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July 1999

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You might be surprised to find out how many ways you can lower your workers' comp costs.

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  • Author Michael Cloutman, Angel Fire Resort
  • Volume 44-2
  • Page 26
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Published in March 2005
Accidents happen. How we handle the incident and the follow-up is anything but accidental. Here are what the experts recommend.

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  • Author Rick Kahl
  • Volume 43-6
  • Page 52
Published in November 2004
Explores solutions to common work-related injuries caused by repetitive tasks. Includes proposals for inexpensive remedies, observation, training, job safety analysis, record review and an overall look at current trends.

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  • Author Norm Sothan
  • Volume 32-6
  • Page 34
Published in November 1993
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Ten questions were asked of representatives from two major insurance carriers for the ski industry. Topics covered include: reserves, establishment of rates, future rate trends, deductibles and letters of credit.

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  • Author Brian Derouin
  • Volume 32-1
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Published in January 1993
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A look at the formation of a safety committee that comes up with inter-department risk management programs. These programs result in a lower number of worker's compensation claims and give the originators of ideas rewards. (Usually cash) This type of program has been used at several New Hampshire resorts as a way of reducing overall insurance costs for the ski areas.

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  • Author Ruth Antonides
  • Volume 29-6
Published in November 1990