Another value-added service provided to KARE insureds is our quarterly newsletter, KARE Views. This newsletter will keep you up to date on pertinent information, both inside and outside of KARE and the workers' compensation industry. Each issue includes timely and practical articles, as well a current listing of all workshops, seminars, and publications available from both KARE and the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce. If you are not currently a KARE policyholder, but would like to receive the newsletter, you can sign up online for a free subscription.

For your convenience, we have archived past issues of KARE Views dating back to the spring of 1998. They are listed below in date order with article titles included so that you can peruse the topics covered. All are available for download in cross-platform PDF (portable document) format.

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KARE Views, Winter 2002Download PDF )

KV Winter02Articles:
bulletThe New OSHA 300 Rule
bulletHow Can LPS Lower Workers' Comp Costs?
bulletWill OSHA Inspect Your Business?
KARE Views, Fall 2001Download PDF )

KV Fall 01Articles:
bulletKARE Embraces the Web to Serve You Better
bulletWhat You Need to Know About Loss Control Surveys
bulletFree Safety Workshops
bulletKARE Safety Awards

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KARE Views, Fall 2000Download PDF )

KV Fall 00Articles:
bulletKARE Safety Awards
bulletOSHA's Goals for Employers
bulletFree Safety Workshops
KARE Views, Winter 1999-2000Download PDF )

KV Winter 99Articles:
bulletIt's a Matter of Economics (Workers' Comp Premiums)
bullet7 Essential Checkpoints to Maintain Workers'
spaceCompensation Coverage
bulletAvoid OSHA Fines and Citations
bulletRecognize the Signs of Employee Substance Abuse
bulletAchieving a Drug-Free Workplace
KARE Views, Fall 1999Download PDF )

KV Fall 99Articles:
bulletAre You Ready? Because Accidents Happen
bulletPlanning Tips for changes in the Workers' Comp Cycle
bulletDon't Forget Coverage for Out-of-State Workers
bulletInternet Study Under Way
bulletOSHA Update on Powered Industrial Truck
spaceOperator Requirements
KARE Views, Spring 1999Download PDF )

KV Spring 99Articles:
bulletWorkshops Offer OSHA Compliance Strategies
bulletGot HR Questions? Answers Are Just a Phone Call Away
bulletKentucky's Workers' Comp Laws — Complying with the
space"Mandatorily Subject" and "Mandatory Coverage" Provisions
bulletCompData Survey Offers Answers to Employers' Wage &
spaceBenefit Questions

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KARE Views, Winter 1998-99Download PDF )

KV Winter 98-99Articles:
bulletKARE + The Kentucky Chamber = Outstanding Value
bulletOpting In and Opting Out of Workers' Compensation
bulletKARE Safety Manual Now Available on Disk
bulletManufacturing Fatalities in Kentucky
KARE Views, Fall 1998Download PDF )

KV Fall 98Articles:
bulletOther States Coverage Offers Convenience & Flexibility
bulletEmployment Practices Liability Coverage — Designed to Go
spaceWhere Workers' Comp Does Not
bulletAre You Ready? Because Accidents Do Happen
bulletOn Site Drug Testing Growing in Popularity
bulletKentucky's Most Dangerous Jobs
KARE Views, Summer 1998Download PDF )

KV Summer 98Articles:
bulletDividend Distribution Planned for Summer
bulletKARE Expands Coverage to Other States
bulletHandling Premium Determining Audits
bullet1997 Safety Award Winners
bulletMost Frequent OSHA Violations
bulletMost Dangerous Jobs (Nationwide)
KARE Views, Spring 1998Download PDF )

KV Spring 98Articles:
bulletThe Year (1997) in Review
bulletThe Independent Agent — Your Ally and Advocate
bulletSample Light Duty Policy Statement
bulletTime Tested Safety Incentive Ideas

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