Water Loss Prevention and the Importance of Timely Reporting and Mitigation
By Matt Komac, Assistant Director PC Pool Operations
During the 2022-2023 holiday break, temperatures in Montana plummeted to the negative 20’s and 30’s throughout the state for more than a week straight. During that time, we had more than a dozen freeze-related losses reported, with varying levels of damage at each site. The degree of damage was determined primarily by how quickly the leaks were identified and addressed. Read more.
If Water Spills, the Journey Isn’t Safe
By Brenda Koch, Matt Komac, and Annette Satterly
We were recently discussing our good friend Snookie Fisher, who was a school bus driver for 41 years in an area known for cold, deep, snowy conditions. In addition to being a remarkable person, Snookie also managed a remarkable feat. In those 41 years, she never had a single accident! So, we are extremely pleased she generously agreed to share the following secrets to her admirable safety streak in the form of a list of best practices to live by when driving a school bus or vehicle: Click here to read more.
It’s Winter! Let’s avoid Slips, Trips and Falls
By Kevin Bartsch, Assistant Director Workers Compensation Pool Operations
Each winter, we discuss safety issues involving slips, trips, and falls. We return to these concerns annually because they continue to be some of the most frequent and expensive claims we deal with yearly. Thankfully, they are also among the most avoidable and preventable accidents that occur all too often at our schools. Read more.