Key Risk Expands Focus on Human Services

first_img Pinterest WhatsApp By Digital AIM Web Support – February 3, 2021 Previous articlePlus Appoints Former Amazon Executive Chuck Joseph to Lead Strategic PartnershipsNext articleZoomInfo Launches ‘Targeted Audiences’ to Optimize Advertising Campaign Precision and Performance Digital AIM Web Support Twitter Pinterest Key Risk Expands Focus on Human Services TAGS  center_img GREENSBORO, N.C.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 3, 2021– Key Risk (a Berkley Company), a leading provider of workers compensation insurance products and services for employers throughout the United States, today announced the expansion of their service offerings to support Human Service providers on a national scale. Ashley Hough has been named Director, Human Services Practice. This national program will focus on industry leading workers compensation insurance solutions for non-profits and human service providers including, but not limited to, child services, substance abuse facilities, community-based programs, group homes, fitness/sports facilities and religious organizations. Ms. Hough joined Key Risk in 2015 and has continuously demonstrated a commitment to providing value to workers compensation programs for employers. She most recently served in an underwriting leadership role for our Atlantic Coast Region. Scott Holbrook, president of Key Risk, commented, “We are excited to establish a national focus for Human Service providers and expand on our commitment to exceeding the expectations of our regional clients. With over 10 years of experience supporting this industry, we are confident that the leadership and team we have established will continue to deliver on our commitment to Human Service employers nationwide.” For further information about workers compensation insurance programs, please contact Travis Moose at 470.539.5500 or [email protected] ABOUT KEY RISK: Key Risk (a Berkley Company) delivers innovative and responsive workers compensation solutions that provide clients the freedom to do what they do best. For more than 30 years, Key Risk has focused exclusively on workers compensation solutions for a variety of industries with operations based in the Eastern United States. Nationally, Key Risk offers specialty insurance solutions for employers in the industries of Human Services, Temporary Staffing, Professional Employers Organizations (PEO) and USL&H. Key Risk is a member company of W. R. Berkley Corporation, whose insurance company subsidiaries are rated A+ (Superior), Financial Size Category XV by A.M. Best Company and A+ (Strong), by S&P. For further information about Key Risk, please visit View source version on CONTACT: Stephanie Schmidt 336.605.7510 [email protected] KEYWORD: UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA NORTH CAROLINA INDUSTRY KEYWORD: PROFESSIONAL SERVICES INSURANCE HUMAN RESOURCES SOURCE: Key Risk Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/03/2021 09:00 AM/DISC: 02/03/2021 09:01 AM Local NewsBusiness Facebook WhatsApp Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

Canada, US are likely to extend travel restrictions until June 21

first_imgChad Wolf, acting US Department of Homeland Security secretary, said later on Wednesday that restrictions across the borders with Canada and Mexico would likely be extended.Speaking to reporters in San Diego, Wolf said officials from Canada and Mexico were willing to continue the measures “at least in the short term.”Separately, a Mexican government source said an extension for a limited period seemed likely.On Tuesday, the chief Canadian public health officer said the United States – where cases are increasing steadily – presented a risk. Canada and the United States appear likely to extend a ban on non-essential travel until June 21 amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, a Canadian government source and a top US official said on Wednesday.The two neighbors had agreed on April 18 to extend border restrictions until May 21 as cases of the disease continued to rise in both nations. Canada is now pressing for the measures to remain for another month.”It’s too early to lift the restrictions, so we’re working toward an extension,” said one Canadian government source, describing the talks with Washington as positive. News of the request for a 30-day extension was first reported by Canada’s Globe and Mail newspaper.The agreement allows the flow of goods across a border that stretches 5,525 miles (8,891 km) and is a crossing point for one of the world’s largest bilateral trading relationships.The United States takes 75% of all Canadian goods exports.Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said talks about the border “are going well and we’re confident about being able to continue to keep Canadians safe.”The total Canadian death toll edged up by just over 3% to 5,209 from 5,049 on Tuesday, official data showed on Wednesday. The data are another sign the outbreak in Canada is slowing whereas the situation in parts of the United States is more challenging.The Canadian provinces of Ontario and Quebec neighbor the state of New York, a US epicenter of the disease. Canadian officials have been repeatedly pressed about the potential risk posed by arriving truck drivers.Theresa Tam, Canada’s chief public health officer, said on Tuesday the coronavirus “could take off rapidly” unless extreme caution was exercised about relaxing the ban.”The United States being one country that still has cases and is still trying to manage outbreaks … presents a risk to Canada from that perspective.” center_img Topics :last_img read more