Posts by Frank Giachini

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  1. National Insurance Awareness Day

    Since June 28th has been coined National Insurance Awareness Day, each year, this holiday serves as a reminder to review your current insurance coverage. It is the perfect time to evaluate your coverage and make any necessary adjustments to establish a peace of mind and a secure future. Ensure your family or your business still […]

  2. Choosing Resiliency in Times of Uncertainty

    “Psychologists define resilience as the process of adapting well in the face of adversity, trauma, tragedy, threats, or significant sources of stress — such as family and relationship problems, serious health problems, or workplace and financial stressors. As much as resilience involves ‘bouncing back’ from these difficult experiences, it can also involve profound personal growth.” […]

  3. Is Your Business Covered for Pandemics Like Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Covid-19)?

    There’s justifiably a lot of fear and concern swirling around the news of a fast-spreading contagion—COVID-19, also commonly referred to as Coronavirus. Not only can this new contagion purportedly have a long incubation period without symptoms, there are still unknowns related to means of transmission and a lack of reliable data as to infection rates […]

  4. 14 Steps to Avoid Winter Damage to Your Home

    With the holidays behind us, we’re officially in the snowy season of winter. When a snow storm hits, we’re all concerned about the roads and travelling, but the condition of our roof, gutters, and pipes are not top-of-mind. However, each year, winter weather causes frozen and burst pipes, ice dams, power outages and other damages […]

  5. Are Volunteers Covered Under Workers Compensation or Liability Policy?

    Volunteers are an incredible asset to countless organizations and businesses, from schools and non-profits to eldercare centers and hospitals. According to the latest study by the Corporation for National and Community Service, about 77.34 million people volunteered through an organization last year. The cost-savings of using volunteers are substantial, adding up to an estimated value […]

  6. PSA is Celebrating New Achievements and Honoring Past Legacies

    PSA is proud to recognize Sr. Benefits Analyst, Process Lead Flora Wang, ASA, GBDS as the first recipient of the Craig Routson Memorial Recognition Award for Advanced Studies in Insurance. An award of $2,500 is made to any PSA employee who receives advanced designations in insurance, including Associate of the Society of Actuaries (ASA), The […]

  7. It Can Happen to You: Why Workplace Violence Insurance is the “New Normal”

    The Capital Gazette, Sandy Hook, Las Vegas, the Colorado Cinemark—active shooting incidents are becoming more frequent every year. In 2017 alone there were 346 mass shootings in the United States, compared to 270 in 2014. And as of July 31 of this year, we’ve had 202 incidents.

  8. Active Shooter Policy: Are Your Healthcare Employees Prepared?

    Chances are, your healthcare facility probably has some sort of policy in place that would apply in the event of a violent situation in your workplace, such as an active shooter. Your active shooter policy might specify a code word or alert that you say over the intercom, or perhaps you have an evacuation or […]

  9. A Day In The Life of a PSA Intern

    This year, we have officially kicked off a summer internship program for the future generation of insurance professionals, which we’ve featured in an earlier post Growing Your Next Insurance Partner.