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22nd May 2019

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Small Business Resources

Whether you’re looking for safety training tools or searching for an answer to a pressing compliance question, we’ve listed the resources to support your loss control, claims management, safety and compliance efforts. You also have access to employee communications, workplace policies and industry-specific risk management tools will protect businesses and increase your bottom line.


State-Specific Regulatory Information

Navigate the complex legislative and regulatory environment on the state and local level with state-specific resources.

State & Federal
Safety Guides

Download OSHA and state-specific safety regulations, as well as a comprehensive federal guide.

Workers’ Compensation

Leverage our up-to-date library of state workers’ compensation statutes with benefit rates for employers in each state.

Workplace Poster

Stay compliant with federal and state-specific required workplace posters.

Frequently Cited
OSHA Standards

Stay OSHA-compliant with the top-cited standards for over 60 specific industries.

OSHA Training

Stay compliant with our customizable training packets. Each includes a presentation, instructor’s notes, employee handout and quiz and meeting sign-in log.


Make sense of Department of Transportation regulations using easy-to-understand checklists.


Cut administrative time and ensure compliance, even as regulations demand increased recordkeeping.

Fleet Safety
Reference Materials

Save on commercial auto premiums and protect your fleets with these workplace policies.

Education Materials

Coverage Insights

This series provides plain-language explanations of coverage and risk transfer options to help small businesses understand your coverage options.

Risk Insights

Understand the need for risk management and insurance coverage with hundreds of industry-specific and general articles highlighting exposures.

Continuity Planning

Content to help your business from initial planning through implementation of a business continuity plan.

Loss Control

Implement best practices for accident and injury prevention with documents, presentations and videos tailored to both employers and employees.

Claims Cost Containment

Resources to help employers minimize their costs in the event of a claim.

Coverage Checklists

Brier Grieves has several checklists that can walk you through common concerns, such as equipment maintenance, fire safety and first aid.

Workers’ Compensation Resources

Keep your workers’ compensation costs low with resources that help you learn about cost-management strategies, establish a return to work program and address state-specific compliance requirements.

Management Liabilities

This series discusses important topics that affect managers and directors, such as employee termination, responding to employment practices liability claims and corporate recordkeeping.

Cyber Liability

Walk through complicated topics like spear phishing and ransomware, and include important risk management and insurance policy considerations.

Employee Communications

Playing It Safe Flyers

Be ready for any of your safety concerns with our Playing it Safe flyers.

Target On Safety Articles

These in-depth articles can help you keep your workforce safe and productive.

Safety Matters “Toolbox Talks”

Each one of the Safety Matters documents can start a conversation on important workplace safety topics and reduce the chance of a costly injury.

Safety Manuals

These safety documents contain all of the workplace safety materials your business needs. Brier Grieves has industry-specific manuals that include employee responsibilities, workplace policies, OSHA compliance programs and more.

Safety Policies

Manage your employees with workplace safety policies found in our resource library. Each policy also includes a customized employee acknowledgment form in order to help your business reduce your own liability.

Need another kind of insurance? See other types of available coverage.

Four steps to buy business insurance

  1. Assess your risks. Think about what kind of accidents, natural disasters, or lawsuits could damage your business. If you need help, the National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB) provides information for choosing insurance to help you assess your risks and to make sure you’ve insured every aspect of your business.
  2. Find a reputable licensed agent. Commercial insurance agents can help you find policies that match your business needs. Brier Grieves Agency was recognized as Agency of the Year by Nationwide Insurance and is a Trusted Choice Agency.
  3. Shop around. Prices and benefits can vary significantly. Brier Grieves will help you compare rates, terms, and benefits for insurance offers from several different coverage providers.
  4. Re-assess every year. As your business grows, so do your liabilities. If you have purchased or replaced equipment or expanded operations, you should contact us to discuss changes in your business and how they affect your coverage.

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