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mitigate risk

We have the risk control tools and resources to help your business mitigate risk. FCCI's Blueprint for Safety® is one convenient, online risk management tool that helps you discover ways to reduce losses, preserve assets and protect your workforce.

FCCI risk management resources include:

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Safety Training Video Library

FCCI's Safety Training Video Library offers more than 700 streaming videos on safety and compliance topics. This library is another valuable resource our policyholders can use as part of their overall risk management plan at no additional cost. For additional questions or technical support for FCCI's Training Video Library, please contact your Risk Control Consultant or email our Risk Control Helpline at RiskControlHELPLINE@fcci-group.com.


The video library provides:

  • Easy self-registration process
  • Unlimited video views
  • A large selection of high quality videos
  • Fresh content
  • Videos in Spanish
  • Downloadable quizzes

Training topics include:

  • General Safety
  • Office Safety
  • Personal Protection Videos
  • AG Safety
  • Forklifts & Material Handling
  • Restaurant Safety

Risk Podcast Series

Listen to host Brian Harris, Director of Risk Control, and Ralph Hines, Risk Control Specialist, as they discuss all things risk. Topics include workplace safety, hazard mitigation, insurance tech, industry insights and more.

Vendor Alliance Program

We put our policyholders in touch with partners that can help strengthen workplace safety programs and reduce the risks workers face every day. With significant discounts on programs like telematics and MVR monitoring, programs to monitor and reduce cell phone usage for drivers, and providers of protective footwear and clothing, our Vendor Alliance partners can be life savers!

Learn more about the FCCI Vendor Alliance Program
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Working Near Traffic

Every year, between 600 and 700 worker fatalities are reported in work zone areas. Employers must take measures to protect workers from vehicular traffic and to control traffic within a work area. We've put together a short list of some best practices that help mitigate the risks for employees in these environments.

Key Engineering Controls and Work Practices:

  • Develop and use a site plan that provides traffic flow details
  • Do not drive in reverse gear with an obstructed rear view, unless the vehicle has an audible alarm or a signaler is used
  • Ensure spotters/heavy equipment operators share communication equipment or agree on and use appropriate hand signals
  • Provide barricades around excavations and structures, such as debris reduction observation towers

General Personal Protective Equipment:

  • Hard hat for overhead impact or electrical hazards
  • Eye protection with side shields
  • Gloves chosen for the job hazards expected
  • ANSI-approved protective footwear
  • ANSI high-visibility safety apparel

Distracted Driving

Engaging in activities that take your focus away from the primary task of driving can endanger you, passengers, and bystanders. 

Distracted driving is on the rise, with texting while driving being a major contributor. Texting while driving is especially dangerous because it causes you to take your hands off the wheel and your eyes (and mind) off the road. On average, your eyes are off the road for 4.5 seconds to read or send a text. At 55 mph, that's the equivalent of driving the length of a football field blindfolded. 

Driver Awareness and Safety Training includes additional resources and information on how to help combat distracted driving.


I wanted to take a moment to show my sincere appreciation for your diligence in training our entire company in the recent defensive driver class. I appreciate the time you spent with us, and it is very obvious that you have a passion for saving lives. There were numerous comments from our employees that saw these same characteristics as I do. We appreciate the representation of FCCI on our behalf."
Chief Operating Officer, construction industry policyholder Jacksonville, FL

Fleet Safety Best Practices

The importance of hiring and training safe drivers and maintaining vehicles helps save lives and avoid accidents. If you or one of your employees use an automobile for company business and have an accident, your company could be liable for the costs, regardless of who owns the vehicle. Implementing fleet safety best practices and having the proper insurance coverage is extremely important.

Benefits of a formal fleet safety program include:

  • Lower insurance premiums
  • Compliance with DOT, OSHA and state motor carrier regulations
  • Reduction of costs associated with damaged cargo
  • Increased customer satisfaction
  • Higher employee morale

Best practices can improve business safety:

  • Driver screening: Review motor vehicle records 
  • Driver training: Investing in drivers pays dividends
  • Driver supervision: Helps put training into action 
  • Driver policies: Discourage distracted driving habits
  • Maintenance & Inspection Program
  • Accident Investigation

Fleet Safety Programs

Whether your company uses a single vehicle or an entire fleet, you need a fleet safety program. Fleet safety programs help companies communicate procedures designed to promote the safety and well-being of employees by reducing injuries and expenses that result from accidents. We want to help you manage and mitigate those risks.

Automobile crash severity is on the rise across the nation, a factor that could cause rate increases. Now more than ever, we're here to help you focus on fleet safety.

Learn more about auto and fleet coverage

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