Thursday, June 3, 2021

National Roofing Week

 #NationalRoofingWeek promotes the importance of hiring professionals and making informed decisions about maintaining or replacing your roof.

Thursday, April 22, 2021

Here's How to Choose the Best Insurance for Your Small Business

Tuesday, January 5, 2021

Most Common Workplace Injuries 2020


As we start 2021, it’s a great time to review how to make your workplace safer. Your organization can start by focusing on systems and processes that have the greatest potential to cause injury as well as being aware of the most common injury types. Below are WCF's most frequently reported injury types of 2020. (Click accident type for prevention guides.)

Nature of Injury:
Misc. (12%)
Burn (3%)

At Main Street Insurance we want to work with you to help improve your workplace so injuries don't happen as often. Please give us a call at 435-674-2221.

Thursday, October 8, 2020

Fire Safety for Kids

Here is a great article to read about how to teach your kids to prevent a fire and to survive a fire. Hopefully this will never be needed but it is good information to teach kids before it is needed.

Tuesday, October 6, 2020

Fire Prevention Week

Fires may be more common than you think. On this National Fire Prevention Week, we would like to thank all the firefighters for their bravery & service.

Does your family know what to do in case of a fire? Be sure with
this fire safety checklist.

Monday, March 2, 2020

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information and Resources from Trusted and Reliable Sources

What are the risks of the novel coronavirus (CPVOD-19) impacting your employees and your business? Stay informed with the following trusted and reliable sources for up-to-date guidance and information:
  • The Department of Public Health for your state will provide information specific to your area. Find a link to your state’s public health website here.
  • The Rocky Mountain Center for Occupational and Environmental Health (RMCOEH) at the University of Utah provides support for the western region and is offering a free online course for employers to stay informed and prepare in the event the virus spreads. Register through their website here.
  • At a national level, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) provides guidance for employers on prevention and mitigation as well as helpful information for employers on their website.
Is illness due to exposure to the COVID-19 virus In the workplace covered by workers’ compensation?
Determining coverage for communicable diseases under workers’ compensation requires a complex analysis of how the governing state law applies to the specific facts of each case.