Two people wearing hard hats are reading an article about the top 5 OSHA violations of 2021  to better prepare for their future working endeavors.

Top 5 OSHA Violations of 2021 to Avoid in the New Year 

The New Year is here! We hope you have a safe, happy, and fulfilling 2022 but before shutting the door on 2021 we thought it would be appropriate to look back at the top five most common Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) Violations.   1. Fall Protection Did you know that fall protection is consistently ranked at the top of OSHA’s common violation list for over 10 years? It ranked in this year with 5,271 violations. Appropriate…
This driver is preparing to meet the new ELDT guidelines.

Upcoming Entry-Level Driver Training Regulations

Entry-Level Driver Training (ELDT) regulations will set the minimum Federal requirements for training that new drivers must complete prior to being allowed to take certain Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) skills or knowledge tests. This will go into effect on February 7th, 2022.   The new ELDT mandate provides a minimum standard nationwide to ensure that new drivers entering the industry do so with the same education on competence and safety.  ELDT training will be comprised of classroom…
A photo featuring a woman holding a blue bucket that is positioned to catch water that is leaking through her ceiling. She is on the phone with her insurance agency to find out what her coverage is. There is a black and white dog on the left of the photo.

Flooding vs. Water Backup: What’s the Difference and What it Means for Your Coverage

According to the National Weather Service, 2021 was the seventh wettest summer on record. These heavy rains brought with them repeated flooding and devastation. If these events prompted you to reevaluate your flood insurance coverage, you are not alone! In this post we are going to explain the differences between your coverage if water damage…