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Sold on Safety Success Stories

Companies that live and breathe safety realize dramatic reductions in employee injuries and loss costs. They know that "safety pays." The savings mean that they won’t need to increase production just to "catch up" to cover expenses associated with injuries and loss time. "Safety pays" is made possible by the front end "defense" and the back end "offense." On the front end, an effective safety management program and improvement process (SIP) helps to mitigate losses from happening in the first place. On the back end – in the event an accident does happen – injured workers continue to work through post-injury management (PIM) programs. Watch the videos and read some "$old on $afety" success stories.

See how these companies became Sold on Safety.

With three customers involved in a complex and risky construction project in downtown Ithaca, NY, an experienced construction broker brought in Travelers construction risk control professionals to help avoid damage to nearby structures. Watch the video »

Travelers loss prevention and claim management expertise helps a growing Arizona municipality avoid accidents, get injured workers back on the job faster, and reduce their overall cost of loss. Watch the video »

Travelers loss prevention and claim management expertise helps a large West Virginia school district avoid workplace injuries, get injured workers back on the job sooner, and reduce their overall cost of loss. Watch the video »

After working with Travelers to adopt a fleet telematics system, a New York manufacturer saw a decrease in accidents, claim costs and lost time – and their executives can rest easy knowing they're helping keep their drivers safe. Watch the video »

Travelers loss prevention and claim management resources help a satellite technology manufacturer develop a world-class safety program to increase production and reduce injuries and overall cost of loss. Watch the video »

Travelers loss prevention and claim management resources help a unique construction company implement a best-in-class safety program to protect their employees. Watch the video »

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