Loss Control and Prevention Services
With the day-to-day demands of running your small business, having a plan for dealing with things like fires, electrical surges, burglary, lawsuits or injuries can make all the difference. We're here to connect you with the right tools to help you identify and prevent some of the most common causes of business losses, which may help save your business time and money.
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Loss Prevention Tools
Protecting Your Business Guide
Learn how to protect your business from common loss causes like injury, water, fire, crime, disaster and more.Download the business loss control guide
Employee Safety Program Guide
This comprehensive guide can help you develop a loss control and employee safety program for your business.Download the employee safety program
Residential Properties Loss Control Guide
Learn how to control losses for apartments, condominiums, cooperatives, homeowners associations and other multi-family housing.Download the residential properties guide
Use this checklist to periodically check your property or place of business for potential hazards that may need attention.Download the property checklist
Accident Investigation Report
If an accident occurs, this Accident Investigation Report can be used to document the details right away.Download the accident report
Add local contact information to this Miscellaneous Information form to help you or your employees respond to injuries or incidents.Download the form
Safety Resource Library
State Farm® is working with Safety.BLR to support your efforts in improving workplace safety. BLR’s Training & Compliance website contains hundreds of customizable and downloadable resources and tools to help business owners with safety training and compliance*. As a business owner with a current State Farm policy, you are eligible for free access to these resources.
If you are interested in learning more, please contact our Business Lines Loss Control unit toll-free at (844) 892-8286, or email us.
Preventive Maintenance and Emergency Planning for Your Business
Would your business be prepared to handle the potential risk of a natural disaster - such as a hurricane, tornado, flood, wildfire, or earthquake – or even a man-made disaster, like 9/11/2001?
The Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety has developed a free, comprehensive business continuity toolkit to help you get started. Open For Business-EZ is designed to help even the smallest businesses focus on planning for any type of business interruption, so they can quickly re-open and resume operations following a disaster.
Below are some free resources to help you develop a plan for disaster protection and recovery, to better withstand the consequences of a business interruption.Hurricanes, Before and After
Hurricane Disaster Preparedness
Pre-emergency plan and Recovery
Equipment Operation and Efficiency: Small Business Operations
Business Protection Lessons Learned 25 Years After Hurricane Andrew
Winter Weather Guidance and Preparation
With winter quickly approaching, make sure your business is prepared for the impacts of snow, ice, and freezing temperatures. Being proactive will help you respond to the severe weather effects on your building, business personal property and vehicles, equipment, and the safety of your employees and customers. Below are some free resources to help you:Preparing for the Impacts of the Flu in Your Workplace
Commercial Winter-Weather Guidance and Preparation
Winter Driving Tips
Free Loss Control Services and Resources
In addition to resources available from State Farm, several state agencies offer free loss control and accident prevention services to employers in their state. To help make them easy to find, we've connected state-specific resources here. Only states with agencies offering free resources are listed.
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If you are interested in learning more about these free resources, or would like to request free loss control services for your State Farm insured business, please contact our Business Lines Loss Control unit toll-free at (844) 892-8286, or email us.
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The information provided herein was obtained through various sources. While we believe it to be reliable and accurate, we do not warrant the accuracy or reliability of the information. These suggestions are not a complete list of every loss control measure. The information is not intended to replace manuals or instructions provided by the manufacturer or the advice of a qualified professional. Nor is it intended to effect coverage under any policy. State Farm makes no guarantees of results from use of this information. We assume no liability in connection with the information nor the suggestions made.
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