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At Signature Golf we are committed to providing superior service and value to our golf course customers. Part of this commitment includes the sharing of best practices and loss prevention ideas. The articles contained here can provide useful facts and details to help with your insurance and risk management related research.

Thursday May 12th, 2016

Tractors and self-propelled machinery can overturn or lose control, when working on slopes, uneven ground, near ditches or bunkers. Incorrect loading, weight distribution, poor or incorrect maintenance, turning on slopes and unsafe driving practices will increase the risk of an overturn or loss of control accident. Please share the attached material from the experts at CE Safety.

Thursday April 16th, 2015

Effective May 01, 2015 the Policy Fee will increase from $162.50 to $170.00.

Friday November 21st, 2014

A complete copy of the article, ‘What Are The Chances’, can be found here.

Wednesday October 1st, 2014

Winterizing the irrigation system at a golf course can be extremely dangerous.  Before you begin this process please review the attached article from the experts at CE Safety.

Tuesday November 5th, 2013

Preparing your golf course for winter often means final applications of fertilizer, aeration, the installation of covers on putting surfaces and winterizing the irrigation system.

Tuesday April 16th, 2013

The attached PDF outlines the roles, responsibilities and potential risks to employees working in the Pro Shop at a Golf Course.

Monday April 15th, 2013

Please review and keep a completed copy of this form in your files for all employees under the age of 16.

Friday April 5th, 2013

Effective May 15, 2013 the Policy Fee will increase from $150 to $162.50.

Thursday October 25th, 2012

According to the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada as many as 45,000 cardiac arrests occur each year and as many as 85% of all cardiac arrests occur in homes and public places…

Wednesday January 4th, 2012

Winter is the quiet time when many golf course general managers, owners and operators start planning for the upcoming season. It is also the time when you must think about managing the unique risks brought on by the cooler temperatures…

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