Three Ways Loss Control Helps you Save and Stay Safe
The main goal of our Loss Control team is injury prevention and we achieve this by working with agencies and policyholders to identify hazards in the workplace. We also offer and provide free training, documentation, policies and procedures that can be customized to meet the unique needs of our policyholders.
Here are three ways UBIC Loss Control can help you save money and help keep everyone safe.
First, is our traditional offering including:
OSHA 10 and 30 Hour Courses for Construction and General Industry
Return to Work Programs
Mock OSHA Inspection
Second, is a wide variety of industry specific training and services including:
Hazardous Material Handling and Storage
Forklift Train the Trainer
Confined Space Entry & Rescue
Grain Bin Entry
Blood Borne Pathogens
Active Shooter and other emergency evacuation training
Ergonomics Assessment and Recommendation Report
Drug Testing Implementation
Workplace Cultural Evaluations to help increase employee awareness and knowledge of At Risk Behavior
Safety Programs - including program evaluation, development, implementation and we will even train employees on the new program
We can help your transportation customers lower their CSA score and help them with FMCSA and DOT compliance
Third, is our UBIC Policyholder Online Portal which is a powerful and very useful go-to resource for HR, health and safety, risk management and compliance reporting. The portal provides policyholders with easy to use tools, services and resources that help minimize risk, promote wellness, prevent losses and stay in compliance.
Our team is committed to working with you to provide risk management, best practices and doing whatever they can to make sure that all employees get to go home safe. They are focused on exceeding your service expectations and helping your customers lower both their premiums and long-term costs.
Meet the team:
Sam covers Missouri and manages the team
Bud covers Southern Utah and Southern Nevada
Josh covers Northern Utah and Northern Nevada