Protecting Your Construction Assets: What You Need To Know About Equipment Theft

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If you’re running a business in the construction industry, you’re already well aware of the potential for theft at construction sites. Your equipment is visible—and vulnerable to tampering, costly damage, or worse, especially if the site is unsecured for hours at a time. If your equipment is in the rental market, it too faces potential… Read more »

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6 Inventory Loss Prevention Tactics for Brick-and-Mortar Retailers

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Your retail loss prevention strategy has many moving parts. It really has to, considering the number of employees and customers traversing your brick-and-mortar store location on a daily basis. And while most inventory losses are preventable, all of them can negatively impact your business’s morale and profitability. That’s why it’s essential to stay on top… Read more »

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Why Should You Invest In Fleet Safety Technology?

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The news is full of articles about Fleet Safety Technology, and firms offering these services are regularly promoting their products. In regard to fleet management, Fleet Safety Technology combines location and imaging technology with software designed to help businesses manage and protect their fleet of vehicles. (If you want to learn more about Fleet Safety… Read more »

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The Invaluable: Steps to Protect Your Organization’s Fine Arts Collection

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Curiosity. Inspiration. Surprise. Everyone’s response to a piece of fine art is unique—and could even change from moment to moment. Experiencing art is something that’s deeply personal, while connecting us with others across time through a shared encounter. It’s dynamic; almost alive. “Without art,” claimed art historian Konrad Fiedler, “the view of the world would… Read more »

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Are We Ready for the Next Big Catastrophe?

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Property and casualty coverage has always worked on the premise that a given risk exposure can be adequately quantified if there is sufficient historical data and a predictable pattern of behavior, thereby enabling insurance companies to forecast future losses and price the risk appropriately. Natural disasters like earthquakes and hurricanes have left behind a trove… Read more »

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Distracted Driving – Truth and Consequences

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Drivers who have found themselves stuck in the middle of a ‘rush hour’ jam have seen examples of distracted driving at their most amusing.  Like the guy eating a bowl of cereal and steering with his knees.  Or someone brushing their teeth.  Then there’s the one reading the paper spread across the steering wheel.  Or… Read more »

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Construction Site Hazards and Loss Control

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According to Mark Twain regarding New England weather, “If you don’t like the weather, wait a minute, it’ll change”. We think the weather changes frequently in New England, and it does daily and seasonally, but the weather’s rate of change pales in comparison to the constant and never-ending changes taking place on a construction site. … Read more »

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