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February 2019

Cold Weather (and Not Drinking Water) – Could Put You in Hot Water!

- February 28, 2019 by Asher Sweet (View all posts by Asher)
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During the winter months and even into the spring, it’s often too cold to reach for that glass of water to keep ourselves hydrated. Many of us opt for coffee, tea or other adult beverages instead. But when you’re still …  Read more …

Resolve to Reduce Your Incidental Driving Exposure

- February 27, 2019 by John Virsack, ARM (View all posts by John)
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Many companies, even though they do not have a fleet of vehicles, or any company owned vehicles, may still have an exposure for motor vehicle accidents. For instance, if you may have employees who drive their own vehicles to: Visit …  Read more …

Why I Choose Risk Management

- February 25, 2019 by Jesus Lozano (View all posts by Jesus)
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As a safety professional in the insurance industry, I take great pride in the service that ICW Group and I provide to our customers. Personally, it’s rewarding to be able to make a difference in our client’s work environment, and …  Read more …

Road Rage

- February 19, 2019 by Ken Helfrich (View all posts by Ken)
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We have all heard the term “Road Rage”, but do you really know what it means? Have you ever demonstrated the signs, or been the victim of road rage?  Chances are you have. Road rage is best described as aggressive …  Read more …

Why I Love My Insurance Career

- February 14, 2019 by Thomas Jolliff, ARM, ALCM (View all posts by Thomas)
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My “why” for choosing, and staying, in the insurance profession has evolved over 30 years. My career with ICW Group began when I applied for a loss control trainee position. I was fortunate to be hired and taken under the …  Read more …

How to Dress for Success in Any Type of Weather

- February 12, 2019 by Asher Sweet (View all posts by Asher)
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No matter what the weather, there’s a tried and true formula to keep yourself safe and comfortable. This formula is composed of three parts: wick, insulate and protect. Wick The wicking layer should be the first layer on the skin. …  Read more …