Yes – Maritime Employers are Required to Provide Compensation Benefits to Employees

The United States marine industry is a lifeline for America’s economy. It supports
everything from shipbuilding and repair to foreign trade and domestic shipping.
Most importantly, the industry provides over 15 million jobs.

The number of workers needed to support the U.S. maritime infrastructure is
impressive, but working on shipping vessels, oilrigs and docks can be hazardous.

Common hazards include:
  • Falls from platforms
  • Fire
  • Exposure to toxins
  • Neck and back injuries
  • Vehicular accidents
  • Electrical shocks
According to the U.S. Federal Longshore and Harbor Worker’s Compensation Act
(USL&H), maritime employers are required to provide compensation benefits to
employees who work on or near U.S. waters.

Protecting maritime employees is as important as the work they are required
to perform. And, while companies do everything they can to maintain safe work
environments, accidents do happen.
A single injury can sideline an employee
for months and cause severe financial hardship. As an employer, you may be
responsible for the individual (or individuals) injured on the job.

Marine Work Comp Hires Exo Creative To Manage Social Media and Public Relations

Marine Work Comp Hires Exo Creative To Manage Social Media and Public Relations

Marine Work Comp hires marketing and design agency Exo Creative to handle a new brand awareness and lead generation campaign.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Mobile, AL August 8, 2012 – Marine Work Comp of Mobile, Alabama has hired Exo Creative of Tampa, Florida to manage its social media marketing and public relations efforts.

Marine Work Comp, provides workers compensation insurance solutions to businesses operating within the marine industry. They are seeking to further establish their brand presence as the leading provider of insurance options for agents, contractors, construction, building and repair facilities and all other marine related businesses.

Marketing will center around developing social media and public relations campaigns. Efforts will include the development, management and distribution of messaging for PR releases, blog posts, Facebook and Twitter as well as website optimization to increase Marine Work Comp’s overall awareness and lead generation goals.

“We look forward to partnering with Exo Creative. We believe their efforts will help create greater awareness for our company moving forward,” said Brian Hall, president of Marine Work Comp.

Choosing the correct marine workers compensation plan is often a difficult and time consuming effort. Marine Work Comp uses the experience of top industry experts to find US Longshore Insurance, Jones Act Insurance and other plans that are customized for each individual client’s insurance needs.

About Marine Work Comp
Marine Work Comp offers a better way to buy marine workers compensation. The company provide solutions to finding appropriate and affordable insurance for businesses within and related to the marine industry.
For more information, visit www.marineworkcomp.com

About Exo Creative, LLC
Exo Creative of Tampa, Florida is a full-service marketing, design and advertising agency focused on providing its client base with lead generation and revenue growth opportunities.
For more information, visit www.exocreative.com

For further information about Marine Work Comp products and services, please contact Brian Hall at 305-283-5468.

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