Do you think an active shooter incident can’t happen at your business? Think again. Active shooter incidents in the workplace have continued to increase and are now five times more likely to happen than they were in 2000. These days, mitigating the loss of life through active shooter preparedness is essential for every business.
Would you know what to do during an active shooter situation? Ultimately, the goal of active shooter preparedness is to help build awareness of the issue and to provide helpful strategies that could potentially save your life and the lives of those around you. (more…)
With the world at our fingertips, it is not unusual to do a quick internet search when we’re looking for information. But using that information without permission from the owner can result in costly consequences. (more…)
Customers expect to pull into a gas station, fill their tank quickly and leave without a second thought about the fuel they just pumped into their vehicle. Gas station and convenience store owners expect the same. But if that fuel is contaminated it can cause serious engine damage, affect a gas station’s reputation and cost the business owner thousands of dollars.
Our risk management team is committed to identifying dangers that could result in financial loss or injury – and providing thoughtful solutions to keep your workplace safe and profitable. In 2017, Society’s risk control experts conducted webinars to share their insight and safety resources. (more…)
Standard property insurance provides coverage for returning a building to the condition it was in prior to a covered loss. What is not covered is the increased cost due to the enforcement of ordinances or laws regulating construction and repair of damaged buildings. Ordinance or law coverage was developed to fill this gap. (more…)
Even if your business has been fortunate enough to avoid a loss, it may happen that disaster strikes near your business. Although this event doesn’t directly affect your ability to conduct business, action by a civil authority – like the police or fire department – may still prohibit access, resulting in a loss of business income and extra expense. Civil authority coverage comes into play in these situations, providing protection when there is damage to property other than your insured premises due to a covered cause of loss. (more…)
Society is unique in its understanding of the hospitality business. Sometimes products of services that were ordered in advance become unavailable due to an unexpected loss or damage. That’s why we offer insurance coverage to reimburse your customers for additional expenses when prearranged products or services cannot be honored. (more…)
Protective Safeguards sounds like an endorsement you would want included in an insurance policy, right? Beware! This is actually an endorsement that can exclude coverage in certain scenarios. It’s important to know if this is attached to a businessowners’ insurance policy. (more…)
Recently we made a visit to Vern’s Cheese, a 3-generation family-owned business in Chilton, Wis. and had an opportunity to spend some time with Vern Knoepsel, President/Co-owner 1st generation; Edith Knoepsel, Co-owner 1st generation; and Kelly Knoepsel-Kress, Co-owner 2nd generation. We enjoyed learning more about their company history and why they have trusted Society Insurance to protect their business since the very beginning in 1964. Watch to learn more about the small details that have made a big difference for their business over the past 52 years. (more…)
The insurance tips and trends to help you make smart safety decisions for your business, plus an inside look at Society.