How hot is too hot?

It is important to keep your staff and patrons safe against the dangers associated with outdoor activities in hot weather. Overheating can be a real danger, even fatal, if not quickly addressed.

Who's responsible for staff after hours?

Risk management steps to take for after-hour staff.

Ergonomic considerations when working from home

According to a recent Brookings blog post, as much as half of American workers are currently working from home, more than double the number of those in 2017-2018.

Tips for buying an ATV

Whether you're a first time buyer or own several, these tips will help assist you in buying an ATV that will fit both your budget and your needs.

Essential bicycle tools

Make sure you have all the essentials in your bicycle tool kit - take a look at our list of bike tools and other necessities for a smooth ride!

How to transport your bicycle safely

Learn how to pack a bike for travel--Markel Specialty shares the best bike racks for cars and the best cases for air travel.

Spring into safety

Ask these questions when checking your safety program.

Dry cutting and grinding is risky business

That cloud of dust you see when a worker cuts or grinds concrete, brick, or stone is not just harmless dust. It contains crystalline silica, and it can kill.

Managing contractor general liability exposures

Contractors in various specialties, such as carpentry, masonry, concrete, fencing, landscaping, flooring, HVAC, and electrical, are exposed to several general liability issues when working on a customer job site.

Emergency action plans for dance injuries

Catastrophic injuries are not a frequent occurrence at a dance studio, but unfortunately some do occur involving both students and guests. Often an effective response strategy is not in place.