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Unique insured: "Take the Stage" sculpture
Are you following the VMLIP blog? You can follow us via RSS feed or sign-up to receive new post alerts by e-mail. A recent post featured the City of Bristol's "Take the Stage" sculpture.
The sculpture was unveiled last summer as part of Bristol’s heritage and in celebration of the opening of the Birthplace of Country Music Museum.The piece features two life-size bronze musicians gathered around a microphone. It was commissioned by Bristol sculptor Val Lyle and made possible by support from the Marcia and Marvin Gilliam, Jr. Foundation dedicated to the arts. Lean more here.
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NT24 Accident Reports designed to reduce call times and prevent mistakes
The Nurse Triage 24 (NT24) program, provided by Coventry Workers’ Compensation Service, has introduced a solution to prevent data entry errors, typographical errors, and misspellings related to employee information.
The new Employee Demographics spreadsheet, available on the VMLIP website, allows members to submit via a secure FTP connection employees’ demographic information to be downloaded securely into Coventry’s electronic system. This will allow Coventry to retrieve correct information quickly when an injured employee contacts NT24. Learn more here.
Prevent slips, trips and falls in the workplace
VMLIP has a variety of resources to assist you in preventing slips, trips, and falls in the workplace. These include bulletins, VMLIP Online University courses, videos and more. Check them out today!