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  • White Papers // Nov 2010

    Managing Environmental Risk With Bankruptcy

    During the 12 month period ending September 30th 2008, the rate of businesses filing for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy protection increased by 49% over the prior year according to the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts. The current economic climate will put pressure on the balance sheets and cash-flow statements of...

    Provided By Marsh

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    A Strong And Effective Enterprise Risk Management Program Can Exploit The Opportunities

    In today's business environment, the effective management of cross-enterprise risk is a key factor in planning for any organization's long-term viability. While there has always been a conceptual link between risk management and financial viability, today's economic volatility is impelling the move from concept to practice. As a result, Enterprise...

    Provided By Marsh

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Behavior-Based Safety Techniques Can Improve Productivity, Quality, And Safety

    Whether an organization is a Fortune 500 company with worldwide operations or a mid-size firm with one facility, employees are absolutely crucial to the overall performance and profitably of the business. Building the right work environment is essential, yet numerous factors can negatively impact employee safety and productivity. Many are...

    Provided By Marsh

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    California Workers' Comp Solutions

    California's landmark workers' compensation reforms, in particular SB 899, balance the needs of both employers and employees. The use of objective standards such as those from the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, the establishment of employer-sponsored medical networks for occupational injuries, and upcoming modifications in the disability schedule...

    Provided By Marsh

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Claims Inventory Workout

    Skyrocketing, unpredictable workers' compensation costs and a growing inventory of aging claims have required many companies to increase their workers' compensation reserves. Outstanding workers' compensation liabilities demand attention from both financial executives and risk managers. Some organizations have been forced to evaluate financing options, including additional collateral or letters of...

    Provided By Marsh

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Employee Management Program

    Are you getting injured employees back to work? Are frontline supervisors involved in the return-to-work process? A rigorous return-to-work program is critical to lowering workers' compensation costs and bringing employees back to work as soon as they are medically able. However, far too often companies allow the program to languish...

    Provided By Marsh

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Operational Risk Management: While You May Not Be Able To Control The Event

    Remaining productive, staying competitive, and enjoying continuous improvement means making the best, most informed operational decisions in a timely manner. However, a sudden event, such as equipment failure, a blackout, the loss of key markets, terrorism, supply chain interruptions, or an e-commerce failure, can occur anytime to seriously affect the...

    Provided By Marsh

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Business Continuity Risk Management And Crisis Readiness

    Business continuity management is an integrated approach to business continuity planning, emergency response, and crisis management. No matter the size of an organization or its industry, business continuity - or the process by which companies maintain the viability of their business processes in the event of a disruption - is...

    Provided By Marsh

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Reputational Risk & Crisis Management: Reaching The People Who Affect Your Organization

    Every organization faces "Routine" risks or challenges in the normal course of doing business that can significantly impact the bottom line. These can include facility expansions, litigation, employee injuries, change in management, government regulation and public policy issues. There are also extraordinary events, such as terrorism, natural disasters, geopolitical risks...

    Provided By Marsh

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Critical Incident Prevention Practice

    Theft, workplace violence, and other violent crimes continue to demonstrate the need for security and crisis intervention planning and training. The events of September 11, 2001 and its aftermath continue to occupy a prominent position in the business world. However, most business executives and security directors must also deal with...

    Provided By Marsh

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Compensability Investigations

    The compensability decision is absolutely critical to managing a workers' compensation claim. Rarely does this process get the time and attention it deserves. Employers have often overlooked this process. Insurers and claims adjusters have not consistently made the compensability decision by validating the relevant facts. That practice is no longer...

    Provided By Marsh

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Property Risk Consulting

    Loss of physical assets and operational capabilities can quickly translate into lost market share, reduced revenue, and diminished shareholder value. Property loss inevitably involves uncertainty. Fires, explosions, floods, windstorms, terrorist attacks, employee sabotage, machinery breakdown, - the list of events leading to a property loss can be lengthy. Many are...

