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COVID-19 Resource Center

We have received many questions related to insurance coverage, service continuity, and what to do if your organization is exposed to coronavirus. JKJ is monitoring the situation and have activated business continuity plans to remain positioned to assist you.

Many clients are seeking counsel on how their insurance policies will respond to COVID-19 related claims. We are prepared to answer your questions as each coverage and policy is unique. We are encouraging you to notify us of a potential claim, document what is occurring and we will work with you and the insurance carrier to identify potential coverage. Please reach out to us by email or telephone to discuss issues and concerns.

Health and Safety Resources for Businesses and Employers

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Included on this site is Interim Guidance for Businesses and Employers, Travel Guidelines, Frequently Asked Questions, and much more.

To access the site, click here.

Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)

As part of the United States Department of Labor, OSHA helps to ensure safe and healthful working conditions. They have provided resources for employers regarding COVID-19 with easy access through their homepage.

To access the site, click here.

Resources for Healthcare Facilities

Long-term care, hospitals and other medical facilities are a source of support and risk at times like these, with their staff on the front line. Here is a consolidation of the resources from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to help you plan and respond. Additional guidance is provided at each of the links below:

Practice Good Cyber Hygiene

Be aware of clickbait! Criminals are distributing clickbait emails about the coronavirus masking malware designed to infect your systems. Urge your employees to use extra caution before clicking an email containing any links or attachments. For remote workers, take action to ensure safe authenticating to the corporate network using Virtual Private Networks and Multi-Factor authentication wherever possible.

Webinars and Podcasts

Past Webinars/Podcasts

COVID-19 Coffee Talk: Return to Work Preparation (Recorded Friday, May 1, 2020): Digest the perspective of JKJ, an insurance brokerage firm’s, risk engineers: Michael Weaverling, John Kiefner, and Cullen Wise, round table ideas on what employers should be evaluating and considering as they return employees to their offices and facilities.
To watch the video, click here.

JKJ Presents…COVID-19 Clinical and Wellness “Coffee Talk” with Dr. Randy Robinson (Recorded Wednesday, April 1, 2020 at  09:00 AM EST – 10:00 AM EST): Dr. Randy Robinson, Chief Medical Officer at R-Health, lead an informal discussion on the clinical issues that employers are facing in the workplace as a result of COVID-19, as well as how to prepare for re-entry into a healthy workplace when we return from telecommuting, potential downsizing and crisis management.
To view the recorded webinar, click here.

JKJ’s Matt Musilli and Matthew Leone of Re-Leased discuss what clients, insurance companies and the government are saying in regards to coverage and protection from COVID-19.


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