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Who we are

Our company is a national service company providing loss-control surveys and risk management services for insurance companies, businesses, agents, and brokers. Zero Accident Culture® is our trademark approach and is at the core of what we do. Our consultants professionally fulfill our field assignments according to the specifications of each project.

Services

We serve customers ranging from Fortune 1000 corporations to small businesses in all types of industries including healthcare, construction, manufacturing, retail, resorts, transportation, food processing, agriculture, high-hazard sports and outdoor activities, reclamation, and many other industries. Available services include:

  • Risk Assessment Consulting

  • Loss-Control Services

  • Construction Job Site Inspections

  • Safety Program Development

  • Workshops and Seminars

  • Professional Speaking Engagements

 
Connect with Us:

Andrew M Knudsen

General Manager

847 309 5950

andy.knudsen@zeroaccidents.com

Our Expertise
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...

'Despite China’s Ban, Overall U.S. Scrap Exports Remain Strong in 2017'

Source: Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries

Washington, DC, Feb. 15, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- News that China would ban certain scrap imports shook the recycling industry last summer, yet U.S. global scrap exports increased overall in 2017 according to a new analysis from the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI). As improved demand for ferrous and nonferrous metal scrap more than offset weaker demand for non-metallic scrap, total U.S. scrap exports advanced in 2017 in both value and volume...