By: tripointins On: July 21, 2015 In: Performance Based Insurance
By: tripointins On: January 1, 2015 In: Injury Management

Effective January 1, 2015 OSHA announces new requirements for reporting severe injuries and updates list of industries exempt from record-keeping requirements The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration recently announced a final rule requiring employers to notify OSHA when an employee is killed on the job...

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By: tripointins On: January 4, 2014 In: Uncategorized

Last week, TriPoint (formerly Litchfield Insurance Group) placed 4th in the Small-Midsize business category in the Hartford Business Journal’s annual contest for Best Places to Work in Connecticut.  The rankings were based on the results of employee submitted surveys that included questions about employee benefits, company policies, educational opportunities, and overall job...

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While Mississippi claims the dubious distinction of being the “fattest state,” with a self-reported obesity rate of 34.9 percent among adults, the truth is that the obesity problem affects employers in every state. Even in Colorado, the “slimmest state,” more than one-fifth of adults are obese. Why Worry About...

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By: tripointins On: June 20, 2013 In: Business Insurance

Companies around the country have been receiving warning letters from OSHA if they have high DART rates. Days Away, Restricted and Transferred reflects the more severe (and expensive) injuries and illnesses that resulted in lost-time, job restrictions/light duty, or new positions because they are physically unable to return to...

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