Colorado Risk Mitigation Firm Helps Companies Lower Insurance Premiums by Reducing Their Internal Risk

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Business Controls, Inc. (BCI) and Philadelphia Insurance Companies (PHLY) have partnered to reduce client’s insurance premiums and risk due to workplace misconduct.

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This partnership was designed to award companies who are taking the right steps to reduce their internal risks.

Business Controls, Inc. (BCI) has partnered with Philadelphia Insurance Companies (PHLY) to provide special pricing on solutions that enhance internal procedures and reduce risks associated with employee misconduct, including the MySafe™ family of products: MySafeWorkplace®, MySafeCampus™, MySafeSchool™, and MySafeHospital®.

Since 1994, BCI has worked with organizations of all sizes and in all industries to mitigate internal risks, make organizations safer, avoid litigation, and improve profitability by reducing losses related to employee misconduct. Since its inception, BCI has served over a quarter of the Fortune 1000 companies, providing services to more than a million client employees in 130 countries by providing services in two primary areas: Investigations/Consulting/Training and 24/7/365 Anonymous Reporting and Case Management Solutions.

“This partnership was designed to award companies who are taking the right steps to reduce their internal risks,” said Steven Foster, President. “Partnering with Philadelphia Insurance was a natural fit as they strive to deliver innovative solutions and world-class service to their clients, a core part of our business model. Working together, we’ll be able to deliver even more value and save our clients hard dollars.”

About Business Controls, Inc.:
Business Controls, Inc. is the country’s leading incident reporting and risk mitigation firm. Its services include incident reporting, corporate investigations, litigation support, and training. Clients include ViaWest, RE/MAX International, Westwood Colleges, eBags, and the University of Northern Colorado. Business Controls serves over a million client employees in over 20,000 client locations in 130 countries via its award-winning and patent-pending anonymous reporting systems. By combining state-of-the-art technologies and professional services, the firm puts its clients in the best position to manage employee-related issues, create safer work environments, and limit their exposure to litigation. Subscribers to these services not only stay compliant with numerous governmental and business ethics regulations, but reduce fraud, waste, and abuse within their organizations. For more information, call 800-650-7005 or visit http://www.BusinessControls.com.

About Philadelphia Insurance Companies:
Philadelphia Insurance Companies, a member of the Tokio Marine Group, designs, markets, and underwrites commercial property/casualty and professional liability insurance products incorporating value added coverages and services for select industries. In operation since 1962, the Company, whose commercial lines insurance subsidiaries are rated A+ (Superior) by A.M. Best Company and AA- for counterparty credit and financial strength by Standard & Poor’s, is nationally recognized as a member of Ward's Top 50 and National Underwriter’s Top 100. The organization has 48 offices strategically located across the United States to provide superior service.

Philadelphia Insurance Companies is the marketing name for the property casualty insurance operations of Philadelphia Consolidated Holding Corp., a Member of the Tokio Marine Group. In the United States, all products are written by insurance company subsidiaries of Philadelphia Consolidated Holding Corp. Non-insurance products and services may be provided by independent third parties. For more information, call 800-873-4552 or visit http://www.PHLY.com.

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