Halloween Safety for Children

Halloween celebrations can come with a range of fun activities and lead to lasting memories for your children. However, these festivities can also carry serious safety risks. That’s why it’s important to have precautions in place to protect your kids from the risk of Halloween-related injuries or accidents. Costume Precautions Do not let children wear…

6 Steps to Better Cybersecurity

October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. During this annual event, government and industry leaders come together to raise awareness about the importance of cybersecurity. This year’s theme, “See Yourself in Cyber,” was selected to demonstrate that while cybersecurity may seem like a complex subject, ultimately, it’s really all about people. It’s crucial for businesses to…

Preventing Repetitive Motion Injuries

While repetitive motion injuries (RMIs) are common among athletes, these injuries can occur in the workplace. Also known as repetitive stress injuries or cumulative trauma disorders, RMIs impact a broad range of occupations, including jobs that require heavy lifting and stationary office roles. RMIs occur when continuous physical stress from daily tasks damages nerves, tendons…

General Liability Exposures Every Organization Should Know

Almost every organization faces commercial liability exposures. A commercial liability loss exposure is a condition or situation that presents the possibility of an organization becoming legally and financially responsible for injury, harm or damage to another party. These exposures stem from the kind of work an organization performs and where that work is executed. They…

Deeley Wins Coastal Style and Metropolitan Magazine Awards

Thank You! Thank You! The 2022 votes are in, and we’re excited to share that readers of Coastal Style Magazine voted Deeley Insurance Group Best Insurance Agency in Worcester County, and voted our President Laura Deeley Bren Best Insurance Agent in Worcester County. Readers of Salisbury’s Metropolitan Magazine also voted Deeley Insurance Group Best Insurance…

Employers Now Required to Justify COVID-19 Testing, According to EEOC

In an update to its technical assistance manual, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recently announced that employers must now justify mandatory COVID-19 testing for their workers. Going forward, employers must “assess whether current pandemic circumstances and individual workplace circumstances justify viral testing of employees to prevent workplace transmission of COVID-19.” Previously, the EEOC…

Questions Boards Should Ask About Cybersecurity

Board members of both public and private companies have a fiduciary responsibility to establish and oversee business policies that drive a company’s financial growth and performance, including how their organization manages cybersecurity threats. Not only can a company be put at risk by cybersecurity breaches, but a director can also be held personally liable in…