Risk Management & Loss Control

In an increasingly complex insurance marketplace, it is imperative that your broker provides not only technical expertise but also a strong commitment to customer service and the ability to support your risk management and loss control efforts.  Simpson | McCrady clients are assigned a dedicated team of professionals that remains the same before, during and after the sale with a senior member as a primary contact to coordinate all activity.  Keeping pace with expanding insurance company partner capabilities combined with knowledge and understanding of your business enables them to provide well-balanced and matched solutions.

Examples of areas under which Simpson | McCrady, along with our insurance company and vendor partners, has been able to provide support to meet specific risk management needs include the following.

●​Client Portal, a personalized web site provided at no additional cost to our clients, provides the ability to track and manage OSHA reporting as well as quick access to timely news, resource links, discussion forums, and templates for use to support internal programs.

●​Sample written policies and procedures for claim management, electronic device use, drug use, employee safety, emergency actions, fleet safety, or employment.

●​Resources to assist with safety committees and safety compliance including safety training.

●​Comprehensive claim management services.

●​Timely loss reports to identify trends or activities that drive claim frequency or severity and possible adjustments to reduce risk to person or property.

●​Coordination, oversight, and monitoring of insurance company loss control services to support risk management goals.

●​Sample insurance requirement and indemnification clauses for leases, contracts and service agreements.

●​Reciprocal operating or manufacturing options to determine if available to your organization to reduce or eliminate business income losses.

●​Loss control review prior to planned renovations or construction to evaluate possible techniques to reduce exposure or the cost of risk.

●​Evaluation of risks associated with planned acquisitions or divestitures.