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Nature Centers Insurance

Protect the connection between people and nature.

Have peace-of-mind about being protected so you can focus on your mission.

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Your nature organization is unique.

From board issues, to special events, to venomous snakes on your trails, we understand. Our program extends beyond coverage by offering a safety path to follow, including leadership trainings, staff continuing education, and safety resources. We help you protect nature, people, your property, your finances and your reputation.

Some of the typical insurances we recommend.

  • Directors & Officers: Your organization and individual board members can be sued for the decisions you make.
  • Employment Practices: If you have employees, volunteers, vendors, or participants this coverage provides protection from lawsuits regarding harassment, discrimination, negligent hiring & firing, and more.
  • Property & Inland Marine: In the event of fires, windstorms, and more, this coverage provides protection for your buildings, contents, exhibits and equipment.
  • Liability: Your programs, premises, the things that you do, and the people you serve.
  • Auto: To protect you when you own vehicles, rent vehicles, or have staff or volunteers that drive vehicles on your behalf.
  • Workers Compensation: Required coverage for workplace injuries causing medical expenses and lost wages.
  • Umbrella Excess Liability: Additional liability protection to increase coverage limits over liability, auto and more.
  • Watercraft: To protect your hull, equipment, and crew.
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Is a business insurance review worth my time?

Fundraising statistics state that it costs fifty cents to raise one dollar. An organized review can take just a couple of hours from start to finish and can save your organization hundreds or thousands of dollars, based on the size of your operations. But the return on investment doesn’t stop there. Reach out to the expert team at Marshall & Sterling to learn more about how we can help and go beyond just insurance.

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Loss Control & Risk Management
OSHA Turns Up the Heat on Enforcement With New Heat Hazard Emphasis Program

On April 8, 2022, OSHA launched its National Emphasis Program (NEP) to protect workers from heat related hazards in indoor and outdoor workplaces. Through the program, OSHA will conduct workplace inspections aimed at identifying heat related hazards before workers suffer preventable injuries, illnesses or fatalities.

Summer Precautions for Outdoor Workers

Prevention of heat stress in workers is important. Employers should provide training to workers so they understand what heat stress is, how it affects their health and safety, and how it can be prevented. If you’re an outdoor worker, it is important to take precautions against exposure to sun, heat and bug bites during the summer months. 

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Don't Let Unpredictable Summer Weather Affect Your Business

Summer is known to be the season of fun in the sun – but it also brings the threat of dangerous storms. Summer weather can become extreme with thunderstorms, hurricanes, tornados, and the threat of flooding on top of it all. Don’t get caught unprepared in an emergency.