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New materials assist members in building and supporting a positive safety culture. Work Wisely materials include a handbook and safety culture campaign items. VIEW AND DOWNLOAD MATERIALS NOW »
The no-cost resource "Essentials of Risk Management for Motor Vehicles" covers a variety of information and tips to prevent and reduce auto claims. DOWNLOAD BOOKLET NOW »
The new workplace injury hotline is now available for all work-related injuries. Call the hotline anytime an employee is injured on the job to connect with a registered nurse. He or she will provide self-care instructions or medical referrals as appropriate. The call also serves to begin the workers’ compensation claim process. Members are encouraged to become familiar with the service and promote its use to all supervisors and employees. LEARN MORE NOW »
MCIT is committed to providing critical services to its members during the spread of COVID-19. MCIT has implemented changes to meet these needs, to help ensure the health and safety of its employees, to respond to member expectations, and to meet legal and financial obligations of the organization. MCIT has also pulled together information members need to manage risks during this unusual period. CONNECT WITH INFORMATION AND RESOURCES »
MCIT is a joint powers entity made up of Minnesota counties and associated public entities that pool resources to provide property, casualty and workers’ compensation coverage to members. MCIT also offers risk management and loss control services. LEARN MORE ABOUT MCIT »
News and Upcoming Events
Week of Virtual Risk Management Workshops Coming in October

This year MCIT has deemed the week of Oct. 19 as Risk Management Week, and staff will present six virtual workshops at no cost for members that cover key areas of concern. The virtual sessions are informative and engaging while providing practical tips members can apply to the workplace
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Safety Culture Corner: Create a Safety Campaign to Target Injuries

Several years ago, the Steele County Safety Committee realized the number of slip, trip and fall incidents were climbing, most notably, slips on ice. The committee sprang into action and committed to a campaign of employee awareness. At each monthly meeting, the members brainstormed and discussed ideas they could put into operation.
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Build Positive Safety Culture to Increase Safety, Reduce Costs

A safety culture can have a significant impact on the operations of an organization, either positive or negative, depending on the shared values, practices and attitudes about safety. A positive safety culture places a high level of importance on safety. Building a positive safety culture takes time. MCIT has developed the handbook “Safety Culture: Techniques for Building Positive Organizational Change," which will be available later in September.
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