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Real business problems solved by Society

When disaster strikes our policyholders, they count on Society to step in and help piece things back together. With over 100 years in business, we’ve handled all sorts of issues for the industries we specialize in. Here are a few real-life examples detailing how we’ve helped small business owners like you overcome unique industry challenges.

 
 
  • Preventing Foodborne Illness: Cleanliness and Temperature


    The food service industry has an obligation to do everything possible to mitigate the occurrences of foodborne illness. Beyond the obvious ethical concerns, the fallout from a patron who gets sick from a foodborne illness possibly contracted at a given establishment can be significant. Concerns range from reputational to financial, and it's important for proprietors to be prepared. Preventing foodborne illness ultimately comes down to two important areas: Cleanliness and temperature.

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    This Case Study was posted on in Supermarkets & Grocery Stores, Convenience Stores & Gas Stations, Restaurants & Bars, Food & Beverage Producers, Risk Management, Small Business, Society Insurance

  • Mitigating Slip and Fall Risks


    Have you ever slipped, tripped or fallen? Perhaps you have watched a television show where a slip, trip and fall was the punch line for a joke. Slips, trips and falls are no joke, however, and rank among the most frequent types of accidents. These incidents have a financial impact, as well as a personal cost with the temporary or permanent loss of a valued member of the community. Slips, trips and falls are expensive, disruptive and painful, but these business strategies can help.

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    This Case Study was posted on in Case Study, Supermarkets & Grocery Stores, Convenience Stores & Gas Stations, Restaurants & Bars, Auto Service & Garage, Contractors, Cleancare & Waterworks, Food & Beverage Producers, Hotels, Motels & Resorts, Medical Offices & Clinics, Risk Management, Small Business, Society Insurance, Workers Compensation

  • Workers Compensation & Claims Handling


    While all claims situations are serious, workers compensation claims are particularly harrowing because they involve the most valuable resource a business has: its people. The timely handling of a workers compensation claim can have a huge impact on the ultimate outcome.

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    This Case Study was posted on in Case Study, Small Business, Society Insurance, Workers Compensation

  • Avoiding an Electrical Fire at Your Business


    The majority of electrical fires—about 66 percent according to the NFPA—are indeed caused by wiring issues that are unseen and that most people would call unknowable. But with the right amount of prevention and vigilance, you can actually take some steps to mitigate these issues.

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    This Case Study was posted on in Case Study, Risk Management, Small Business, Society Insurance

  • Minimize Solid Fuel Cooking Risks


    Some restaurant kitchen appliances use solid fuel such as mesquite, charcoal and hardwood to cook and heat food. It adds another dimension to restaurant offerings – from pizzas to smoked meat – and has the potential to bring in more business. Solid fuel cooking also allows restaurants a wider array of flavor and cooking capabilities.

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    This Case Study was posted on in Case Study, Restaurants & Bars, Small Business, Society Insurance

  • Mitigate the Impact of Downtime


    Power outages, theft or property damage can force a business to close for days, weeks or months, causing significant financial losses. No business can afford to take a hit like that to its finances or reputation.

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    This Case Study was posted on in Restaurants & Bars, Risk Management, Small Business, Society Insurance

  • An Effective Approach to Minimizing Downtime


    While safety policies and practices are meant to prevent injuries, they’re not always fail-safe, and at some point, many employers will face fi ling a workers compensation claim. The most important factor in a successful resolution to any workers compensation claim is a timely return to work. With proper claims handling, your insurance company can make a big difference by identifying treatment options that will facilitate a quicker recovery and return to work.

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    This Case Study was posted on in Risk Management, Small Business, Society Insurance, Workers Compensation

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