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2508, 2021

Sean McNamara Joins Bryson Team

By |August 25th, 2021|Commercial Insurance, Newsroom|

Bryson Insurance is pleased to announce the addition of Sean McNamara to the team, assuming the role of Commercial Account Executive with Bryson Insurance. “We are enthusiastic about having Sean join our team,” said Guida Leyland, Bryson’s Director of Commercial Insurance. “His extensive knowledge, commitment to serving his clients, and broader participation in our local and industry communities stand out.” [...]

2311, 2020

Insurance risks of selling online

By |November 23rd, 2020|Commercial Insurance, Cyber Insurance|

Has your business started selling products or services online? Resilience, adaptability, and perseverance are three words we would use to describe how business leaders and entrepreneurs have handled these unprecedented times. To survive and thrive in this current state, embracing digital transformation has become critical for many businesses. By pivoting their business delivery channels, many have discovered an opportunity to [...]

1006, 2020

COVID-19 Workplace Cleaning Practices

By |June 10th, 2020|Commercial Insurance|

Many of the workplaces that have been open throughout the pandemic have adapted to the new reality of a routinely sanitized  environment. For other businesses opening or considering opening right now, the practice of increased routine cleaning of the entire workspace from desks to supplies as well as employee participation and education can be overwhelming. Creating and sticking to new [...]

3103, 2020

Do you have a vacant commercial property?

By |March 31st, 2020|Commercial Insurance|

As we navigate the unprecedented circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic, keeping you informed is now more important than ever. We acknowledge the impact this crisis has had – and continues to have – and want to reassure you that we are here for you. As you are certainly aware, efforts to contain the outbreak of COVID-19 has resulted in various [...]

1608, 2019

Penalty for Hand-Held Devices Shifting for Commercial Vehicle Drivers

By |August 16th, 2019|Bryson Bulletin, Commercial Insurance|

Hand-held device tickets shifting from minor to major when rating premium for a commercial vehicle Up until now, hand-held device tickets for commercial vehicle operators have been considered minor tickets when rating insurance policies. We have received updates from many of our commercial insurance carriers filing with the Financial Services Commissioner of Ontario (FSCO) to have hand-held convictions adjusted and [...]

3011, 2018

Hosting a Fun and Safe Holiday Work Party

By |November 30th, 2018|Commercial Insurance|

Work holiday parties are a time for co-workers to laugh, mingle, and connect. As the party host, we have to share tips to keep everyone in the season's spirit! The holiday season is filled with events full of good cheer, connection, and fun. And while these events have every right to be focused on maximizing the enjoyment for staff, they [...]

2810, 2018

The Digital Privacy Act changes data breach reporting requirements

By |October 28th, 2018|Commercial Insurance, Cyber Insurance|

Is your business prepared for Canada's digital privacy data breach notification rules? What does the cyber risk landscape look like today? We have seen an increase in the number of malicious cyber attacks across the globe, both in severity and size. These cyber events are impacting companies and customers alike. Small and medium-sized businesses are the most common victims of [...]

2703, 2018

Cyber Risks are Serious for Business Owners

By |March 27th, 2018|Cyber Insurance|

The Risk of Cyber is Real and Costly! Effective use of internet technology can enhance customer experience, improve organizational efficiency, and create great cost-saving opportunities. Along with all these benefits comes an ever-increasing risk of being the victim of cybercrime. Hackers are breaking the systems for profit. Before, it was about intellectual curiosity and pursuit of knowledge and thrill, and [...]

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