Your safety is our business
As a business owner, you have a responsibility to provide a safe and healthy workplace for your employees.
At SECURA, our Risk Management team offers in-person consultations and a number of free, web-based resources to help you manage your risks so you can protect your employees and focus on running a profitable business.
Our team can assist you by identifying risks that can affect your workplace, provide personalized employee training, and review any losses you may have had, and share methods to prevent them from happening again.
Frequently Asked Questions
Our Risk Management consultants offer the following services:
- Site visits and consultations
- Hazard identification and submission of recommendations to correct hazards
- Help with regulatory compliance – OSHA, D.O.T., etc.
- Consult on OSHA and D.O.T. matters/citations
- Evaluate current safety programs and offer improvement opportunities
- Help establish an effective safety committee
- Help establish accident investigation and hazard awareness training
- Provide employee safety training or aid management/supervisors with ongoing employee safety training
- Assist in establishing safety self-inspection programs
- Provide jobsite surveys and consultations
- Provide loss review and trend analyses - provide assistance in reducing/addressing loss trends
At the beginning of each visit, a Risk Manager will arrive onsite to meet with your management and/or ownership. This discussion focuses on the company’s operations to help our Risk Manager gain a better understanding of the business. SECURA’s Risk Managers will then conduct a walk-through survey of the property and business operations, noting any potential hazards and exposures that may lead to loss incidents.
At the end of the visit, a closing conference will be held to discuss any exposures noted, recommendations for improvement, and possible solutions for your business. The survey findings discussed during this closing conference will be sent in a follow-up letter. We ask that you respond to the letter using the contact information provided to let us know when these recommendations have been completed.
Prior to the visit, the Risk Manager will give you an estimated duration of the visit based on your operations and the number of locations that will be viewed when making the appointment with you. Generally, a visit takes roughly 1.5 hours, though the time can vary.
- A robust on-demand video training collection.
- Sample safety programs, forms, and checklists.
- A library of safety talks and blogs for a wide variety of industries