Preparing for Hurricane Season

National Hurricane Preparedness Week, which is scheduled for May 1-7 this year, encourages individuals to evaluate their personal hurricane risks and implement measures to keep themselves and their homes protected during a hurricane. Hurricanes have become an increasingly prevalent concern throughout many Southern states and along much of the  East Coast. In fact, the National … Continued

Tips for Traveling Abroad

(Photo by Dan Novac on Unsplash) The World Travel & Tourism Council has estimated bookings for international travel to be up by 130 percent over last year. Are you planning on traveling abroad? Are you Prepared? Our Round-up of Travel Abroad Tips: Make sure you have a signed, valid passport and visas, if required. Also, … Continued

April Is Distracted Driving Awareness Month

The National Safety Council recognizes April as Distracted Driving Awareness Month. This event is intended to raise awareness about the dangers of distracted driving and encourage motorists like you to minimize potential distractions behind the wheel. Review the following article for more information on distracted driving and ways you can help prevent it. Distracted Driving … Continued

Whitepaper: Addressing OSHA’s Most Frequent Violations with NIXN Technology

At the end of 2021, OSHA revealed the top 10 most frequently cited standards during the 2021 NCS Safety Congress & Expo. The findings should come as no surprise for those involved in the management of safety and health programs in the workplace. These findings reflect the need to improve workplace health and safety conditions … Continued

Whitepaper: Reactions to COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate Vary Among Employers

The Emergency Temporary Standard OSHA announced in early September has been met with a wide array of responses from employers, industry groups, and employees. It appears that just about all viewpoints have been captured in response to the announcement. While some employers have welcomed the announcement as a path forward to returning to a more … Continued

Understanding the TikTok® Challenge

Around the start of the school year a TikTok® trend began to emerge among teens and young adults. The trend known as “Devious Licks” has middle and high school aged students participating in and filming for social media various scandalous activities. These activities are primarily taking place on school grounds. In the month of September, … Continued

Whitepaper: Trucking Accident Lawsuit Costs Continue to Rise

Eight-figure and beyond damages continue to be paid out to plaintiffs as a result of lawsuits related to trucking accidents on US roads. The increase in the awards continues a trend which has produced record settlements over the last four years. As trucking companies face tighter insurance markets costly litigation will continue to play a … Continued

Improve Your Cyber Liability Risk in Eight Fundamental Ways

SolarWinds, Colonial Pipeline, JBS Foods… these companies have made the news over the past 12 months for the large and sophisticated cyber breaches that impacted their businesses. For every high-profile breach, there are thousands of breaches impacting small to medium sized businesses. These businesses typically don’t have Chief Information Security Officers and they might not … Continued

Next Week is OSHA’s Safe + Sound Week

Each year, more than 5,000 workers are killed on the job. Additionally, more than 3.6 million employees are seriously injured each year while at work. Because of this, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) holds a nationwide event each August called Safe and Sound Week, which promotes the importance of companies incorporating safety and … Continued

Cyber Liability Alert: the “Hafnium” Attack on Global Email Servers

Henderson Brothers’ cyber liability practice group needs you to be aware of one of the latest, most significant cyber attacks to date: in recent days there have been alerts about a “Hafnium” attack on global email servers. This issue is very widespread and could impact more than 60,000 companies. This is important to note, and … Continued