Special Olympics

Safety National supported the St. Louis Metro Area Special Olympics Track and Field Day as one of the major presenting sponsors. In addition, 10 employees volunteered as buddies for the day, where they accompanied a special athlete to each event, on visits to Victory Village, and to the awards ceremony.

Politics of Guns and Workplace Violence

Mark Walls explains the politics of guns and workplace violence with Insurance Thought Leadership, which was a session at RIMS 2016 in San Diego.   View the entire article here.

Should Workers’ Comp Evolve?

Mark Walls discusses how the time come for workers’ comp to reflect the realities of the current workforce, workplace risks and advances in science and medicine with Insurance Thought Leadership.   View the full article here.

Confrontational Workers’ Comp System is Outmoded

Mark Walls explains why the workers’ comp system is unnecessarily confrontational and should be more worker friendly with Insurance Business America.   View the full article here.

What Impact Will OSHA Have on Businesses in 2016?

Don Enke discusses the impact OSHA will have on businesses in 2016 with Workplace HR and Safety.   View entire article here.

A.M. Best Assigns A+ Rating to Safety Specialty Insurance Company™

A.M. Best has assigned a financial strength rating of A+ (Superior) and an issuer credit rating of “aa-“ to Safety Specialty Insurance Company™. The outlook assigned to each rating is stable. According to A.M. Best, “The ratings reflect the company’s role as a subsidiary of Safety National Casualty Corporation. Factors…

Motivation to Beat Narcotic Medication Dependency

View the inspirational success story of Kenneth Black. Through the collaborative team efforts of Safety National’s claims team, Best Doctors, and the field case management team at Lombardi Associates, Mr. Black overcame narcotic medication dependency and increased his mobilization after battling a work-related injury for 14 years. In 2015, he…