    Provided By Marsh

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    A Strong And Effective Enterprise Risk Management Program Can Exploit The Opportunities

    In today's business environment, the effective management of cross-enterprise risk is a key factor in planning for any organization's long-term viability. While there has always been a conceptual link between risk management and financial viability, today's economic volatility is impelling the move from concept to practice. As a result, Enterprise...

    Provided By Marsh

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Behavior-Based Safety Techniques Can Improve Productivity, Quality, And Safety

    Whether an organization is a Fortune 500 company with worldwide operations or a mid-size firm with one facility, employees are absolutely crucial to the overall performance and profitably of the business. Building the right work environment is essential, yet numerous factors can negatively impact employee safety and productivity. Many are...

    Provided By Marsh

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    California Workers' Comp Solutions

    California's landmark workers' compensation reforms, in particular SB 899, balance the needs of both employers and employees. The use of objective standards such as those from the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, the establishment of employer-sponsored medical networks for occupational injuries, and upcoming modifications in the disability schedule...

    Provided By Marsh

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Claims Inventory Workout

    Skyrocketing, unpredictable workers' compensation costs and a growing inventory of aging claims have required many companies to increase their workers' compensation reserves. Outstanding workers' compensation liabilities demand attention from both financial executives and risk managers. Some organizations have been forced to evaluate financing options, including additional collateral or letters of...

    Provided By Marsh

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Employee Management Program

    Are you getting injured employees back to work? Are frontline supervisors involved in the return-to-work process? A rigorous return-to-work program is critical to lowering workers' compensation costs and bringing employees back to work as soon as they are medically able. However, far too often companies allow the program to languish...

    Provided By Marsh

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Operational Risk Management: While You May Not Be Able To Control The Event

    Remaining productive, staying competitive, and enjoying continuous improvement means making the best, most informed operational decisions in a timely manner. However, a sudden event, such as equipment failure, a blackout, the loss of key markets, terrorism, supply chain interruptions, or an e-commerce failure, can occur anytime to seriously affect the...

    Provided By Marsh

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Business Continuity Risk Management And Crisis Readiness

    Business continuity management is an integrated approach to business continuity planning, emergency response, and crisis management. No matter the size of an organization or its industry, business continuity - or the process by which companies maintain the viability of their business processes in the event of a disruption - is...

    Provided By Marsh

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Reputational Risk & Crisis Management: Reaching The People Who Affect Your Organization

    Every organization faces "Routine" risks or challenges in the normal course of doing business that can significantly impact the bottom line. These can include facility expansions, litigation, employee injuries, change in management, government regulation and public policy issues. There are also extraordinary events, such as terrorism, natural disasters, geopolitical risks...

    Provided By Marsh

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Critical Incident Prevention Practice

    Theft, workplace violence, and other violent crimes continue to demonstrate the need for security and crisis intervention planning and training. The events of September 11, 2001 and its aftermath continue to occupy a prominent position in the business world. However, most business executives and security directors must also deal with...

    Provided By Marsh

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Compensability Investigations

    The compensability decision is absolutely critical to managing a workers' compensation claim. Rarely does this process get the time and attention it deserves. Employers have often overlooked this process. Insurers and claims adjusters have not consistently made the compensability decision by validating the relevant facts. That practice is no longer...

    Provided By Marsh

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Property Risk Consulting

    Loss of physical assets and operational capabilities can quickly translate into lost market share, reduced revenue, and diminished shareholder value. Property loss inevitably involves uncertainty. Fires, explosions, floods, windstorms, terrorist attacks, employee sabotage, machinery breakdown, - the list of events leading to a property loss can be lengthy. Many are...

    Provided By Marsh

  • White Papers // Nov 2010

    Managing Environmental Risk With Bankruptcy

    During the 12 month period ending September 30th 2008, the rate of businesses filing for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy protection increased by 49% over the prior year according to the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts. The current economic climate will put pressure on the balance sheets and cash-flow statements of...

    Provided By Marsh