3CU Provides OSHA 10 Hour Construction Training For Free To Its Customers

Lansing, Mich. — Third Coast Underwriters (3CU), a workers’ compensation insurance specialist based in Chicago, recently provided an OSHA 10 Hour Construction Training course free of charge to customers. Twenty-nine people enrolled for the OSHA 10 Hour program, a comprehensive safety course designed for construction workers, foremen, job supervisors and those involved in the construction industry with responsibility for safety on the job.

Topics covered during the day-and-a-half of training included: fall protection; personal protective and lifesaving equipment; materials handling, storage, usage and disposal; hand and power tools; scaffolds; excavations; and stairways and ladders. Presenters were 3CU Loss Control experts, including Midwest Regional Loss Control Manager Dave Brandolino and Senior Loss Control Consultants Tom Frey and Mike Hayes, as well as representatives from Honeywell, Optimum Safety and T/C Risk Management Services.

“When businesses choose 3CU as their workers’ compensation carrier, we promise to provide the tools and resources their employees need to create safer workplaces,” said Scott Babcock, vice president of Customer Operations and Loss Control for 3CU. “Investing in our customers by providing this training allows us to help them create a safety culture at their workplaces while delivering the claims and loss control outcomes they seek. We look forward to providing more of this training in the future.”

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About Third Coast Underwriters
Third Coast Underwriters specializes in workers’ compensation and is dedicated to understanding and actively managing complex workers’ compensation risk with an unwavering attention to service. We serve customers with a minimum premium of $150,000 and a focus on Midwest, Gulf and select Southeastern states. Third Coast Underwriters is a division of Accident Fund Holdings, Inc., and its subsidiaries. All policies are underwritten by a licensed insurer subsidiary of Accident Fund Holdings.

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