Julie Cirillo

Julie is the vice president of risk management for Engage. She is a seasoned veteran in the workers’ compensation industry, with close to 20 years of experience in workers’ compensation litigation, claims management and risk management. She is a former workers’ compensation defense attorney and has held multiple senior roles in management, claims, loss prevention, risk management and sales. 

Julie earned a Bachelor of Arts from the University of South Carolina-Columbia and a Juris Doctor from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.


Recognizing Potential Workplace Violence

February 18, 2019

Creating a safe work environment used to mean focusing on things like air quality and slip and fall accidents. Sadly, today's world has workplace safety managers examining safe zones and evacuation routes to prepare for n active shooter entering the workplace.

It is a scenario that few want to think about – but it’s important to be prepared.

What You Need to Know about OSHA's New Regulations on Workplace Injuries

June 9, 2016

Every year, employers within certain industries who have more than 10 employees have been required by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to maintain a log of safety data and make a summary available internally for all employees to view.

Known as the OSHA 300a, the log essentially lists all of the employee injuries and illnesses recorded by an employer during the year.

Compassion in the Workplace Matters

November 11, 2015

When an employee suffers a personal loss, many leaders will send a gift of condolence to the family on behalf of the company. An employer may also raise funds or organize a collection to help an employee in need. Yet, when an employee suffers an injury at work, what typically occurs is the employee is handed a form to complete, sent to a doctor’s office and forgotten until it is time to return to work. Companies will often contact the insurance adjuster to get a status on a workers’ compensation claim rather than reach out to an injured employee to ask how he or she is doing.

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