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Browse through a collection of more than 100 articles and model forms in the MCIT Resource Library. Use the search tools to the left to narrow in on the appropriate resource.
535 Articles found
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MCIT launched specialized coverage for data compromise and cyber-related exposures Jan. 1, 2017. Data compromise, CyberOne coverage conditions apply. Any incident or suspected incident involving the compromise of data, data breaches or computer attack requires the member's immediate action, specifically, contacting the MCIT claims team.
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The unpredictable nature of deer makes deer-vehicle collisions difficult to prevent, but there are measures drivers can take to reduce the number of accidents or minimize the damage when one occurs.
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Access all three deer hit prevention posters. The posters use humor to drive home the serious nature of striking a deer with a vehicle.
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No matter the reason for the use of an independent contractor, the organization must recognize and control the risks that are associated with them. Any savings expected from the use of an independent contractor can quickly vanish if good risk management strategies are not considered.
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Sample safety committee agenda
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Chart to aid safety committees in following through on action plans to improve workplace safety.
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Slip and fall injuries are more prevalent during the winter and can be prevented by implementing a slip and fall prevention program. This is a plan that will protect employees and the public, as well as provide a defense against claims of negligence.
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Risk management advice regarding making over-the-counter (OTC) medications available to employees in first-aid kits or as part of communal medicine chests.
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The risks of occupational exposure to influenza and other airborne infectious agents by employees during a large outbreak vary greatly. Employers should conduct a risk assessment of the workplace to determine whether respiratory protection is needed. Article also explains OSHA standard for respiratory protection program.
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Minnesota OSHA requires employers to provide information and training to employees about hazardous substances, harmful physical agents and infectious agents to which employees are routinely exposed. This is done through a formal, written employee right to know training and labeling program, including safety data sheets for chemicals in the workplace.