Don’t Get Swept Off Your Feet!

While weak tornadoes can be common, the Centennial State experiences an average of 60 tornadoes a year, and there’s no way of predicting when a more destructive super cell will appear…

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Ask the Experts: Fraud and Embezzlement

Approximately 76% of districts that purchase Crime coverage only buy the minimum. While $5,000 may seem sufficient, you don’t need a lot of imagination to think of a scenario in which you’d find yourself grossly underinsured.

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Firefighting into the Future

Firefighters place themselves in harm’s way for their communities every day, and as technology continues to propel forward, new advancements proffer potentially life-changing benefits to the men and women in the fire service.

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Ask the Experts: Hail Coverage

As we all know, hail in Colorado can cause a huge amount of damage. The damage and repairs from hail storms can lead to lost business and service interruptions. In the past five years, we have paid out more than $6 million for losses caused by hail, which includes over $1 million each in 2016 and 2017.

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The Devastating Effects of Stress

While stress can come as the result of a sudden trauma or incident, such as an accident, loss of a job, loss of a loved one, or bad diagnosis, it can also come from the routine responsibilities we all face. That’s key: everyone faces stress.

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Ask the Experts: Reporting Payroll for WC Coverage

It is very important that you be as accurate as possible. As you may know, workers’ compensation contributions are based on the job duties and payroll of those covered.

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Training Update: Time’s Running Out!

As of this June, only three districts have qualified for the Training Credit discounts for next year. That means a lot of districts still have a whole lot of work to do.

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Meet TRISTAR WC Senior Indemnity Adjuster Dionne LeBeau

We invite our members to meet Dionne LeBeau who will be working on behalf of the CSD Pool.

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Your Safety Budget Just Got Bigger

Big news! We just added more than $915,000 to the Safety and Loss Prevention Grant fund, and chances are your district will be getting a super-sized novelty check in the mail pretty soon.

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Are you Ready for Anything?

We are republishing our guide to responding to emergencies as Ready for Anything: Emergency and Disaster Response Guide. It will feature all the previous content, such as this piece on responding to a foodborne illness, which isn’t quite so straightforward for districts with public food service.

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