The Post-Pandemic Safety Culture

As we continue to move toward the other side of the COVID-19 pandemic, workplace safety takes on an entirely new meaning. The risks we face, how we train our employees, and just about everything else looks and feels a little differently in this post-pandemic world.

Many businesses face the need to retrain workforces as they head back into the work environment. What was once fine-tuned now needs polishing. What was once the norm is now redefined.

Recently ICW Group’s VP, Risk Management, Rick Fineman, spoke with Insurance Business America about workplace safety in a post-pandemic world. He touches on employee training, emerging risks and reestablishing your safety culture. He also talks about our online safety resources and learning management system Safety OnDemand launched to Policyholders one year ago. See what Fineman has to say. We hope it helps your business.

For more detailed information, a Return To The Workplace Toolkit, the latest regulatory news and more workers’ compensation resources to help your business navigate through COVID-19, you can also visit our COVID-19 resources page on our Policyholder Center.

Stay safe!

Risk Management Team
Risk Management Team
Safety is, without question, one of the most important investments companies make. Promoting a safe work environment goes a long way in keeping your workers productive and your costs down. ICW Group's Risk Management team provides a variety of resources to help you create and maintain a culture of safety.

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