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Identifying Hidden Risks for Reopening Businesses

Businesses reopening after the COVID-19 shutdowns are returning to a vastly different environment than what they were used to. Aside from the well-known risks such as health protocols to avoid the spread of disease, they will have to contend with other risks that may not be as obvious. Gary Pearce, Chief Risk Architect at Aclaimant, identified three categories of risk that businesses must be aware of as they begin operating again. The first category, he said, are less-evident sources of high-cost litigation, including litigation with the potential to become a class action.
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The Opportunity at Hand for Digital-First Insurance Vendors

There’s no shortage of businesses worldwide that are struggling to survive the coronavirus pandemic. But insurance organizations and vendors that fostered a digital-first business model before this year’s public health and economic crisis may now find themselves in a position for growth. Such are the aspirations at Aclaimant, the Chicago-based makers of an insight-driven workflow solution for safety and risk management that recently secured a fresh round of investor funding to scale up its business. Here, Aclaimant CEO and Co-Founder David Wald talks about how his company plans to engage insurance brokers, who are now under increased pressure to provide clients with innovative risk-mitigation data insights that ultimately drive down insurance costs.
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Identifying and Protecting the At-Risk Worker

Businesses planning for COVID-19-related reopenings must deal with numerous employee and workplace risk factors, as well as regulatory guidance that seems to evolve on a weekly, if not daily, basis. The stakes are higher than ever, and employers have no choice but to get it right the first time. Here are some ways to identify and protect the at-risk worker, as well as the general public and your own organization, while staying within legal and regulatory guidelines.
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Insurance Startup Aclaimant Raises $10M to Help Report Workplace Injuries

A Chicago startup making a platform for employers to report workplace injuries has raised a new round of funding to bring its software to more industries. Aclaimant, founded in 2013, announced Monday that it raised $10 million in a Series A round led by Mercury Fund. Other investors include Royal Street Ventures, EBSCO Capital, KEC Ventures, RRE Ventures and Aspen Capital Group. The financing brings Aclaimant’s total funding to nearly $13 million.
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Aclaimant Raises $10M to Grow Risk Management Platform

Aclaimant announced on Monday it raised $10 million in Series A funds. The Chicago insurance tech startup plans to invest the cash in developing new features, and growing its customer base. Ultimately, CEO David Wald said Aclaimant aims to digitize companies’ entire risk management processes.
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Aclaimant Raises $10 million in Series A Financing

CHICAGO, June 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Aclaimant, an insight-driven workflow platform for safety and risk management, today announced it has raised $10 million in Series A funding led by Mercury Fund. This brings the company's total funds raised to nearly $13 million, with a seed round of $2.9 million secured in 2017. Additional investors for the Series A financing include Royal Street Ventures, EBSCO Capital, KEC Ventures, RRE Ventures, and Aspen Capital Group.
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How to Reopen Businesses Safely with OSHA’s Conflicting Guidelines

As businesses reopen, employers need a roadmap on how to handle worker and customer safety as well as direction on the steps to take when an employee tests positive for COVID-19. Many employers are turning to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) for assistance on how to deal with cases of the coronavirus in the workplace, but the administration’s latest guidelines place full responsibility on the employer. OSHA has instructed employers to manage their own questioning of employees on how they contracted the virus and what types of activities they were engaged in both in and out of work. For many employers, accuracy and efficiency in reporting seem next to impossible. PropertyCasualty360 asked Gary Pearce, chief risk architect at Aclaimant and member of our 2020 Editorial Advisory Board, to provide insights on employers can navigate OSHA’s guidelines, including best practices when keeping track of workers who test positive with the virus. 
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Get Free Technology to Comply with OSHA’s COVID-19 Reporting Requirements

Aclaimant, a workflow technology provider for job safety and risk management, launched a new COVID-19 Response Module. The new module brings together Aclaimant's technology and mission to ensure a safe workplace with a platform of tools organizations can use to properly document COVID-19 related workplace incidents and provide best practices for prevention. Any US-based organization that signs up for Aclaimant's basic module by June 15, 2020, will get access for free through March 31, 2021.
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Aclaimant Launches COVID-19 Response Module

CHICAGO—Aclaimant has launched a COVID-19 Response Module. The new module brings together the company’s technology and mission to ensure a safe workplace with a platform designed to give organizations tools to document and respond to COVID-19-related workplace incidents and provide best practices for prevention. Access to Aclaimant’s basic module is offered for free through March 31, 2021, to any U.S.-based organization that signs up by June 15, 2020.
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