Loss Control

Loss control provided by your insurance company is ultimately meant to protect the risk it is taking on by insuring your company.

While we advise our clients to take advantage of any included loss control services offered by their insurers, supplementing this with our own, in-house loss control team is distinctly different:


We won’t force you to implement expensive changes.


Our reports are for your eyes only.


Anything we find or recommend is not necessarily going to wind up in the underwriting file to have a direct negative effect on your insurance premiums.

Our core loss control process includes a comprehensive evaluation of existing exposures, which is presented to clients through our safety, facility and compliance assessments. These three areas of analysis will show strengths, identify areas for improvement and ultimately culminate in a Loss Control Report.

Safety Assessment
A positive safety culture means a safer, healthier and more productive workplace. A Safety Assessment is an introductory survey tool that can help assess and understand a workplace’s safety culture. If used as part of a planned process, it can help to engage everyone in your workplace in health and safety, identify areas of strength and weakness in your safety culture and facilitate action plans to make improvements.

An impartial evaluation of compliance programs is critical for a company to ensure regulatory or contractual compliance. More importantly, an effective audit will determine potential underlying or root causes of deficiencies, which is a good first step to avoid issues and costly fines.

Facility Exposure Assessment

Conducting an extensive risk evaluation will help spot potential danger areas and minimize exposure to liability. Establishing a periodic system of inspection where potential problem areas are highlighted, and identifying subsequent corrective measures, will reduce a facility’s potential risk exposure.

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