Let us help you prevent incidents and control their costs.
Promote productivity by keeping staff injury-free and on the job.
Keep your white and yellow fleets safe and road ready.
Protect your data, funds, and reputation from cybercrime.
Create learning environments that prioritize staff and student safety.
Reduce the risk of liability and costly lawsuits.
Maintain facilities and equipment for efficiency, safety, and savings.
Comply with the law, navigate complex claims, and manage your costs.
Learn about the latest risk management trends and best practices.
Find forms, notices, templates, guides, and other resources you need.
This short tutorial explains the when and how of filing Form DWC-6 Supplemental Report of Injury on our website.
This information is exclusively for members with Workers' Compensation access.
Leaders can protect their districts if they understand the school nursing climate, respect professional boundaries, and include nurses in strategic planning. Learn more in this recorded webinar.
This tutorial explains how lifesaving Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) are used in health emergencies. Required by law for school district employees.
You'll learn how to maintain appropriate chemical inventories and get value from your relationships with chemical disposal vendors.
Facilities and maintenance staff will learn how to control the risk of employee injuries and environmental damage caused by chemical spills.
This course, which is required by law for school district employees, teaches staff to recognize and manage escalating student behavior.
We walk you through the state-mandated workers' compensation form that most often trips employers up.
This course, which is designed for support staff working with electricity, addresses a variety of electrical safety issues in the work environment.
This course focuses on restricting private electronic communications between educators and students and reducing the risk of inappropriate relationships that can result from them.
This course, which is required by law for school district employees, covers confidentiality under FERPA law and who should know about the contents of an Individualized Education Program.