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The Mutual edgeMutuals are non-profit-making organizations whose members pool risks of a similar nature to achieve long-term and stable insurance protection at cost.
Chairman's introductionChairman's welcome to the Signal website.
Signal Mutual is the largest self-insured group provider of Longshore benefits in the United States.
Membership benefitsThere are many great benefits to being a member of Signal.
Introductory GuideA comprehensive guide to the workings of Signal Mutual
To secure the benefits payable under the Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act (LHWCA) on a non-profit and cost-effective basis for selected employers over the long term.
The ManagersFind information about Signal's managers.
Upcoming EventsUpcoming events exclusively available to Members of Signal Mutual.
All of the Association's key performance indicators continue to show positive improvement and we are happy to report that our results continue to be measurably better.
Search our Safety CenterA detailed bank of resources for our members.
Safety ManagersSignal maintains a staff of Safety Professionals strategically located around the United States to assist Members.
“Arrive Home Alive” is more than a slogan. Signal is asking every Member to initiate action without delay to eliminate fatalities.
Save the DateOur upcoming Annual General Meeting will be held on August 1-3, 2019.
Nearly 2 million American workers report having been victims of workplace violence each year. Unfortunately, many more cases go unreported. Research has identified factors that may increase the risk of violence for some workers at certain worksites. Such factors include exchanging money with the public and working with volatile, unstable people. Working alone or in isolated areas may also contribute to the potential for violence. Providing services and care, and working where alcohol is served may also impact the likelihood of violence. Additionally, time of day and location of work, such as working late at night or in areas with high crime rates, are also risk factors that should be considered when addressing issues of workplace violence.
OSHA Workplace Violence Page
Enforcement Procedures for Investigating or Inspecting Workplace Violence Incidents
USDA Handbook on Workplace Violence Prevention and Response
DOJ Workplace Violence: Issues in Response
Workplace Violence Fact Sheet
La Violencia en el Lugar de Trabajo
Stress... at Work (NIOSH)
Preventing Homicide in the Workplace (NIOSH)
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