CROs (Clinical Research Organizations) - Most Common Types of Uninsured Claims

CROs (Clinical Research Organizations) - Most Common Types of Uninsured Claims

Clinical Research Organizations (CROs) may be engaged by the life science companies to conduct a variety of services from developing study protocols to managing the site, handling and evaluating data and even assisting with regulatory obligations.  This wide range of services that may be administered by the CRO creates specific exposures and liabilities. 

How to Complete Your OSHA Required – 300 Log Posting

How to Complete Your OSHA Required – 300 Log Posting

It’s that time of the year! OSHA requires that employers post the summary of their OSHA 300 log from 02/01 until 04/30 of the previous year.   And while OSHA provides a very detailed instruction pamphlet (https://www.osha.gov/recordkeeping/new-osha300form1-1-04.pdf), it is a bit exhausting.

We have taken the OSHA provided excel spreadsheet and color-coded the areas that you need to input. A couple of quick helpful hints and notes about the log itself:

General Contractors - Don't get a change order because of safety

General Contractors - Don't get a change order because of safety

Subcontractor safety management presents one of the most challenging tasks for project management teams. Occasionally, subcontractors lack adequate internal resources to effectively manage safety. Some subcontractors fabricate or adopt a basic safety program to meet the requirements of the general contractor. Others just lack a safety program all together.

CA Workers' Compensation - State of the Union

CA Workers' Compensation - State of the Union

Each year the California Workers Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau (WCIRB) publishes a lengthy report that summarizes insurer data and actuary information.  There is important information in this publication that indicates what the year to come will look like in terms of the insurance marketplace.

Insuring Clinical Trials 101

Insuring Clinical Trials 101

Your company is about to embark on a clinical trial.   Insuring this exposure is unique and a bit more complex than your typical insurance.  This blog provides three high level items you need to obtain a quote and place coverage followed by a question and answer section to help you gain an introductory level understanding.