Reporting directly to method’s president, the safety & loss prevention manager is responsible for working directly with method’s underwriting, claims, distribution teams and insureds within a wide range of industriesThe management role will work to design and develop national risk program that makes an impact in mitigating and/or preventing losses for method policyholdersInnovative mindset is key to establish safety and loss prevention library, reports, survey process and data to make an impact on overall safety culture of method policyholders.
Coordinate plans to implement surveys for insureds with a focus on construction, manufacturing, transportation, and healthcare in size ranging from middle market to a select few larger multi-location operations Evaluate risk and exposure through regularly reported loss data within established guidelines and provide insight to the underwriting team regarding risks desirability Improve account selection and pricing accuracy in the underwriting process Work to identify trends, problem areas, and/or to monitor impact of loss control activities that are in place Develop solutions and processes that can better control any identified exposures or to address specific loss/safety issues Coordinate and manage a claimant process and outside loss control vendors ensuring the timely execution of safety surveys and delivery of safety training/materials Review survey reports and risk assessments and communicate findings to underwriting Develop and communicate survey reports and safety recommendations to insureds Responsible for determining the appropriateness of any action taken for insureds to comply with safety recommendations Provide regular updates to underwriting and senior management on the status of in-progress loss prevention services Develop and maintain positive relationships with internal teams such as underwritings, claims, policy services, and business development Available to be on-site for safety surveys for limited select accounts Understand and maintain state regulatory and compliance standards Foster insured and agent loyalty and retention Offer competitive differentiators to agents and insureds Perform or coordinate risk-specific loss prevention activities that include: hazard analysis, job safety analysis, supervisor or employee training, general safety training, assistance with safety program development, loss control program audits, develop/assist in the implementation of fire and safety programs and procedures, assist in maintaining osha compliance, provide safety materials/information, research codes and industry standards as necessary to ensure that proposed recommendations are appropriate, etc.
Deep knowledge and understanding of osha regulations Strong working knowledge of industrial operations, hazard recognition, and industry-standard loss prevention techniques Thorough understanding of insurance involving workers’ compensation coverage and exposure Ability to research and reference state and federal regulations and standards Working knowledge in underwriting and/or loss control background as a safety professional or risk consultant Ability to work with major carriers or national brokerage Strong skill set in problem-solving, consultative communication, organization, strategic thinking, and analytics Passionate, energetic, self-motivated who thrives and can achieve goals Perseveres in a growing, changing, and dynamic work environment Strong verbal and written communication skills
This management role will be responsible for developing and managing national risk program for method insurance.
Technical skills required
Proficient in microsoft office suite, g suite, adobe acrobat, or similar software Strong excel skills
Work environment & physical demands
This position operates in a professional office setting and is largely a sedentary roleHowever, some filing is necessary and may require the ability to lift files, open filing cabinets and bend or stand on a stool as necessaryFlex space schedule permitted as position can work from home and/or office.
Position & expected hours
This is a full-time, salaried and exempt positionTypical work hours and days are monday through friday, from 8:00 am to 5:00 pmSome flexibility in hours is allowed, however the employee must be available during the core work hours of 9:30 am to 3:30 pm and must work 37.5 hours each week.
Willingness to travel if needed.
Education & experience
A bachelor’s degree in safety, engineering, or a related field At least five years of experience required in loss control A combination of education and experience may be accepted Associate in risk management (arm), associate safety professional (asp), and/or occupational hygiene safety technician (osha), construction risk and insurance specialist (cris) certifications preferred
Safety & Loss Prevention Manager
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