Fires that start in the kitchen account for the majority of restaurant fires and usually have devastating consequences for the business, its owners, and its employees. Many fires can be prevented or greatly reduced by adhering to various codes and standards and applying common
Now that the weather is getting cooler and the beautiful leaves have fallen from the trees, it is time for business owners to prepare for the potential hazards that snow, ice, and cold temperatures could bring.Here are some suggestions that may help reduce safety hazards and potential claims:Check your parking
How are you preventing cross contamination of allergens in your establishment? While some allergies may be less severe than others it is important to handle all allergen warnings in a precautionary manner. Are you using separate pans, fryers, a clean knife, and prep board? Does your POS system have a special allergen
ICC offers a selection of food and alcohol safety education courses, including many that provide certifications that are required by health departments and state liquor control boards. Katkin, a wholly owned subsidiary of ICC Holdings, Inc., provides these trainings at a reduced price for ICC policyholders.
ANSI approved certifications include ServSafe\®, Always Food Safe, NRFSP, and StateFoodSafety.
OnTAP (Training Alcohol Providers) is a server training program that ICC provides, free of charge, to our policyholders. Our OnTAP program is available throughout our territory and is state accredited in Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan where server training is legally mandated.
This comprehensive course is designed for all staff members working in the alcoholic beverages industry, including owners, managers, bartenders, servers, and security personnel. Agents and policyholders can schedule an OnTap training session by emailing OnTAP@ilcasco.com.
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You can also find information on your claim by calling (800) 445-3726. A dial-by-name directory is available if you know your Claims Representative's name. If you do not know the name of your Claims Representative, you may press 2 for the Claims Department.
ICC accepts ACH (also known as Electronic Funds Transfer), check, credit card, or payment through your agent. Please be aware that some forms of payment may incur fees.
ACH payments incur a $2.00 installment fee. Non-ACH payments incur a $7.00 installment fee. Fees for credit card payments, late payments, insufficient funds, withdrawal of cancellation, and reinstatement may also apply. For more information regarding fees, please see page 2 of your billing statement.
Installment fees will be waived if you set up ACH and have your statements emailed.
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