Other states claim data download now available on texasmutual.com

iStock-484100324[1].jpgWhen it comes to determining what type of safety training your employees need, a little information can go a long way. From understanding the most common risks for your industry to knowing exactly where things are going wrong on the job, having this type of insight can help keep workers safe.

Now, Texas Mutual is making it even simpler for policyholders with other states coverage to get valuable information about their claims by downloading data as an Excel file in the same way that Texas data has been available. This can reveal trends, such as employee knowledge gaps, unsafe practices, new employees lacking adequate training or a specific time of day injuries occur. With this information you can put safety training in place that will make a difference.

The other states data shows all the claims that have been filed outside of Texas and provides specific information about each claim, including the injured worker’s occupation, location of injury, date and time of the injury, description of the incident, date of hire, and more. Texas data is available in a similar format and provide the same great benefits that the new other states data download provides. These reports can be extensive depending on the business size, but having the data in an Excel files gives you the ability to sort and filter data in a way that best fits your needs and helps provide more targeted training. By focusing your training on key areas that have historically been an issue, you have the power to lower your e-mod, keep your workers’ comp costs down, and most importantly, keep your employees safe.

At Texas Mutual, we work hard to give you the tools and resources you need to keep employees safe. That’s why we’ve made it easy for you to access loss data, loss runs and other insightful reports by simply logging in to texasmutual.com. When you’re ready to review claims history for your Texas or out-of-state operations, visit our website and click on Loss Runs & Claims to access your data.

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