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New Step Wisely slip and fall prevention materials for winter 2022-'23 are now available! DOWNLOAD ITEMS NOW »
Attend the live 2023 Coverage Update webinar Jan. 19 at 2 p.m. to learn the details about the new cyber-coverage and get answers to common questions about other lines of MCIT coverage. REGISTER NOW »
New Work Wisely materials encourage proper ergonomics while using a computer. When an employee's workstation is arranged correctly, he or she is more comfrotable, less likely to be injured and more productive. DOWNLOAD NO-COST MATERIALS »
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News and Upcoming Events
2022 MCIT Board of Directors Candidates

MCIT will conduct an election for one seat on its board of directors at its annual meeting scheduled in conjunction with the AMC annual conference Monday, Dec. 5 at 4 p.m. in Atrium 4 of the Double Tree Hotel, Bloomington, Minn. The MCIT Bylaws provide for the designation of an official county voting delegate and alternate. Only the voting delegate or alternate in attendance at the annual meeting may cast a vote for one of the following candidates as selected by the MCIT Nominating Committee.
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Miss a Risk Management Workshop? View Recordings Anytime

Recordings of the MCIT Risk Management Workshops delivered virtually this fall are now posted to MCIT.org/webinars/ to view anytime. They offer discussions about issues facing MCIT members while providing practical risk management recommendations.
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Checkup on Hot Work Procedures

Welding, soldering, brazing, grinding and certain cutting activities, known as hot work, create risks to those doing the work and those in the area where the work is being done. Additionally fires started from hot work, including from smoldering embers, can result in catastrophic property losses. Members who have employees, vendors or contractors performing hot work should review their procedures for hot work and align them with the noted best practices and standards below. Members should also ensure that procedures are being followed.
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Jan 19, 2023
2023 Coverage Update
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