In today’s litigious business environment, it is vital for every commercial, public, or charitable organization to eliminate avoidable risks. Accidents and incidents can result in lost time, damaged property, diversion of resources, and possible legal and medical expenses that can place a huge burden on your organization. Our experts can help strengthen your safety and risk management programs with proven services that protect lives, safeguard assets, and control costs.
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To meet the safety and loss control needs of our diverse commercial and public entity clients, Alliant brings together highly experienced local consultants in major markets nationwide. This approach ensures that our consultant understands the regulatory issues unique to your particular market, enabling us to provide the appropriately skilled staff where and when needed.
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The Alliant Insurance Marketplace Insights & Observations Report for Q1 2022 provides insightful information on current market conditions, industry issues and outlook for each industry as a whole.
National Safety Month 2021: Hitting the "Reset" Button on Your Safety Program
Taking a second look at your safety programs and building a safety culture as part of the "fabric" of the company is more important than ever, especially when returning to work after COVID-19. Bruce Droz and Max Macias, Alliant Agribusiness, discuss hitting the "reset" button on your safety program and building a safety culture to help reach your safety goals.
National Safety Month 2021: Technology Trends in Safety
Tim Leech, John Owen, Brady Dunn and Kristi Loiselle, Alliant Safety and Loss Control, discuss the latest trends in safety technologies. Safety technologies continue to advance. Everything from wearable devices such as exoskeletons to chemical exposure monitoring. Knowing what's on the market and having a strategy in place for implementing new technologies into your safety program is becoming more important than ever. Tim Leech, John Owen, Brady Dunn and Kristi Loiselle, Alliant Safety and Loss Control, discuss the latest trends in safety technologies.