solutions—linking ergonomics with performance management or behavioral techniques can drive down workers’ compensation costs, improving trust and communication as well as productivity.

Profits and people are at risk if you do not benchmark your program and compare results to industry peers—using a consistent, centralized approach to data collection and benchmarking can help identify new opportunities, reduce costs, and improve productivity.

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Creating Safer Food and Beverage Workplaces
March 05, 2015  |  Views: 70181 |  Comments: 0 
Creating Safer Food and Beverage Workplaces
Improving workplace ergonomics and wellness programs can reduce empoloyee injuries and OSHA fines.  >>
Sound Risk Management Techniques Help a Client Reduce  Accidents and Costs
January 01, 2014  |  Views: 58499 |  Comments: 0 
Sound Risk Management Techniques Help a Client Reduce Accidents and Costs
Marsh Risk Consulting analyzed a company's high vehicular accident rate, with an eye to reduce their overall claims.  >>
Case Study: Paperboard Manufacturer Uses Behavioral Risk Improvement to Slash Workers’ Comp Claims
December 01, 2013  |  Views: 65438 |  Comments: 0 
Case Study: Paperboard Manufacturer Uses Behavioral Risk Improvement to Slash Workers’ Comp Claims
MRC helps client reduce unsafe employee behavior by helping them understand what motivated the behavior.  >>
9 Steps to Prepare for New OSHA Hazard Communication Training Requirements
June 24, 2013  |  Views: 135960 |  Comments: 0 
9 Steps to Prepare for New OSHA Hazard Communication Training Requirements
Acting early can help ensure your organization will meet OSHA’s December 1, 2013, deadline.  >>
Employees Must be Trained in New OSHA Hazard Communication Standard by Dec. 1, 2013
June 24, 2013  |  Views: 58181 |  Comments: 0 
Employees Must be Trained in New OSHA Hazard Communication Standard by Dec. 1, 2013
Revised rules will require new labels on products containing hazardous chemicals.  >>
Ensuring Global Compliance With Corporate Health, Safety, and Workplace Mandates
June 15, 2011  |  Views: 75503 |  Comments: 0 
Ensuring Global Compliance With Corporate Health, Safety, and Workplace Mandates
On Thursday, June 23 at 2:00 pm (EDT), Marsh will hold a one-hour Webcast: "Ensuring Global Compliance With Corporate Health, Safety, and Workplace Mandates."  >>
Webcast: Developing an Integrated Approach to Workers' Compensation Challenges (Replay)
March 09, 2011  |  Views: 79332 |  Comments: 0 
Webcast: Developing an Integrated Approach to Workers' Compensation Challenges (Replay)
Our experts reviewed several workers' compensation issues, including pre-loss, claims management and closure, and the use of analytics in workers' compensation programs.  >>
An Integrated Approach to Controlling Workers' Compensation Costs
March 02, 2011  |  Views: 59349 |  Comments: 0 
An Integrated Approach to Controlling Workers' Compensation Costs
Employers can help to minimize workers’ compensation risk by improving their hiring processes, safety programs and procedures, and claims management.  >>
Slip & Fall Solutions — Tribometry
September 11, 2008  |  Views: 78403 |  Comments: 0 
Slip & Fall Solutions — Tribometry
Slip and fall accidents account for over 40% of the total Workers' Compensation dollars spent in the U.S. hospitality industry, claims average approximately $5,400 per incident, an...  >>
The Tunneling Joint Code of Practice
July 11, 2008  |  Views: 57085 |  Comments: 0 
The Tunneling Joint Code of Practice
One of the compelling hallmarks of the tunneling Joint Code of Practice is the recommendation that owners implement formal and ongoing risk assessments and risk management processe...  >>
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Workforce Strategies
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Workforce Strategies
Marsh Risk Consulting’s consultants support efforts to reduce workers’ compensation loss costs, improve productivity and profitability.  >>
Asset Utilization — Drivers and Equipment
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Asset Utilization — Drivers and Equipment
To help firms identify the causes of under-utilization of assets, Marsh conducts a comprehensive diagnostic analysis through interviews and observations at the client location.  >>
Behavioral Risk Improvement
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Behavioral Risk Improvement
Behavioral Risk Improvement can help enable your organization to implement lasting improvements in employee safety.  >>
Claims Inventory Workout
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Claims Inventory Workout
Marsh's claims inventory workout process accelerates the closure of open workers' compensation claims and to reduce outstanding liabilities.  >>
Construction Safety 360: A Catalyst For Better Safety Results
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Construction Safety 360: A Catalyst For Better Safety Results
Completing a construction project on-time and on-budget is the goal for every construction management team. However, any number of factors can cause project delays and overruns, am...  >>
Dimensions Benchmarking: Hospitality and Workers' Compensation
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Dimensions Benchmarking: Hospitality and Workers' Compensation
Workers' compensation costs continue to be a dominant factor in the total cost of risk for hospitality firms, having a direct impact on their bottom line. In response, Marsh Risk C...  >>
Driver Capacity Management
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Driver Capacity Management
Driver Capacity Management is a broad consultative approach to selecting, training and retaining driving capacity-either company or independent contractor.  >>
Entertainment & Media: Commercial General Liability Insurance
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Entertainment & Media: Commercial General Liability Insurance
Commercial general liability insurance provides coverage for claims of bodily injury and/or property damage arising out of the filming of a picture.  >>
Entertainment & Media: Foreign Liability Insurance
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Entertainment & Media: Foreign Liability Insurance
When a production is to be scouted or filmed outside of the United States or Canada, a foreign Workers' Compensation policy may be required.  >>
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Ergonomics
We analyze worksites and assist in developing cost-effective strategies to avoid or mitigate workers’ compensation claims and lost productivity through targeted ergonomics services...  >>
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Joyce Long
Global Workforce Strategies Practice Leader
Saint Louis MO United States
314 342 2437
joyce.a.long@marsh.com