APEI provides loss control assistance to its members. Each member receives copies of the APEI Loss Control Manual, which is updated annually. Members that perform loss control activities, such as holding regular safety meetings, inspecting buildings, attending employee training programs, or taking courses through the TargetSolutions or SafeSchools online training program, earn credits that reduce insurance premiums.
To learn more about any of the following services, or to receive a copy of the current Loss Control Manual, contact Cole Cummins.
Loss Control Grants — Investment in safety equipment, training, and promotion helps raise the awareness of the importance of safety and its value to employees. APEI is offering a grant of $1,000 to be applied to safety training or safety equipment. Download the application.
Hiring Documents — Download the following form to assist you in hiring staff: Post Hire Questionnaire.
School Safety and Security — Download the following form to assist you in creating a safer school: School Safety and Security Checklist.
Loss Control Surveys — These are a valuable start in identifying and classifying risk to your operations. We can aid in designing these surveys and assist with conducting them.
Written Safety Programs — We can aid in creating, reviewing and revising these core work practice rules that enable an employer to design and maintain a safe work environment.
OSHA Compliance Assistance — Our staff is available to help you identify the OSHA standards applicable to your workplace and assist in development of an appropriate program to apply.
Ergonomic Control Programs — Nationally, ergonomic injuries account for over 60 percent of all employee injury cost. We can help you identify problem jobs and fashion responses to control the potential losses.
Consulting Services — We can work with you to design management responses to risk control issues. Our consulting services work toward integrating the plan and programs into your operational style.
Benchmarking Safety and Loss Control Programs — Knowing where you have been and how you are doing relative to similar organizations in your safety and loss control programs helps determine the resources that you should apply. To see how you’re doing, we can help devise metrics that enable benchmarking against similar organizations.