Risk Management can be confusing. We can help.
A few frequently asked questions – and answers – for those interested in learning more about outsourcing your human resources to certified* pros.
Risk management refers to the practice of identifying potential risks in advance and assessing and controlling threats to an organization's capital and earnings. These threats, or risks, could stem from numerous sources, including financial uncertainty, legal liabilities, strategic management errors or accidents. Risk management allows businesses to prepare for the unexpected by minimizing threats and extra costs before they happen.
We utilize our experience and knowledge to help clients achieve their safety and compliance goals every day. Our safety consultants work hand-in-hand with you and your team to provide best practices for avoiding and managing any unfortunate accidents. From mock OSHA inspections to CPR training and individual safety training, we take a very personal approach to making sure you, your employees and your workplace are safe.
Our safety team includes a risk manager, a claims manager and a safety and health consultant – each with decades of experience to serve you. Working together, they support your business with safety and risk best practices, creating custom strategies to enhance safety and mitigate claims losses.
Yes, we have a dedicated, in-house claims management team ready to serve your business. Our risk management solutions also cover injury management protocols and consulting, accident compensability and fraud investigation.
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