Avoiding Winter Slips & Falls 2021 Webinar. Winter tips for SFM policyholders.

Avoiding Winter Slips & Falls Webinar

SFM recently offered a workers’ compensation webinar on avoiding winter slips and falls.

During the presentation, SFM loss prevention representatives shared their extensive knowledge of:

  • Why winter slip and fall prevention is important
  • Examples of hazards that can cause winter slip and fall injuries
  • Best practices to identify hazards and investigate what is causing them
  • How to implement changes to avoid future injuries
  • Much more!

View the webinar recording

Full claims 101 webinar

Our full-length educational webinar covers workers’ compensation claims basics, including a breakdown of the lifecycle of a claim, types of injuries and benefits, how to report an injury, how claims impact an organization’s future premium and more.


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Excerpts from our full claims 101 webinar

Interested in a specific topic? We’ve split our full webinar into smaller segments by subject.


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Reporting injuries and return to work

SFM Loss Prevention Specialist Luke Sammon explains best practices for reporting injuries and the benefits return to work.


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Covered injuries & benefits for work comp claims

SFM Claims Specialist D.J. Sjerven explains the types of covered workers’ comp injuries and the benefits injured employees and/or their families may receive.


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Lifecycle of a work comp claim

SFM Claims Specialist Laurie Neagbour describes the typical steps involved in workers’ compensation claims.


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What is an e-mod?

SFM Senior Marketing Underwriter Nathan Gaffaney explains experience modifications (e-mods) and how claim activity can impact an organization’s future premium.


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