Webinars

  • Improving Fleet Performance with Telematics

    Fleet professionals know why they need telematics: to minimize fuel costs, make every driver hour count, increase profitability and improve safety. Choosing among the dozens of telematics providers isn’t easy, though. Register today for this complimentary HUB International webinar to better understand your options.

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  • Cargo and Vehicle Theft – Consequences and Prevention

    Cargo and vehicle theft is on the rise across the United States and Canada. Any business that has vehicles with valuables inside is vulnerable – from trucking companies, to contractors to home medical equipment providers. We will discuss the bad habits that make vehicles and cargo attractive targets and best practices for avoiding being a target.

    This webinar will be of interest to organizations in the US and Canada that have valuables, such as products or equipment, in vehicles.

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  • Slips, Trips & Falls – Reducing Costs and Liability

    Slips, Trips and Falls are a leading cause of injury and death, increasing total cost of risk and legal liability. Learn how to reduce exposure for your employees and guests.

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  • Driver Wellness for Commercial Fleets

    Driver health is critical for organizations with commercial fleets and will only become more of an issue as the driver workforce ages. Operations and safety managers that work with commercial motor vehicles need to understand wellness regulations and how to assist drivers with health-related issues. These topics will be of interest to any organization that employs drivers with commercial motor vehicle licenses, both in the US and Canada.

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  • Fleet Safety 101

    The safest fleets are usually the best run. These fleets not only have low levels of losses, but high utilization and lower than average maintenance costs. The underlying practices that lead to high levels of performance can be adopted by almost any fleet operator.

    This webinar will be of interest to fleets in both the US and Canada.

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  • Preventing Workplace Violence in Healthcare Organizations

    Healthcare organizations are responsible for providing a safe and secure work environment for employees and an environment of care for patients. Everyone involved in healthcare risk management, safety, security and patient care must be aware of the issues related to workplace violence and the steps necessary to address this threat. This webinar will be of interest to healthcare organizations in both the US and Canada.

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  • Hospitals, Healthcare, Hazard Communication and the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) Initiative

    All employees with a chemical exposure; from medical gases, to sterilizing and disinfection agents, to toxic pharmaceuticals, to maintenance and everyday housekeeping cleaners, are impacted by the revised hazard communication standard. Everyone involved in employee safety, facilities management, housekeeping and pharmacy needs to understand the changes in hazard communication affecting the healthcare industry. 

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  • Disaster Recovery Planning: Lessons from Hurricane Sandy

    Despite Hurricane Sandy, some companies were able to continue to serve customers, either because of well-rehearsed disaster plans or by improvising creative solutions. HUB International experts discuss what worked and what didn't in this complimentary webinar.

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  • 5 Steps to Better Coverage for Your Property in a Hard Market

    It’s easy for a risk manager to look good when insurance prices are falling, but it takes skill and planning to excel when prices are rising rapidly. Collecting the right data before negotiating with insurers, making sure you are having the necessary discussions with your advisors, knowing what alternative risk-transfer options are available to you, and having a backup plan if rates rise before you are ready are things every prudent risk manager needs to do.

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  • Keeping Patients Safe from Critical Equipment Breakdowns – a HUB International / CNA webinar

    Safe and reliable machinery is an essential component of risk management for healthcare organizations. Mechanical and electrical breakdowns can present a threat to patient safety and facility operations. 

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  • School Violence – Causes, Prevention and How to Respond to the Unthinkable

    Experts discuss the causes of school violence, how to prevent violence in schools and how to plan your response if the unthinkable happens. Learn what you need to do to keep students and staff safe. 

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  • Preparing your Fleet for a Hard Insurance Market

    Insurance carriers are scrutinizing loss histories, CSA scores and fleet safety programs. If you don’t have a good story to tell, you may find it difficult to get affordable coverage – if coverage can be found at all.

