SECURA’s workplace culture shines in “World’s Greatest!” TV program

SECURA Insurance Featured in World's Greatest

“Be real. Earn it. Have fun.”

Those words are ingrained in the fabric of SECURA’s workplace culture, and they capture how our associates conduct themselves on a daily basis. With each associate living those ideas, you get a truly special workplace culture — one worthy of a feature on the “World’s Greatest!” television program.

Produced by How2Media, the “World’s Greatest!” cable series covers “the story behind the story” for businesses. This is the first time the series has featured a company for its workplace culture, with other episodes focusing on products, places, companies, and people.

Tips to stay safe during fall cleanup



It’s time to say goodbye to summer and hello to fall. The season change means draining the pool, cleaning out landscaping, and raking up leaves.

Thousands of Americans are injured during their fall cleanup each year. To make sure you’re not one of them, follow these safety tips.

SECURA’s Brett Purcell named Steve Welker Associate of the Year by IIABAZ

Brett Purcell accepts Steve Welker Associate of the Year Award

Nearly anyone who does their job well doesn’t do it for recognition. In Brett Purcell’s case, he does it because he cares deeply about the work he does, the company he works for, and the people he engages.

When thunder roars and lightning strikes – staying safe around lighting

Lightning Near A House


Many people are fascinated by lightning, and rightfully so. The giant spark of electricity lights up the sky, and in the blink of an eye, it’s gone. Although lightning is captivating, it’s also very dangerous.

Did you know that lightning is hotter than the surface of the sun and can reach temperatures around 50,000 degrees Fahrenheit? In the United States, lightning strikes about 25 million times per year according to the National Weather Service. About 300 people are struck by lightning annually, and on average, it causes 30 casualties while others suffer lifelong disabilities.

What you should do to protect yourself and your home before and during high winds

High winds are usually associated with storms, but there are times that the passing of a storm or differences in air pressure cause a windy day. Gusting winds can bring down trees, powerlines, and signs, turning unsecured objects into dangerous projectiles. If there is a high wind advisory or severe thunderstorm issued for your area, there are a few precautions you should take to keep yourself safe, as well as prevent damage to your home.