Risk Management Services Overview

Posted by Noah Stephenson on Jul 28, 2017 2:37:27 PM

Does your business analyze risks before they become a problem?

  • Many businesses mistakenly believe that they only have to worry about risk management after an incident, but the truth is you can start saving now by implementing safety and risk evaluation programs. We can provide you with guides, workplace policies and other resources so you can protect your bottom line right now.

Does your business have risk management programs in place?

  • Even the most forward-thinking businesses experience losses, so it’s important to be ready with risk management programs and response plans. The team at Ascend HR Solutions can help you prepare your workplace so you’re ready to respond to a variety of scenarios.

Are you taking the proper steps to keep your employees and business safe?

  • Creating a culture of safety in the workplace is key to keeping your employees safe and productive. Our library of documents includes employee-facing articles, safety manuals and other materials that can help you ensure your business’s safety.

INTERACTIVE RISK ANALYSIS TOOLS

Use these multifunctional tools to evaluate various industry pain points. Many of these tools can be customized for your organization’s specific needs, so you can see how your business is faring and learn ways to manage your risk exposures.

 

INJURY AND ILLNESS INVESTIGATION PROGRAMS

Make sure that injuries and illnesses only cost you a single time. These resources can help you establish best practices for investigating the true sources of workplace incidents and reduce the chance of costly reoccurrences.

 

COMPLIANCE TOOLS

Mismanaging compliance topics can lead to costly fines and a tarnished reputation. Use these attorney-written compliance tools to understand recent federal legislation handed down by OSHA, the Department of Transportation and other government agencies, and make sure your business stays in compliance.

 

RESPONSE PLANS AND PROGRAMS

To ensure your long-term success, your business needs to be ready to respond to a number of risks at any given time. These programs and response plans can help you and your employees be ready for a wide variety of scenarios, such as severe storms, cyber attacks and workplace violence.

 

EMPLOYEE COMMUNICATIONS

Promote various workplace topics with hundreds of employee-facing materials, including flyers, newsletters, bulletins and guides that will help keep health and safety top of mind.

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