July 1, 2020

Workers’ Compensation Incident Tracker

Jim Akers – Work Comp Specialist – Gallagher MUSIC has been working to develop a new tool to assist in tracking your workers’ compensation claims.  The Workers’ Compensation Incident Tracker does exactly that, it tracks your claims and incidents. The Tracker was designed to give you a format to log and track all of your […]

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May 29, 2020

On-site Visits Resume

As we are all aware, the COVID-19 pandemic has caused a significant change in our schedules and lives. However, beginning June 1, 2020, the Loss Control Team of MUSIC will resume on-site visits and services to MUSIC Members. To ensure the safety of the Loss Control Team, as well as the students and staff of […]

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May 21, 2020

COVID-19 Complimentary Courses from SafeSchools

MUSIC wants to make members aware of six complimentary SafeSchool courses available to members. These courses have been uploaded to the SafeSchools library and the MUSIC bundle, allowing LMS administrators to assign, track, and report completions on each module. Courses include the following: Coronavirus:  CDC Guidelines for Making and Using Cloth Face Coverings (9 Minutes) […]

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May 12, 2020

Reopening Schools (Post COVID-19)

MUSIC is committed to helping MUSIC members create and support a safe environment in the school and the community in the context of COVID-19. As administrators prepare to reopen school doors, it is essential to remember that these decisions have important implications for children, parents or caregivers, teachers, staff, communities, and society at large. While […]

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February 27, 2020

MUSIC Matters – Volume 24 – First Quarter 2020

MESSAGE FROM THE BOARD CHAIRMAN DR. BERNARD DUBRAY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS FORT ZUMWALT SCHOOL DISTRICT Dear MUSIC Member, I’m not going to open this message saying anything about the weather because, it seems any time I do, it backfires. However, as this message is being distributed with the MUSIC newsletter, we are coming out of […]

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February 27, 2020

Online Workers’ Compensation Toolkit

Jackie Turnage-Ferber, Client Training and Technology Coordinator MUSIC is committed to driving down costs associated with workers’ compensation claims. As part of this undertaking, MUSIC developed a Workers’ Compensation Incident Tracker. This tracker is designed for use by members, and it will allow MUSIC members to accommodate work-related injuries and illnesses. The goal of MUSIC is […]

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February 27, 2020

When Your Facilities Are in Use

When Your Facilities are in Use By Peggy Wilson, Arthur J. Gallagher   MUSIC members are frequently approached by various groups to use the members’ facilities. These requests can range from using one room for a meeting, to sports events in the gymnasium and social events, such as reunions or chili suppers, in the cafeteria. […]

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February 27, 2020

School Security – Arming Staff

What Are My Expectations and Options? Alan Schmitt, ARM-P – Area Vice President, Loss Control It seems every time you turn on the news, pick up a newspaper, or look online there is a reference to an active shooting event. Unfortunately, school violence and shootings are not going away. Therefore, it is extremely important that we review […]

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December 9, 2019

MUSIC Matters – Volume 23 – Fourth Quarter

DR. BERNARD DUBRAY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS FORT ZUMWALT SCHOOL DISTRICT Dear MUSIC Member, As I write this message, we are entering the first week of December and have just completed the Thanksgiving holiday recess period. Weather conditions have not been too bad yet and, in the St. Louis area, many of us have only missed […]

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December 4, 2019

MUSIC Plan Document Changes for 2020

Anita Kiehne President – Claims – Gallagher  Our targeted area of change for the upcoming renewal is in the Builders’ Risk coverage.  As a MUSIC member you currently have $50,000,000 limit of coverage for any new building projects in the course of construction.  We do require that you notify us of any project in excess […]

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