2015 Safety Update

PentaRisk Insurance Services Newsletterer ‐ Volume 2 Issue 1

Announcing Owners’ Safety Dashboard App
In keeping with our mantra that we help our clients be more successful, we have developed an Owners’ Safety Dashboard software application to be launched January 1, 2015.  This application will provide our clients with a simple solution for tracking the safety efforts of their organization.  Highlights include:

Five years of Experience Modification rate history, and benchmarks against peers (California only).
Incident rates benchmarked against peers, as well as the construction industry as a whole, using data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Historical and ongoing loss information, which can be uploaded into OSHA Forms 300 and 301 at no cost.
A driver scorecard, which compares the motor vehicle records of your drivers to the PentaRisk benchmark.
A safety self-evaluation, which can be used as a starting point to kick start further safety efforts, and designate safety tasks,  within the organization.

We work in partnership with our clients to provide the safety expertise and training required to exceed industry standards, and to benefit from lower incident rates and EMRs.  The Owners’ Safety Dashboard is the latest tool for helping our clients to manage their safety efforts and lower their risk profile. Our account executives will be in touch with you in January to set up your Safety Dashboard.

Cal/OSHA Safety Statistics
Here is the list of Cal/OSHA’s most often cited and appealed violations for 2013. The accompanying charts help us tell you the whole story.

Most Cited:  The Injury and Illness Prevention Program standard remains the most-cited Title 8 standard, a position it traditionally holds. In fact, the number of violations the Division of Occupational Safety and Health cited under General Industry Safety Orders §3203 in 2013 was exactly the same as 2012 – 1,709.

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