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Slips, Trips, and Falls at Work: Keeping Your Employees Safe

An inspector holds a clipboard with writing that says "Slip and Fall Incident Report"

Slips, trips, and falls at work can have tremendous consequences, including injuries, workers compensation claims, and increased insurance costs. As an employer, it's crucial to take the necessary steps to prevent these incidents from happening and ensure your employees' safety. In this blog post, we'll explore the different ways that you can reduce the risk of slips, trips, and falls in the workplace and keep your workers and your business protected.

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Key Risk Named One of 2023 Best Places to Work in Insurance

Best Places to Work in Insurance 2023 Award

"We are thrilled to again receive this prestigious recognition," stated Scott Holbrook, President of Key Risk. “Our people are our finest asset. Our success stems from our talented individuals who bring their unique skills, ideas, and perspectives to our organization. We are committed to the well-being, growth, and success of our employees,” added Holbrook. “We build our team with our core values in mind; integrity, innovation, kindness, responsiveness, expertise, and accountability. We strongly believe that culture matters and an exceptional work environment is an obvious extension. It is our people and our customers that ultimately win this award.”

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Key Risk Announces Strategic Partnership to Enhance PEO Capabilities

KeyRisk and MIS logo

Commenting on the partnership, Travis Moose, Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer of Key Risk, said, “Since Key Risk began supporting the PEO industry we’ve searched for ways to enhance our service offerings and bolster our capabilities. MIS’s back office technology paired with Key Risk’s industry leading underwriting, risk management and claims will deliver our PEO clients with the exceptional service they deserve. Key Risk remains dedicated to the PEO industry and we’re pleased to make this investment in order to expand our capabilities.”

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Key Risk Names Whitney Neal as Vice President, Human Resources

Whitney Neal

Ms. Neal joins Key Risk following an extensive career devoted to human resource development. Most recently serving as Assistant Vice President, Human Resources for High Point University, she holds a Master of Science in Leadership and Human Resource Development from Louisiana State University and a Bachelor of Science in Business Management from Western Governors University.

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