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How to Save Premium Dollars

How to Save Premium Dollars

With APEI's Loss Control Premium Credit Program, members have the opportunity to save considerably on their premiums. A member reaching the maximum credit amount will receive 15% off the APEI portion of their workers' comp and general liability premiums as well as 4% off the APEI portion of their property premium. By conducting inspections, having safety committees, and training your employees properly, you will create an environment where the employees know you care about safety, you care about them, want them to be injury free, and your organization could save a lot of money through the Premium Credit Program. For more information, please consult your Loss Control Manual, or contact Cole Cummins, Loss Control Manager, at ccummins@akpei.com.
Wednesday, December 3, 2014/Author: Alaska Public Entity Insurance/Number of views (1990)/Comments (0)/
Post Hire Questionnaire Can Save Workers' Compensation Costs

Post Hire Questionnaire Can Save Workers' Compensation Costs

As you may already know, workers’ compensation premiums in Alaska are the highest in the nation. Fortunately, there is an easy way for a school district or municipality to potentially reduce its workers’ compensation losses and its premiums, by having each employee fill out a Post Hire Questionnaire For Secondary Injury Fund Qualification. 
Saturday, April 26, 2014/Author: Alaska Public Entity Insurance/Number of views (2867)/Comments (0)/
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)

With the growing popularity of devices like smartphones and tablets, more and more employees are now using their own personal devices as functional workstations. This is now being referred to as Bring Your Own Device (BYOD).

Sunday, December 1, 2013/Author: Alaska Public Entity Insurance/Number of views (2732)/Comments (0)/
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