What Manufacturers Need to Know About Loss Control, Pt. 2

Nina Conner Manufacturing

Q&A with Ryan Overly, Risk Control Consultant with Murray, an AssuredPartners company By Jenn DeWalt, Business Development Specialist, Murray This is the second part of a series on safety considerations for manufacturing companies: The first part of the series covered specific loss control considerations manufacturing companies need to consider regarding workers’ compensation and keeping their employees safe. Almost $1.2 billion is paid out every week in our country for workers’ compensation claims.  Manufacturers in particular may be experiencing what often seem like small incidents, but those small claims are certainly adding up. Ryland Overly, GSP, Risk Control Consultant from Murray’s Risk Management team, offers information that can help those businesses in the manufacturing industry develop a better safety culture. Q: …

What Manufacturers Need to Know About Loss Control

Nina Conner Manufacturing

Q&A with Ryan Overly, Risk Control Consultant with Murray, an AssuredPartners company By Jenn DeWalt, Business Development Specialist, Murray This is the first part of a series on safety considerations for manufacturing companies: Almost $1.2 billion is paid out every week in our country for workers’ compensation claims.  Manufacturers in particular may be experiencing what often seem like small incidents, but those small claims are certainly adding up. Ryland Overly, GSP, Risk Control Consultant from Murray’s Risk Management team, offers information that can help those businesses in the manufacturing industry develop a better safety culture.   Q: Are there specific loss control considerations for manufacturing companies regarding Workers’ Compensation? A: Yes! While manufacturing companies are the same in some basic …

Seven Manufacturing Trends for 2022

Denise Gillin Manufacturing

Shared from Wolters Kluwer To stay one step ahead of industry trends and keep pace with the competition, technology innovation has taken a front seat. But manufacturers must also remain agile and find ways to rapidly respond to customer demand. Given this, here are seven key manufacturing trends to watch for. Onshore instead of offshore Shifting from B2B to B2C Additive manufacturing (3D printing) Predictive maintenance Increased automation Securing talent for the new workplace Sustainability For more details>>>

Latest Trends in the Industrial Real Estate Sector Here to Stay

Denise Gillin Insurance, Manufacturing, News

By John Dettleff, Senior Managing Director, Brokerage, JLL for AreaDevelopment.com The United States will need one billion square feet of industrial space over the next five years to keep up with e-commerce demand — one billion! Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, much attention has been paid to the future of office, but the industrial market is experiencing a similar tectonic shift. Prior to the onset of the coronavirus, the increase in online sales was driving growth in the industrial real estate sector. JLL found that nearly 35 percent of all industrial leasing was attributed to e-commerce pre-pandemic. After March 2020, as online sales experienced an explosion in growth, demand for distribution space skyrocketed, accounting for the majority of all industrial leasing …

Five Critical COVID-19 Risks for the Manufacturing Industry

Denise Gillin Insurance, Manufacturing, News

By Katie Dwyer for Risk&Insurance.com COVID-19 is impacting every business in some way, but manufacturers are under unique pressure. Though many have been forced to shut down, others have been called upon to help produce much-needed medical supplies. All are facing challenges with supply chain management, security, and the continual obligation to keep workers as safe as possible. Here are 5 risks facing manufacturers as they work through the pandemic: Supply Chain Disruption Economic Recession Vulnerabilities in Cyber Security Patent Infringement Liability Widespread Worker Illness Click for more details>>>