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
With the enormous amount of sensitive information stored digitally, companies need to take the proper measures to ensure this data is never compromised. Ultimately, it is the responsibility of business owners to protect their clients’ data.
With trips that last from a few days to weeks at a time, the average truck driver spends a considerable amount of time away from home. While each driver deals with it in his or her own way, for many, bringing loved ones along for the occasional trip may seem like the perfect idea. Unfortunately, these passengers can bring substantial liability.
This month’s newsletter offers guidance on purchasing medication online, avoiding staged auto accident fraud and green living tips for your home.
This guide is designed to provide motor carriers and drivers with an introduction to the concepts of preventability analysis and accident countermeasures as determined by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). Determining preventability and the countermeasure case studies are guidelines and discussion tools to help carriers and drivers look at their unique operations and practices with an eye to identifying opportunities to make safety improvements.
Use this article to learn about cyber attacks that are disguised as messages from colleagues or business partners.
This document provides an overview of the COVID-19 vaccines and addresses frequently asked questions by employers. Information comes primarily from the CDC and may be updated over time.
No one ever plans to have their car break down, but you can plan ahead to deal with it safely. Read on to learn about some helpful hints to help you remain safe and injury-free should you get stuck on the road. If you have an accident or car trouble, you should be aware of the safety measures to take.
Employees can use all different types of equipment to unload product from dry vans or box trucks. Some employers equip their trucks with lift gates, while others use a ramp and a cart to unload product. All methods pose particular safety risks, so safety awareness and training for employees is essential. This Risk Insights resource highlights safety considerations to make when using a ramp for unloading product.
In this month’s Commercial Risk Advisor newsletter, you’ll learn about a more proactive approach toward COVID-19 protection and workers’ compensation premium audit tips.
If and when you get hacked, it’s easy to think cyber criminals used some high-tech program or code to gain access to your accounts. The truth is, however, that data breaches aren’t always this sophisticated, and all malicious parties need is a little trial and error to steal your personally identifiable information. This tactic is known as credential stuffing, and it’s becoming a common tool for cyber criminals of all kinds.
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