Professional ServicesYou’ve worked hard to attain the professional designations that draw clients to your office: years of education and training and building a client base took place long before you hung out that sign with your name on it.
Most professional services businesses depend on a few dedicated partners to keep them running; if you’re one of them, you can’t afford to be diverted from the task of running your business by risks that can often be averted, such as simply preventing employee injuries or preparing for natural disasters that can halt business.
Professional Services Resources
The risks in the technology industry are as varied as the businesses themselves. Hanover Risk Solutions has considered a wide variety of the risks your business faces.
- Personal Use of Company Owned/Leased Vehicles
- Business guide to Preventing, Detecting and Responding to a Phishing Attack
- Sample Safety Program: Non-regulated Fleets
- Check Fraud Prevention Checklist
- Contract Management
- Cyber Security Checklist
- Dealing with Internet Fraud
- Digital Copiers Could Be an Identity Theft Threat
- Ergonomic Solutions—Computer Users
- Ergonomic Solutions—Standing Tasks
- Fire Protection and Record Storage
- Flu: Reducing the Risk of Exposure in the Workplace
- Parking Lot Safety
- Premises Security Inspections
- Sidewalk Inspection Checklist
- Snow & Ice Control Record
- What Businesses Can Do to Reduce the Risk of Identity Theft
Risk Solutions Partners
Our alliances with providers of risk solutions for our professional services insureds include:
- Criminal background checks online as well as employment screening services from Intellicorp
- The Insurance Institute for Business and Home Safety (IBHS) Disaster Recovery Planning can help you plan for the worst and get your business up and running when catastrophe strikes
Education and Training
Hanover Risk Solutions consultants can provide on-site training for our insureds; contact your local Risk Solutions Director for more information.
- As a professional business owner you may also find the online course library developed by the Small Business Administration helpful.
- Advisory on Sit-Stand Computer Workstations
- The Professional Service Association
- OSHA Computer Workstation eTool
- The Federal government website can help businesses with pertinent laws and compliance
- The Small Business Association
- The Occupational Safety and Health Administration