Monthly Archives: Jul 2020

Smarter Renewals in a Hardening Property/Casualty Insurance Market

For buyers in the casualty and property insurance market, there is no better summary of where things stand at the midway point of what feels like the longest year on record than one delivered in the Risk Management magazine article Hard Times, Hard Market.

“At the start of 2020, the biggest challenge for many risk professionals when it came to purchasing or renewing their insurance policies was navigating an increasingly hardening insurance market in which rates were increasing for almost all lines,” writes Lori Widmer. “And then the coronavirus pandemic hit.”

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How Origami Can Help Transit Systems Implement a Safety Management System

With an extended deadline on the PTASP Final Rule, Origami Risk hosted a June webinar for public transit agencies on the rule’s requirements, components of an SMS, how Origami Risk can help to meet the PTASP requirements, and more.

In June 2020, Origami presented a webinar to help public transit agencies navigate the Public Transportation Agency Safety Plan (PTASP) Final Rule, as the deadline had been extended to December 31, 2020. Led by Sam Gabal (Senior Sales Executive), Peter Morrical (Senior Client Executive), and Luke Bernardi (Business Development Representative), the presentation focused on:

  • Defining the requirements and components of a safety management system (SMS)
  • Demonstrating how Origami can help meet those requirements
  • A case study illustrating how Origami helped a transit agency client build out functionality to support an SMS
  • Fielding questions from the participants, leveraging the expertise from Origami’s Sean Salvas (Senior Market Strategy Lead, EHS)

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How to Mitigate the Complexity of State Form Compliance

Workers’ compensation claims compliance can be incredibly complex on a state-by-state basis. With variation across 50 jurisdictions, how can organizations mitigate the complexity of state forms?

Between keeping up with ever-changing laws to ensuring that internal reporting requirements are adhered to, carriers, TPAs, and self-insureds have a lot of things on their plates. If not given the proper attention, workers’ compensation state form requirements can quickly take up a huge amount of time and possibly become a liability.

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