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Loss Control Services

Loss Control Services for Business Owners

Maintaining the health and safety of your employees and customers is critical to your success. Every seven seconds, a worker is injured on the job in the United States1 at an estimated cost of $225.8 billion annually to the nation’s economy2.

You can avoid being part of the statistic. Studies have shown that for every dollar invested in injury prevention, the return is between two and six dollars2. Working with Farm Bureau’s Loss Control Services Department can help you protect your business by identifying and evaluating risks in your operation and offering solutions to minimize those risks. Our Loss Control Services Department offers a full array of services to improve the safety of your business and workplace — all at no additional cost.

On-Site Risk Evaluation

At your request, a Farm Bureau Loss Control Professional can conduct an onsite visit to help you evaluate the safety of your operation and develop safety protocols to help prevent injuries to your employees and customers. Following our proactive review, we’ll provide you with a detailed report highlighting recommendations and steps for implementation.

Loss Prevention Resource Library

When you work with our Loss Control team, you’ll gain access to a library of educational materials on important safety topics for your industry. We can provide you with sample policies, fact sheets, checklists, safety tips and guides – everything you need to make implementation easy.

As a business owner, you know that the success of your business depends on your employees. In the resource library, you will have access to worker safety resources that will help you evaluate and manage your risks for workplace injury, including tips and tools to help injured workers return to work.

Keep your business running – we offer business continuity resources to help your business return to normal after a natural disaster or catastrophic loss.

Training Resources

No safety program is complete without proper training. We can provide training options and other resources on topics ranging from starting a safety program to workers compensation, back safety, slips, trips and falls, and more.

Consultative Support

We succeed when you succeed - we’re here to support you. We have Loss Control Professionals available to answer questions on risk issues – and they are available on your terms. You can email LCS@fbfs.com or call toll free (855) 266-2345, option 6.

Safety is everyone’s business. Enhancing the safety of your operation can not only protect your employees and customers form harm, but also support the profitability of your business and keep your insurance costs down. Your local Farm Bureau agent can help you design and customize a program that is right for your business.

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  1. 2018. National Safety Council.
  2. 2015. CDC Foundation.

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