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High Heat Increases Risk of Injuries for Inside and Outdoor Workers

A new study has found that the hotter the weather gets, the higher the risk of workplace accidents and injuries.

The main findings of the report are not surprising: That high temperatures put outdoor workers at risk of heat illness and workplace accidents. What was surprising was that hot weather outside also resulted in higher frequency of workplace accidents and injuries for indoor workers. How come?

New Compensation Requirements for Group Benefits Brokers

The Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 requires agents, brokers and consultants providing health plan-related services to disclose the compensation they receive and the services they perform for that compensation.

The rules apply to individual insurance agents/brokers, as well as brokerages and agencies that earn more than $1,000 in direct or indirect compensation selling or administering individual or group health coverage and other medical-related services. The law saddles employers with more responsibility as well.

Here's what's happening and when it all takes effect.

Government Launches Site to Help Businesses Recover from Ransomware Attacks

As the ransomware threat continues to grow and more businesses, utilities and government agencies fall victim to these cyber criminals, the federal government has created a new hub to assist in recovery.

The new website is designed to make it easier for ransomware victims to access resources and recovery assistance, as well as serve as a resource for companies looking to harden their data infrastructure against ransomware attacks. Get the details here.

Play It Safe with a Vehicle Fleet Safety Program

A work-related vehicle accident will cost an employer an average of at least $16,500, according to OSHA.

If you have employees who drive as part of their job, your commitment to workplace safety extends to the vehicles they drive. Here's how you achieve that.

Deductibles Shift Drives Interest in Critical Illness Cover

If you want to provide your employees with the one voluntary benefit that can give them peace of mind should tragedy strike, critical illness coverage is the answer.

Demand has grown for critical illness insurance over the last year thanks to the pandemic and as a result of employees taking on more of the cost burden in their employer-sponsored health plans.

Eight Tips for Improving Electrical Safety

The construction industry has the highest percentage of electrical fatalities out of all industries. 

While electricity is a crucial component in a construction project's success, it poses a risk of harmful shock, horrific burns or fatal electrocution. These accidents can occur when workers come into contact with power lines, wiring, transformers or other electrical machinery.

Fortunately, there are steps that companies can take to minimize the dangers.

Building Risks Evolve, Creating Unique Challenges for Construction Firms

AS THE CONSTRUCTION industry booms, contractors face evolving risks that, left unchecked, can leave their operation exposed to new liabilities.

If you already operate a construction firm, you know that there is a labor shortage that has made it difficult to find experienced workers, and that hiring entities are asking builders to take on more of the design function, as well.

There are other issues that have increased liability for builders. Here's what you should know.

Seven Costly Estate Planning Mistakes

You've worked many years to create a financial legacy for your family. But estate planning laws are complicated.

One or two simple mistakes can derail an estate plan and cost your heirs dearly in time, money and stress. Here are some of the most common estate planning mistakes — and how to avoid them.

Understanding Medicare Part D Coverage and Enrollment Options

One of the biggest issues facing seniors on Medicare is choosing which drug coverage option they should go with. The decision comes down to personal preferences and the drug regimens a Medicare beneficiary is on.

There are two choices for additional coverage. Which one is better for you?

How to Reduce Your Risk for Developing Dementia, Alzheimer's

Being predisposed to developing dementia or Alzheimer's disease is something many adults worry about.

However, experts say that it could be possible to delay the progression of these diseases by taking steps to improve our health, particularly for individuals who have diabetes, are obese and/or smoke.

Studies show that taking steps to address these factors — dropping weight, improving blood-sugar levels or quitting smoking — can significantly reduce the chances of developing dementia or Alzheimer's. There are also other ways Americans can keep their minds active and help prevent the development of these two diseases. 

This Insurance Covers You If You're Sick and Need a Financial Lifeline

While your health insurance will cover most of your medical expenses, and costs associated with some medical issues, it won't cover you for lost income and non-medical expenses you incur if you are unable to work due to your illness.

For example, if you have a debilitating stroke or heart attack, your insurance will cover treatment, but you may have to foot a large portion out of pocket and you may need extra funds during your recovery to make ends meet. So, how do you pay for the expenses that medical insurance and disability insurance do not cover?

Marketplace Health Coverage Just Got a Lot More Affordable

Health insurance for individuals and families is extra affordable for this year and next, thanks to the recent passage of the American Rescue Plan Act.

For 2021 and 2022, the new law significantly increases premium subsidies for most taxpayers. These subsidies, in turn, reduce the out-of-pocket premiums for ACA-compliant health care plans — in some cases to zero.

Depending on your income, you may be newly eligible for better, more comprehensive health insurance with no out-of-pocket premium and lower deductibles than last year.

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