YORK, Pa. – Jan. 18, 2016 – The VFIS website now makes it easier for emergency service organizations (ESO) to access more than 200 safety resources, communiques, videos and training tools. As the leading insurance and education provider to ESOs in the U.S., VFIS redesigned the site with an easy to navigate interface, intuitive search function and responsive viewing across all browsers and devices. Visitors are encouraged to download materials, utilize the self-assessments within their own department and have thoughtful discussions with their personnel after viewing Tailboard Safety videos.
VFIS President Troy Markel said, “not only has VFIS been a pioneer of insurance for emergency service organizations, we’ve also had an unwavering focus on education, training and risk control. We’ve trained over 175,000 ESO members in the past decade and have users accessing VFIS University courses daily. It was only logical to continue providing these materials online.”
Visitors can find updated information about VFIS insurance products and coverages, applications, agent and broker locations, claims handling, VFIS University and on-site training courses on the site as well. There is also specialized information for agents and brokers looking to partner with VFIS.
For more information, visit the all-new VFIS.com.
VFIS is the largest provider of insurance, education and consulting services for fire departments, ambulance and rescue squads and 911 centers in North America, having pioneered the first tailored insurance package for this industry in 1969. A part of Glatfelter Program Managers, one of the largest insurance program managers in the US, VFIS offers property and casualty coverage, accident and sickness coverage, other benefits programs including Group Term and LOSAP, and other risk management and safety resources to the emergency service industry.
About Glatfelter Program Managers
Glatfelter Program Managers (GPM) is one of the premier managers and recognized specialists of niche commercial insurance markets in the country servicing educational institutions, municipalities, independent school bus contractors and water/sewer entities; fire departments, ambulance and rescue squads and 911 centers; senior living, CCRCs, hospice and home health care agencies; and churches, synagogues, mosques and other religious institutions.