ECBM Insurance Blog

Risk Insights- Ebola: What Employers Need to Know

November 18, 2014

Workers who interact with people, animals, goods and equipment arriving from foreign countries with current Ebola outbreaks are the most at risk for contracting Ebola. Continue reading

Safety Spotlight: Evacuation Tips

November 13, 2014

There may come a time in your workday when you must evacuate because of an emergency. Before an emergency situation, it’s best to prepare ahead of time so you can act fast. Continue reading

Should I Stay Or Should I Go… To Work?

November 4, 2014

Influenza costs US Businesses about $30.4 billion dollars a year (2012-2013) with 230 million work days missed. Considering when cold and flu season peaks (October-February), year-end responsibilities at work along with personal obligations around the holidays can cause employees to wonder “How sick is too sick for work?” Continue reading

Employers & Employees Find Paybacks With Walking Programs

October 23, 2014

More workers are lacing up their sneakers during lunch breaks, taking the stairs, and parking on the far end of the parking lot than ever before. Organizations are realizing the high return on investment on walking programs, and the incentives of both material rewards and prizes along with the reward of good health are improving employee morale. Continue reading