Indian Head mayor accepts safety award
Maryland-based workers’ compensation insurance company Chesapeake Employers Insurance honored the Town of Indian Head with a Premier Partner Workplace Safety Award on Thursday, Oct. 27, for its exemplary workplace safety record, according to a news release. The award ceremony took place at Chesapeake Employers’ headquarters in Towson.
Accepting the award was Indian Head Mayor Brandon Paulin. Also present was E. Larry Sanders, III of Edward L. Sanders Insurance Agency, Inc., the independent insurance agent who manages the town’s business insurance.
According to Chesapeake Employers’ records, the town has not had a workplace injury claim in five years.
“That’s a record worthy of an award,” Tammy Longan, director of Chesapeake Employers’ Strategic Business Unit, said in the release. “This award is acknowledgement of the fact that improving workplace safety helps ensure that Maryland workers go home safely every day.”
“I thank all of the town’s hard-working employees for doing their jobs safely every day. Preventing workplace injuries and making sure safety is a top priority not only helps our employees, but it also saves our tax-paying citizens money through lower insurance costs for Indian Head,” Paulin said in the release.
Chesapeake Employers has been providing workers’ compensation insurance to the town since 1985.
Town of Indian Head Mayor Brandon Paulin, left, accepts the Premier Partner Workplace Safety Award from Tammy Longan, director at Chesapeake Employers’ Insurance Company. Chesapeake Employers provides workers’ compensation insurance to the town.