Preventing Accidents

Texas Mutual Insurance Company is on a mission to make Texas a safer, more productive place to work. A solid workplace safety program can help employers:

  • Protect your employees' well-being
  • Lower your workers' compensation costs
  • Reduce the costs associated with
    workplace accidents
  • Maintain productivity by keeping experienced
    workers on the job
  • Potentially earn dividends

Texas Mutual offers free resources to help you launch a workplace safety program or improve an existing program.

New resources

Missed one of our monthly webinars?
Texas Mutual hosts free workplace safety webinars the first Friday of every month. Our professionals teach employers how to identify workplace hazards, investigate accidents, prepare for OSHA inspections, and break down the silos between health and safety. If you missed one of our webinars, you can still access the recording and presentation....MORE

Steer clear of motor vehicle accidents
Motor vehicle accidents cause 40 percent of workplace fatalities. These training modules help employers promote safe-driving habits among their employees....MORE

Work Safe, Texas website
Employers, workers, insurance agents and other interested stakeholders can get a sample of the free safety materials available exclusively to our policyholders by visiting worksafetexas.com. The site includes quick safety tips on a range of topics, downloadable safety posters, a video on the consequences of distracted driving and much more...MORE

Give Safety a Hand
Traffic accidents are consistently the leading causes of workplace fatalities. Texas Mutual's "Give Safety a Hand" campaign provides free resources that address the core causes of these accidents...MORE

Making the Oil Patch a Safer Place to Work
From motor vehicle accidents to silica exposure, workers in the burgeoning Texas oil and gas industry face unique workplace hazards. Texas Mutual is committed to keeping those workers safe and on the job. Our oil and gas safety website offers free safety resources and spotlights on Texas employers who are eager to share their best practices...MORE

Tire Blowouts More Common in the Summer
There are nearly 11,000 tire-related crashes each year, and almost 200 people die in those crashes. Learn how to protect your employees by keeping your vehicles in safe operating condition...MORE

Discounted OSHA training

Texas Mutual partners with 360 Training to offer policyholders access to online Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) training at a
deeply discounted price.

Free workshops

If you prefer face-to-face over cyberspace, come to a free workers' compensation workshop. If you live in the Midland, Kilgore or Texas City areas, take advantage of classes offered through our risk management partnerships with local colleges.

Free return-to-work tools

Getting injured workers well and back on the job is crucial to effective claim management. We encourage employers to download a free Return-to-Work Kit.

Join us on social media

Our blog at texasmutual.wordpress.com is home to hundreds of short, easy-to-read articles about workplace safety and claim management. We also encourage you to follow us on Twitter @TexasMutual for frequent updates on these topics.

Questions?

If you have questions about workplace safety, call our safety services support center at 844-WORKSAFE (967-5723) or email safety@texasmutual.com.


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