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    MSF Scholarships Build a Safety Future

    Growing up in Nigeria, Sadiq Inuwa witnessed first-hand the absence of workplace safety in his country. “It is normal to see workers using bamboo sticks as their scaffold and ladders made out of wood. I have seen workers get covered in cement all day long without thinking about potential cement burns. The government does not…

    Sign Up for Free March Safety Workshops

    Montana State Fund’s Safety Services Specialist Kirk Smith will hit the road this March to present his free safety workshop A Small Price for Safety. (For those who cannot make the in-person workshops, a virtual session will be provided at the end of the month). Register Now TopicsJob Safety (Hazard) Analysis (JSA or JHA): No…

    ACE: Supporting Safer, Healthier Communities

    A group home in Glasgow, Montana installs an alarm system for their residents. A summer camp in Helena replaces outdated life jackets for the safety of their campers and instructors.  A Senior Center in Eureka rebuilds its deteriorating front steps. What do these three organizations have in common? They each received a grant through Montana…

    Here’s a Tip: Work Comp Fraud Can Cost Millions

    Work comp fraud isn’t just someone faking an injury. It also includes medical providers authorizing and billing excessive or uncompleted medical services, or employers falsifying payroll records to lower premiums.To identify these crimes, Montana State Fund manages a confidential Fraud Tip Hotline 888-682-7463 (888 MT Crime). Callers can remain anonymous. For 25 years these “tips”…

    MSF Takes Home 1st Place Award

    MSF is committed to provide safety education for all Montanans, which also includes our employees. To honor this commitment, MSF received a first-place communications award for our internal virtual 2020 National Safety Month campaign. The American Association of State Compensation Insurance Funds (AASCIF) recognized it as the best in the Internal Communications Campaign category. Upon…

    Growing the Next Generation of Safe Workers

    It’s often said, that to create a culture of safety, you must build it from the ground up. Landon Stubbs is doing just that. As the woods and building trades teacher at Great Falls High School, he’s not only tasked to teach constructions skills, but keep his students safe in the process.   One way…