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“The Roundup” is Origami Risk’s weekly bulletin of headlines and resources impacting risk, compliance, safety, P&C insurance, and healthcare.

Monday, January 31 | Creating DEI initiatives that bring real change 

According to a Forbes survey, only 53% of employees feel their employers are meeting their DEI goals. Research shows, not only should organizations be focusing on hiring a diverse set of employees, but they should also focus on how those employees are progressing and developing throughout their career path. (Continue reading) 

Monday, January 31 | Insurers Making Waves with Wider Use of IoT Leak, Temp Sensors 

What if your insureds could prevent damage and stop a water leak before it starts? Chubb, the largest publicly traded property and casualty company in the world has embraced the use of the Internet of Things and are using leak sensors. This may become a standard feature of insurance policies. (Continue reading) 

Wednesday, February 2 | Explosion risks persist at burning N.C. fertilizer plant 

A fertilizer plant caught fire on Monday, risking an explosion of approximately 5,000 tons of finished fertilizer. Authorities had to evacuate an estimated 6,000 people living within a mile of the plant. (Continue reading) 

Wednesday, February 2 | Florida Senate Committee Approves Actual-Cash-Value Roof Bill 

A new bill in Florida would no longer offer full replacement of roofs. Instead, they would cover the depreciated or actual cash value. The bill was created due to roof replacements costing insurers and homeowners and bringing Florida’s property insurance market near the brink of collapse. (Continue reading) 

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