Risk Management & Loss Prevention
The ability to effectively manage and minimize the risk of financial loss is critical in keeping your costs of doing business under control. Johnson Insurance will work with you to proactively identify potential risks and mitigate areas of concern.
Our consultants will evaluate, recommend and assist in the implementation of loss control services with the goal of reducing your business' exposure to loss. We will coordinate with the resources offered by the insurance carriers and your existing policies, procedures and manuals.
Our Consulting Services Include
- Proactive Citation Avoidance or Plan of Action
- OSHA Citation Reaction
- OSHA Training
- Accident Investigations
- Site Walk-Thru
- Identity Theft and Privacy Concerns
Improving your risk profile and demonstrating a commitment to safety positively impacts insurance premiums as well as morale and productivity. Our proactive safety services can help reduce accidents and claims. We provide a full range of training programs to keep you and your employees up to speed on latest safety and loss prevention best practices.
Article courtesy of ThinkHR
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