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New York Networking

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Nothing says summer like a sunset cruise! Recently, several members of OneBeacon Technology’s East Region enjoyed a “Carrier Appreciation” evening cruise on the Hudson River hosted by our partners at Insurance Offices of America (IOA). The event featured great weather, good friends and the always magical view of the New York City skyline and the Statue of Liberty at sunset. Our colleagues had a wonderful evening networking with our IOA partners and other industry professionals.

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Be Prepared: Fourth of July!

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As many of us prepare to celebrate July 4th, barbecues, swimming and fireworks are likely highlights! But while Independence Day celebrations can provide great summer memories, they can also be the most dangerous. Accidents can and do happen. So as the fun-filled weekend approaches, make sure you’re prepared for some of the risks associated with the holiday. Here are a few tips from our friends at Insurance Information Institute: July 4th is a popular vacation…

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Warning: This new phishing scam is costing businesses thousands

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This post was featured in Equipment Connection – the risk management blog authored by our partners at Hartford Steam Boiler, authored by Monique Ferraro. Whether it’s a phishing scheme or malware, most cyber attacks originate with an email. The most pervasive and costly cyber frauds affecting businesses this year are phishing schemes in which the perpetrator claims to be a senior executive, such as the CEO or CFO, requesting a funds transfer or employee W-2 records….

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New OSHA Requirements: Electronic Submittal Of Injury and Illness Records

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Effective January 1, 2017, OSHA revised its requirements for recording and electronically submitting work-related injuries and illnesses records for posting to the OSHA website. The new reporting requirements will be phased in over three years and pertain to establishments with 20+ employees in industries covered by the record-keeping regulation. The new requirements pertain to the following records: OSHA 300 Log of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses: most companies are required to maintain this log on an…

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