Here's what I was told by insurance agents and my lawyer about how it works: You don't need insurance if you are an employee of a school. Your employer is indemnifying you. They hired you after determining you were qualified and they are supposed to train you (or pay for training) if you need additional qualifications, and they determine what you do and when.
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Subject: [DCHAS-L] Webinar: Chemical Educators and Researchers: Understanding your legal liability and how to protect yourself
Chemical Educators and Researchers: Understanding your legal liability and how to protect yourself
Tuesday, February 20, 2018 | 2:00 PM ET
If you were approached right now and asked to explain your legal liability coverage, would you be able to? It's a topic that can be confusing at best and somewhat complicated. As a Chemical Educator or Researcher, you may face unique gaps in coverage that are often not covered through your employer's policy.
During this webinar we will discuss:
=B7 ACS involvement with chemical safety
=B7 Understanding your risk
Examples of claims/lawsuits
=B7 How to protect yourself
=B7 And more
Register Today at the URL above
Dr. W. H. (Jack) Breazeale - Consultant to the ACS Committee on Chemical Safety and a member of the Laboratory Safety Institute's (LSI) Board of Directors
Richard A. Kissel, Esq.- KPHW
Marta U. Gmurczyk, Ph.D. - Safety Programs Manager, Scientific Advancement Division, American Chemical Society
Sponsored by Hays Companies and the ACS Member Insurance Program.
ACS Member Insurance Program
Hays Companies is the insurance administrator for the liability plans offered to ACS members.
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