Original Air Date: Dec. 5, 2017

Webinar Summary

Janitorial and housekeeping activities present a high injury potential. The work is physical in nature, there is potential exposure to extreme temperatures and inclement weather, and tasks are often performed independently during off-hours. Join Chubb Risk Engineering for practical advice that will help reduce the risks associated with functions performed by janitors, custodians and housekeepers – including trash handling, bathroom cleaning, recycling, laundry operations, mopping and vacuuming.

This presentation will highlight procedures that can be used to identify and evaluate MSD (Musculoskeletal Disorder) exposures and provide best practices to minimize risk factors, ultimately leading to:

  • Reduced lost work-time illnesses and injuries
  • Reduced workers compensation costs
  • Reduced training/retraining costs
  • Increased levels of productivity, efficiency and quality
  • Improved comfort of employees through proper equipment use
  • Reduced long-term equipment costs by incorporating ergonomics specifications into purchasing
  • Increased employee morale by providing a safer and healthier work environment


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This webinar is designed for Agents, Brokers, Clients and Risk Managers.


Annmarie Feely Jones
Chubb Senior Real Estate and Risk Management Specialist

Manuel Samudio
Real Estate & Risk Management Specialist, Major Accounts


One hour

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