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Risk Management

Loss Control and Risk Management for Small Businesses

You know the value of protecting your business. Business safety and loss control are necessary components of a complete business plan. That’s why planning, prevention and a safety-first attitude are also good for your business.

As a Nationwide policyholder, you can receive exclusive access to loss control resources such as articles, webinars and seminars, safety videos and loss control consultation to help you manage risk and minimize losses.

Below are some examples of the loss control information and resources we provide to help you with your safety and loss control programs. Browse for loss control topics based on the characteristics of your business.

You can search for more resources and learn more at

Help prevent work-related injuries

Do You Have One Or More Employee(s)?

Help prevent work-related injuries.

Learn what’s driving higher losses in commercial auto

Do You Have One Or More Business Vehicle(s)?

Learn what’s driving higher losses in commercial auto.

Employment Practices Liability Insurance

Why You Need Employment Practices Liability Insurance?

This can save you big in an unfortunate event.

Getting Better at Loss Contro

Getting Better at Loss Control.

Manage costly loss by preventing and reducing it.

Employment Practices Liability Insurance

Improve Your Employees' Driving Safety; Lower Distracted Driving Accidents

Reduce accidents by making sure all policies support distraction free driving.

Learn More

Understanding the unique risks your business faces and putting systems in place to promote business safety and loss control are important to the continued success of your business.

But you can’t do it alone. Learn more about the loss control services Nationwide can offer you as a Nationwide policyholder at

You can also call 1-888-891-0119 or find an agent to learn more about Nationwide’s commercial insurance offerings.

The information included on this website is designed for informational purposes only. It is not legal, tax, financial, or any other sort of advice; nor is it a substitute for such advice. The information on this site may not apply to your specific situation. We have tried to make sure the information is accurate, but it could be outdated or even inaccurate, in parts. It is the reader's responsibility to comply with any applicable local, state, or federal regulations, and to make their own decisions about how to operate their business. Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company, its affiliates, and their employees make no warranties about the information, no guarantee of results, and assume no liability in connection with the information provided.