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Three Ways Technology Tools Can Boost Workplace Safety

Over the last two years, labor shortages and supply chain delays have impacted workplace safety in construction sites, warehouses, contractor jobs, and other labor-intensive jobs. As a result, some companies have seen an uptick in worker injuries and worksite accidents, leading to costly delays and losses.

Investing in technology strengthens your business by preserving productivity and reducing worker liability claims or employee absences. Learn three ways technology tools can enhance safety both for your employees and worksite.

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Written by Adam Miller
The Three Types of Commercial Insurance Your Landlord May Require

Millions of companies across the country operate out of rented or leased commercial space, but business owners are usually required to meet specific requirements before property landlords let them move in and use the space. These contractual obligations protect the property owner, but also the business itself if disaster strikes the property.

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Written by Adam Miller
Three Benefits of Implementing Driver Safety Programs

In our previous Aegis blog post, we discussed how your business can keep company trucks and delivery vans safer to reduce theft or vandalism. Along with vehicle safety, businesses should also prioritize the health and safety of their drivers by implementing driver safety programs.

In today's Aegis blog, we'll discuss three benefits that come from implementing fleet driver safety programs and how both drivers and company owners can both reap the rewards.

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Written by Adam Miller
How Safe Are Your Commercial Vehicles?

For certain businesses, commercial vehicles are their main way to make deliveries, complete service calls, or transport parts and materials. When vehicles are damaged or unreliable, then it can create major problems and delays for business owners.

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Written by Adam Miller
Changes That Could Impact Your Restaurant Insurance Coverage

Restaurants have to be adept at keeping up with constant changes in their industry, either with health regulations, new technology, or recent laws and ordinances. While these changes can impact daily operations, hiring, or efficiency, some can have a broad financial impact, especially with Restaurant Insurance coverage.

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Written by Adam Miller
4 Business Upgrades You May Need in 2022

As businesses look ahead to 2022 with optimism and new opportunities for growth, some might wonder what strategic steps they can take to be ready for the new year ahead. The answer for some industries is making improvements and upgrades now so they can be better prepared to handle new customers, fulfill additional orders, protect their business, and support their workforce.

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Written by Adam Miller
Avoid These Common Business Insurance Mistakes

For business owners, having Commercial Insurance coverage is an important part of running a business since it offers financial protection and peace of mind in case disaster strikes. Unfortunately, not all business owners make wise decisions when it comes to what kind of policies are needed and how much coverage is needed. As a result, they could find themselves in a major financial bind when they do need to make a claim and discover they don't have the right kind of coverage needed.

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Written by Adam Miller
Three Benefits of Hiring Professional Security for Your Business

As businesses approach the busy holiday season, it can become a stressful time for business owners as they prepare to host holiday parties, welcome an increase in shoppers, and offer a larger amount of merchandise and holiday specials. An important investment for many business owners is the hiring of professional security teams or off-duty police officers to monitor the property and provide extra security during a hectic time.

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Written by Adam Miller
Insurance Changes Needed When Your Business Switches to Brick and Mortar

Some of most successful businesses started off small, whether in home offices, garages, through online shops, food trucks, or farmer's markets. Over time a humble startup can grow and expand to brick-and-mortar locations, and with that growth comes important financial changes and decisions. In today's Aegis blog post, we look at some of the insurance changes that arise when your business expands into a brick-and-mortar location, and how Aegis can help navigate those changes.

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Written by Adam Miller
Factors to Consider Before Buying a New Commercial Vehicle

As the year draws to a close, some businesses will face an uptick in deliveries and customer service calls but may be stuck with unreliable commercial trucks and vans, or not enough vehicles to meet demand. Industries such as restaurants, delis, bakeries, and retail stores depend on commercial vehicles but business owners should consider many important factors when making an investment on a replacement or second commercial vehicle.

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