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Loss Control Services
What We Do
Our Network

We are a national service company providing custom loss control surveys and risk management services for insurance companies, businesses, agents, and brokers. Our network of professional Loss Control Consultants performs risk assessments and loss control surveys of various types and levels of complexity to the specifications of our insurance industry and other safety partners.

Our nation-wide network of loss control professionals is equipped to perform loss control and safety services in a wide range of industries. We work with experienced Loss Control professionals to produce accurate and professional reports to assist with underwriting decisions.


Industries we Service
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Aerospace and Aviation

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High-Hazard Sporting and Outdoor Activity

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Fleet and Auto

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Seasoning Meat


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Welding and Gas Distribution

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Apartment Balconies


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Event Venue

News & Publications

'Digging for Root Causes'

Featured in Scrap Magazine

By: Andy Knudsen

Companies successfully rebound from accidents by shifting from response to investigation—researching what caused the accident and what they can learn from it. When an accident occurs, most companies know what to do first: get medical aid for injured workers, evacuate if necessary, call emergency responders such as the fire department, collect details from the accident scene, determine what was lost or damaged, and figure out how to get things back on track. These efforts consume time and create stress...

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'Q&A: How Can Construction Safety Professionals Help Prevent Struck-by Incidents?'

Source: American Society of Safety Professionals

Struck-by incidents are the second leading cause of fatalities among U.S. construction workers and one of OSHA’s “Focus Four Hazards.” Struck-by hazards come in different forms, and keeping workers safe on the job requires collaboration and planning.

Carl Heinlein, CSP, ARM, FAIHA, FASSP, senior safety consultant at American Contractors Insurance Group, Inc., recently joined “The Case for Safety Podcast” and spoke...

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