Horse boarding operations during COVID-19 pandemic

As an owner or manager of an equine facility with public exposure, it is imperative to take necessary precautions to protect everyone from the potential impact of COVID-19 .

Horse shows during COVID-19 pandemic

There are many factors to consider when deciding whether or not you should actually have your horse show.

Virtual security measures for your youth program

While virtual programs have allowed us to safely interact with one another during this pandemic, additional safety measures are needed to protect you and your clients while participating in a virtual world.

Beware! Thieves zero-in on new targets

Options for reducing your vulnerability to these crimes.

Business Watch program can help protect your business from vandalism

Business Watch programs, similar to Neighborhood Watch groups, seek to reduce commercial crime and fear of crime for both business owners and their clientele.

Conducting a security vulnerability assessment

Steps to conduct a security vulnerability assessment.

Respirator fit testing

Workers with inhalation exposures from harmful substances, including chemical, biological, and radiological agents, are required by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to wear respiratory protection.

What will weddings be like in the future?

When it comes to getting engaged and planning weddings, the COVID-19 pandemic has created a very different set of expectations and issues to anticipate.

With changed plans come new dreams

Wedding gowns from cancelled event claims can become the dreams for other newlyweds. Discover how Markel, and you, can support two non-profit organizations.

Part 1: Stories from the newly engaged - How wedding planning has evolved

In the first of a two-part series, we spoke with couples at various points in the wedding planning process to learn how wedding planning has changed during a pandemic.