Risk Management Services (RMS)
Reducing the Risk of Child Sexual Abuse
Fire Safety Tips for the Holidays
Preventing Slips, Trips, and Falls
Preventing Pipe Freeze and Water Damage
Preventing Residential Fires
Cybersecurity Considerations for Boards of Directors
Six Steps for Healthcare Organizations to Manage Cyber Risk
Three Steps for Organizations to Protect Credit Card Data
Protecting Your Organization from Ransomware
The Danger of Left Turns
Something Needs to be Done About Youth Suicide
Hurricane Preparedness Tips for Businesses
Brush and Wildfire Prevention
Ack! We've been hacked!
Road Safety with Motorcycles
Philadelphia Insurance Companies (PHLY) is familiar with your organization's unique risk management needs, and we will work closely with you to create superior risk management solutions to help your business achieve measurable results.
Log in to MyPHLY to gain full access to our Risk Management resources. If you do not already have a MyPHLY ID, go here to register and gain access to your policy information, online bill pay, and our Risk Management resources.
Benefits of the Program
- Loss reduction: improved loss ratio performance
- Benchmarked approach to quantify risk management
- Enhanced customized service: full availability to our innovative loss control resources with specialized service capabilities. Annual stewardship meetings conducted prior to renewal
- Loss trend analysis: automated proprietary loss trend analysis capabilities
- A plethora of resources
Distracted Driver Training
PHLY offers an online, 20-minute distracted driver training course to help educate people about being safer behind the wheel. This training is available to all PHLY customers in our MyPHLY Risk Management Services section under 'Training' or click here.
Distracted Driving Bulletin: Keeping Yourself and Others Safe
According to the National Safety Council, motor vehicle deaths in the United States rose to 40,200 in 2016, the third annual increase in a row, while cellphone ownership for US adults rose from 89 percent in 2013 to 95 percent in 2016 (Pew Research Center). PHLY believes these two trends are related and that cellphone-related distracted driving has become a serious public safety concern. Go here to learn what you can do to help keep yourself and others safe from the dangers of distracted driving.
When preparing for a possible storm, don't be led into a false sense of security. Use these checklists to minimize your facilities exposures. Instituting the following precautions before, during, and after a severe windstorm, tornado, or hurricane can help mitigate the severity of the loss as well as enhance the overall safety of the facility.