Protect Your Business Liabilities

You can minimize the impact liability losses have on your business by:

  • Committing to controlling losses - minimize your exposures by implementing procedures to identify hazards and handle them in the best feasible manner.
  • Maintaining good housekeeping of public access areas - ensure that all hallways, stairways, aisles and exits are free of clutter and obstructions.
  • Maintaining your premises:
      - Keep outside stairs, ramps, porches and other walkways well lit and in good     repair as required by local building codes.
      - Ensure railings are securely mounted to walls or stairs.
      - Clearly mark and light all exits as required by local codes.
      - Maintain clean, dry and tidy walking surfaces.
      - Use floor mats or slip-retardant floor coverings at entrances, exits or other     frequently wet areas.
      - Post appropriate signs warning of wet floors.
  • Creating safety procedures to control public access to attractions, such as swimming pools and work areas.
  • Ensuring that established quality control procedures are followed and checking the materials that you use.

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Cincinnati Insurance serves you exclusively through a select group of independent agencies that perform as premier insurance organizations in their local communities. To obtain a quote, report a claim or learn more about the value of Cincinnati's insurance policies and reliable claims service, please find your local independent agency today. Coverage and credit availability varies by state. Underwriting requirements apply. This is not a policy.

Our loss control service is advisory only. We assume no responsibility for management or control of customer loss control activities or for implementation of recommended corrective measures. These materials were gathered from trade services and public information. We have not tried to identify all exposures. We do not warrant that this information is consistent with Cincinnati underwriting guidelines or with any federal, state or local law, regulation or ordinance.

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