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This form is designed to help you document all of the necessary facts in the unfortunate event that an employee has an accident with a government entity vehicle. We recommend that you place a copy of this form in each of your fleet vehicles, after completing the Customer Information and Vehicle Information sections.
This information is to assist you in developing your Fleet Safety Program. To be effective, your plan must relate to your specific operations, exposures, and hazards. The information provided is not intended to be all-inclusive, but is a starting point for the development of your Fleet Safety Program.
Events intended to gain control of a fire, including extinguishment operations, may result in a significant amount of loss to contents within a building as well as the building itself. There is little a fire department can do to prevent this loss, however, proper salvage and overhaul operations may reduce a fire’s after-effects.
The USFA, DOT, and the NVFC are committed to mitigating the fatalities, injuries, costs, and reduced efficiency associated with vehicle crashes and collisions. This report presents strategies, best practices, motivational tactics, and sample operating procedures that volunteer and combination departments can use to enhance the safety of responders when it comes to vehicle operations and traffic incident response.
This guide utilizes data from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) to provide practical information your organization can use to better understand common employment liability exposures. While many court, state and municipal codes may vary, there are still some broad practices and information all public entities can employ to recognize and mitigate the risks of these exposures. It is our hope that you will use this information to help identify your own exposures and to implement effective risk management practices.
Fire hose, while tough, is far from invulnerable to mildew, abrasion, UV rays, and a host of other forces that can weaken fire hose leading to catastrophic failures that injure firefighters or hinder firefighting efforts. In this document, we will look at how you can reduce these incidents and maximize the working life of your fire hose with a broad overview of proper fire hose washing, use, storage, inspection, and testing.
A fire hose (or firehose), by definition, is a high-pressure hose that carries water or other fire retardant (such as foam) from a source to the scene of the fire. Outdoors, it attaches to either a fire engine or a fire hydrant. It is one of the most important tools used in fighting fires. This document is meant to give your department key information about fire hose used in the fire service.
This document is written to give the user an overview of the common extinguisher types, extinguisher rating systems, selecting an extinguisher, and using and inspecting an extinguisher. If you have questions on the use, number and placement of extinguishers in a building check with your local fire department.
From the people who live or work in your community, to the businesses and infrastructure that provide needed services, Intact Public Entities understands your community is unique. As local government specialists with a deep understanding of property and casualty insurance solutions, we know how to properly protect your assets. Our team of insurance specialists consistently delivers customized protection and services to safeguard your community and all of its unique needs.
We understand the importance of promoting a safe work environment for your business. With background checks from IntelliCorp, you get comprehensive and validated screening services to help minimize risk and determine the quality of your new hires.
This guide includes sample criteria (both on-the-job and off-the-job violations) that may be used to disqualify a person as an authorized driver.
Property risk management requires a baseline knowledge of the structure and internal process that may affect the long term functionality of the building itself as well as the frequency and severity of adverse claims. Feel free to edit this list to match your specific structures.
Our skilled team of public sector risk management specialists is dedicated to partnering with you to manage risks specific to your community. Our team has deep expertise — averaging more than 20 years of experience serving public entities — and we are well equipped to deliver high-quality solutions.
Intact Insurance Specialty Solutions has partnered with SambaSafety, a leading provider of motor violation records and driver risk solutions to help you make your operations safer. As a client of Intact Insurance, you will receive preferred pricing from SambaSafety.
Intact Insurance Specialty Solutions is the marketing brand for the insurance company subsidiaries of Intact Insurance Group USA LLC. Coverages may be underwritten by one of the following insurance companies: Atlantic Specialty Insurance Company, a New York insurer; Homeland Insurance Company of New York, a New York insurer; Homeland Insurance Company of Delaware, a Delaware insurer; OBI America Insurance Company, a Pennsylvania insurer; OBI National Insurance Company, a Pennsylvania insurer; or The Guarantee Company of North America USA, a Michigan insurer. Each of these insurers maintains its principal place of business at 605 Highway 169 N, Plymouth, MN 55441, except The Guarantee Company of North America USA, which is located at One Towne Square, Southfield, MI 48076. This material is intended as a general description of certain types of insurance coverages and services. Coverages and availability vary by state; exclusions and deductibles may apply. Please refer to your insurance policy or consult with your independent insurance advisor for information about coverages, terms and conditions. Some coverage may be written by a surplus lines insurer through a licensed surplus lines broker. Surplus lines insurers do not generally participate in state guaranty funds and insureds are therefore not protected by such funds.