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  • Critical Crashes – Things that You Can do Before and After a Crash to Reduce Your Exposures

    If your employees drive as part of their jobs, crashes can affect the bottom line. Learn how to mitigate the risk of crashes before they occur and what you can do after a crash to minimize harm to your business.

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  • Risk Management 101 for Healthcare Providers

    Risk management best practices improve the quality of patient care and reduce medical malpractice claims. This webinar focuses on risk prevention as well as managing occurrence reporting and events that can and do result in claims.

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  • Managing Hired and Non-Owned Fleet Exposures

    You may be liable for accidents that occur in vehicles that your company doesn’t own. If an employee or contractor causes an accident in their own vehicle, and the limits of liability on their policy are exhausted, the injured party may look to your company to pay damages.

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  • Best Practices for Employer-Side Workers’ Compensation Claims Management

    Effective Workers’ Compensation claims management saves employers time, money and grief. Learn how best practices in cost control strategies, plan design and program development positively affect the bottom line.

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  • Business Continuity Planning & Supply Chain Risk Management

    Learn best practices that extend across a “farm to fork” supply chain. Effective supply chain tracking reduces risk, helps balance demand and supply, supports anti-counterfeiting efforts and improves asset tracking.

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  • Protect Your Workers: Reducing and Eliminating Fall Hazards

    Falls are one of the leading causes of traumatic occupational death, accounting for eight percent of all occupational fatalities from trauma. Learn what your business can do to reduce risk of falls and protect your workers.

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  • Managing Adverse Events for Healthcare Organizations

    Learn how to coordinate an adverse event investigation through interviewing staff, proper documentation, performing a root cause analysis, and reporting the event as required by regulatory agencies.

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  • Unsafe Driver Behavior – Identification and Correction

    A safe driving culture helps fleets save millions of dollars by preventing collisions & fraudulent claims, protects your drivers from the devastation impact of a collision, and protects your reputation.

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  • Security Best Practices for Equipment Dealers/Contractors

    Contractors and subcontractors that maintain a complete security and loss-control program are more profitable and competitive. Learn the security and loss-control measures your business needs to have in place.

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  • Integration of Risk Management, Quality Assurance, and Compliance

    Learn to integrate your quality, risk and compliance programs through sharing information, identifying duplicative efforts and enhancing data accuracy for improved organizational reporting.

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  • School Security and Emergency Planning: Trends and Best Practices for a Safer School Year

    Manage the risk of violence and create a safer school through safety measures and crisis preparedness. Practical, cost-effective procedures and best practices to protect your students and staff are discussed.

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  • Fleet Safety: CSA and SMS Pathway to a Safer Future

    Learn how the Compliance Safety and Accountability standards will affect your business, critical compliance strategies, how to manage the change within your organization and what questions you should be asking your broker.

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  • Combating Workers' Compensation Fraud

    Discover where you are vulnerable to workers’ compensation fraud, prevent it and catch it when it happens. Learn how to use technology, your broker and professional investigators to help in your fight against workers’ comp fraud.

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  • Business Continuity and Emergency Response Planning

    You can create a more resilient company through a sound and effective business continuity planning process. Learn how to develop a business continuity plan that will minimize negative impacts to your business.

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  • Protecting Your Business From Cyber Risk

    Learn where you may be vulnerable to cyber risk, what your responsibilities are and how you can protect your business from losses. Learn what proactive steps you can take and how you can reduce the Total Cost of Risk.

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  • Patient Data Privacy Exposure: What Healthcare Professionals Need to Know

    Today the question is not "what would I do if I had a data breach?" but "what will I do when I have a data breach?" Learn where patient information is most vulnerable, what your legal responsibilities are or how you can protect your organization from losses.

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  • Emergency Response Planning And Business Continuity Planning

    Listen to this webinar on how you can create a more resilient company through a sound and effective Business Continuity Planning process.

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  • What You Don’t Know About Workplace Violence Could Kill You

    Given the current economic climate and associated risk of job loss, businesses are more likely to be confronted with workplace violence than ever before. Find out what you can do to reduce your risk.

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