Your insurance carrier calls to let you know they would like to perform a loss control visit. What do you do? Many companies don’t understand the importance of an evaluation by their insurance carrier’s loss control professional and are not certain how to handle it.
This guide will help you prepare to make a favorable impression on the loss control professional, which can have significant impact on the cost of your insurance.
Some of the topics covered in the guide include:
- Best practices to properly handle a risk control visit
- 10 ways to make your company stand out
- List of documents often requested depending on the line of coverage being evaluated – workers’ compensation, business auto, property/liability
- List of topics reviewed during a loss control visit related to operations, workers’ compensation, HR management, safety controls, business auto, property/liability