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12 months ago · by · Comments Off on Cyber Liability Protection

Cyber Liability Protection

Regardless of size or industry, all companies use technology in some way to deliver their products and services. Joyce Insurance Group offers cyber insurance services that can help better protect your business. Contact us today at (570) 655-2831 for a free cyber liability assessment or request a quote online.

Cyber Risk 101

As our reliance on technology and data continues to increase, cyber risks do as well. Learn more about these risks, and how the services offered can help you protect your business.

Cyber Criminals Increasingly Target Small and Midsize Businesses

Although large-scale cyber incidents garner major media focus, data shows that cyber criminals are increasingly turning their attention to smaller companies. In fact, 62% of all cyber breach victims are small and midsize enterprises (SMEs), according to Small Biz Trends. Evidence shows that this trend of targeting SMEs will continue to rise. Why are smaller businesses the favored targets of cyber criminals? Most likely because bad actors know that SME leaders often mistakenly think that cyber security services are beyond their means, making them under-protected and easily breached. Read the First Quarter 2019 Report

Did You Know?

  • According to the HIPAA report, 2018 witnessed a 157.67% year-over-year surge in the number of exposed healthcare records in the US.
  • As much as 80% of the data generated by the healthcare industry is likely to be in the cloud by 2020. Security is also becoming a major concern.
  • The trending digitalization, such as the cloud, Big Data, mobile technologies, IoT, and artificial intelligence (AI), in ever more areas of business and society, and the growing connectivity of everything, have increased the workload of already strained IT teams.
    • Source: Research and Markets

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1 year ago · by · Comments Off on OSHA Injury Tracking of Injuries & Illnesses for Calendar Year 2019

OSHA Injury Tracking of Injuries & Illnesses for Calendar Year 2019

Submission of OSHA Form 300-A (Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses) OSHA Recordkeeping

The Calendar Year 2019 Announcements

The reference point to determine the need for compliance is based on the number of employees at an Establishment and the NAICS Code. Covered establishments must electronically submit information from their OSHA Form 300-A by March 2, 2020.

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Not all establishments are covered by this requirement.

Let’s start with defining the word establishment. An establishment is defined as a single physical location where the business is conducted or where services or industrial operations are performed.

A firm may be comprised of one or more establishments. The submitted data must be specific for each individual establishment. A firm with more than one establishment must submit establishment-specific 300A data for each establishment that meets the size and industry reporting criteria. The data may be submitted using one ITA account. It is important to note that the electronic reporting requirements are for data at the establishment level, not the firm level.

The reference point to determine the need for compliance is based on:

  1. Establishments with 250 or more employees that are currently required to keep OSHA Injury and Illness records; or
  2. Establishments with 20-249 (full-time & part-time) employees that are classified in certain industries (NAICS Codes) with historically high rates of occupational injuries and illnesses.

The NAICS Code (North American Industry Classification System) code can be found on the Federal Tax Return and is listed as Activity Code.

Establishments that meet any of the following criteria DO NOT have to send their information to OSHA. Remember, these criteria apply at the establishment level, not to the firm as a whole.

  1. The establishment peak employment (full-time & part-time) during the previous calendar year was 19 or fewer, regardless of the establishment’s industry.
  2. The establishment industry is on the list of Non-Mandatory – Partially Exempt Industries, regardless of the size of the establishment.
  3. The establishment had peak employment (full-time & part-time) between 20 and 249 employees during the previous calendar year AND the establishment’s industry is not on the REQUIRED ESTABLISHMENT LIST defined as “certain high-risk industries”.

Tom Conigliaro, our Director of Risk Management Services here at Joyce, Jackman & Bell Insurors is available to discuss OSHA Form 300-A. Call the agency at 570-655-2831 or email Tom at tconigliaro@joyceinsurance.com.

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