Posted By: Mike F. on December 15, 2015 in Acuity Focus
Your auto and homeowners insurance policies likely provide substantial liability limits, especially if you already have Acuity insurance, but you may need a personal umbrella policy for complete protection. A typical homeowners policy covers most anything that happens to your home or the belongings inside, but it may not provide the necessary coverage for injuries that occur on your property.
Posted By: Sarah B. on December 10, 2015 in Merchant Focus
Acuity recently sponsored the Wisconsin Grocers Association (WGA) Innovation Expo, which was held at the Potawatomi Hotel and Casino in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on October 13 and 14. The Expo was attended by Acuity employees Randy N., Commercial Underwriter, and Scott D., Territory Director, along with six of our independent insurance agents.
Posted By: Lisa D. on December 9, 2015 in Acuity Focus
The holiday season is a wonderful time of the year, but also can be stressful and present hazards. The roads are icy, stores are packed, kitchens are busy, and dull moments are few and far between. Here at Acuity, we understand how busy you are and want to help you stay safe during this holiday season.
Posted By: Michael S. on December 7, 2015 in Contractor Focus
How would you describe your safety culture? It’s a difficult question to answer. We all want to believe our employees are working safely—no one wants to come to work and get hurt. We want to know that accidents, incidents, suggestions, and concerns are taken seriously. Here’s a question you should be able to answer—do your employees work safely because they “have to” or because they “want to”? That’s the key difference between a perceived safety culture and an effective one.
Posted By: Michael S. on December 4, 2015 in Manufacturer Focus
OSHA regulations on occupational noise exposure consider two factors: the level of noise in decibels (dBA) and the length of time exposed to a level of noise. First, manufacturers have to determine their work environment’s noise levels using a Sound Level Meter (SLM) or Audio Dosimeter. A SLM provides real-time indication of current noise levels at a certain location while the dosimeter is attached to a person to record and calculate the average noise levels from wherever that person is throughout the day.

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