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How “Mods” Affect Insurance Premiums

 Learn about the effect insurance mods have on your premiums, and how self-insurance groups save money by reducing the number of claims that occur and managing them properly when they do. To talk a little bit more about workers’ comp self-insurance and why it is a better deal long term. It’s the performance of […]

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How to Save on Workers’ Comp with Self-Insurance

 Learn how self-insurance groups save money on workers’ compensation by reducing costs over the long run. One of the things we do at the Lawson Group is provide third-party administrative services for workers comp self-insurance groups of companies and then also individual companies who are self-insured for workers comp. The quick overview is that […]

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Saved by the Belt

Seat belts save lives.  According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), wearing your seat belt can reduce your chances of a fatal injury by 45%. NHTSA also reports that 90% of Americans wear their seat belts when in a motor vehicle. One state in particular is driving that statistic down. As the only […]

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Asbestos: Costly to both your health and your pocketbook!

 Check out our latest podcast to learn about the dangers of asbestos and the steps necessary to properly abate it.  Hi this is Scott Lawson. I want to talk a little bit about asbestos which is one of our favorite topics. We’ve been involved in the asbestos industry – if you want to call […]

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Think Before You Start!

Check out our latest podcast to learn how work plans can be used to prevent injuries. Hi this is Scott Lawson, and today I want to talk about something that a lot of people get hung up on – the regulatory aspect of worker health and safety, and this is an issue where we find […]

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Podcast – OSHA Safety Program Guidelines

  Check out our latest podcast to learn how to create an effective workplace safety program that addresses more than just OSHA compliance. Hi everybody, this is Scott Lawson. Remarkably enough OSHA has been around since 1969. However, OSHA does not have a standard that requires companies to have a safety program. They have lots […]