As a business owner, it is vital to ensure that you are properly covered in case anything goes wrong with your operations. As a retailer, you must be prepared for theft, liability claims, and accidents. But how much insurance do you really need? How much should your average payout be, and how often should these incidents really be occurring? Take a look to see how your business compares to retailer averages.
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Product recall is a terrifying phrase for both manufacturers and retailers. If not handled properly, it has the ability to destroy brands and bankrupt companies. With the ability to have such a detrimental impact, you would think that many companies have an effective product recall plan in place. But in reality, many companies, even large corporations, are not prepared to handle a large product recall incident.
All manufacturers carry a duty of care in providing consumer products that are safe for its intended use. If an incident occurs, establishing who is at fault can be a long, tiresome, and expensive process. That’s why it’s important to ensure your organization is taking all necessary precautions throughout the entire manufacturing lifecycle. A comprehensive understanding of what you can do to reduce your liability is an essential step towards building a stable financial plan.
Topics: legal risk, product liability, manufacturing risk management, manufacturing product liability, manufacturing EHS, manufacturing process management, duty of care liability, incident tracking, manufacturing claims management, manufacturing incident management, product design liability, manufacturing duty of care, commercial product liability