To do this, we will be making a few changes that will help us check in with our clients more consistently, while keeping you and our team members safe. Here are some of the things we are doing:
- We have ensured that there will be no disruption in our service to you. All of our employees are fully equipped to work remotely. Our IT infrastructure is backed up and secured.
- We'll be prohibiting any visitors from entering our offices until further notice. This measure protects any employees that will be onsite.
- All of our phone lines will work as you are used to. We ask you to please leave a message to ensure all calls are returned.
Thank you for your understanding as we take these precautionary steps. If you have any concerns, please reach out to your SCS Account Executive. Additionally, keep checking this page as we will continue to update it.
Helping Our Long Island Families with Island Harvest
We are proud to announce that we have partnered with Island Harvest to collect donations in support of the Long Island community, with our mission of “families helping families” in mind. With just a $25 donation, meals for 3 to 4 days can be supplied to children, seniors, veterans, and families across Long Island! We invite you to join us in donating whatever you can, our community needs our help now more than ever.
Updates & Resources
As with any employer, roofing contractors must protect their employees from illnesses and injuries on the job. Implementing safeguards to protect employees from occupational risks (e.g., slips, trips and falls, struck-by injuries and hazardous chemicals) is essential to prevent potential incidents. This resource outlines common risks roofing contractors must address and offers helpful strategies to […]
Commercial truck drivers are critical to the country’s distribution and transport network. So, when drivers’ overall health and wellness suffer, everyone is potentially affected. This guide explores how truck drivers can stay healthy while on the road with a healthy diet, adequate sleep, exercise, sun protection measures, ergonomics and strategies for maintaining their mental health. […]
OSHA announced its preliminary list of the top 10 most frequently cited workplace safety standards for fiscal year 2022. Since OSHA’s fiscal year doesn’t end until Sept. 30—and this list was published prior to this date—the final results won’t be announced until the beginning of 2023. However, this preliminary list indicates the most violated […]
The sector had its best year in a decade in 2021, with a combined ratio under 100, a small net underwriting loss and strong premium growth, the company noted. Commercial auto insurers have also steadily cut underwriting expenses over the last 10 years, helping to improve results. DOWNLOAD
The Category 4 hurricane made landfall on Florida’s Gulf coast on Sept. 28, with wind speeds of up to 155 mph and a storm surge of at least 12 feet. Ian appears to be the deadliest storm in Florida since 1935, and initial estimates put insurance losses as high as $63 billion. DOWNLOAD
Compliance is one of the most complex burdens organizations face. HR professionals must be familiar with many employment laws, such as the Family and Medical Leave Act, the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act, the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act and the Immigration Reform and Control Act, as well as regulations and requirements for […]
The IRS has released Revenue Procedure 2022-38, which includes cost-of living adjustments for employee qualified transportation fringe benefits for the 2023 taxable year, along with annually adjusted numbers for 2023 for other tax provisions. The combined monthly limit for transportation in a commuter highway vehicle and a transit pass will increase to $300 in […]
Although organizations can’t prevent a recession from happening, they can take steps to limit its ramifications and maintain financial stability. This article provides more information regarding how a recession impacts small businesses and what these businesses can do to adequately prepare for an economic downturn. DOWNLOAD
After this training program, participants will understand the OSHA standards that apply to heavy equipment, different types of heavy equipment, common heavy equipment safety risks, operator responsibilities and hazard prevention methods. DOWNLOAD
According to the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB), vehicle thefts have risen dramatically in recent years. Nearly 100,000 vehicles were reported stolen in 2021—a 6% increase from 2020 and a 17% increase from 2019. Download this infographic to learn five ways to protect your vehicle from theft. DOWNLOAD
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