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5000 Pennell Road, Aston, PA 19014 610-364-7800

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135 City Ave., Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004 610-664-6293

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The Risk Management Process


Identify and Analyze Exposures to Risk


Examine Feasible Risk Management Techniques to Address Exposure


Select the Best Risk Management Techniques


Implement the Chosen Techniques


Monitor the Results

Step 1

Identify and Analyze Exposures to Risk
  • Collect data – detailed survey/audit
  • Analyze frequency and severity of exposure

Step 2

Examine Feasible Risk Management Techniques to Address Exposure
  • Controls
    • Avoidance
    • Prevention
    • Reduction
    • Separation or Diversification
    • Loss Control Transfer
  • Financing
    • Retention
    • Transfer to Commercial Insurer

Step 3

Select the Best Risk Management Techniques
  • Consider the size of the organization
  • Consider the organization’s ability to absorb loss and forecast future losses accurately, and its willingness to accept risk
  • Don’t risk more than you can afford to lose, and don’t spend a lot for a little protection.

Step 4

Implement the Chosen Techniques
  • Establish retention programs
  • Formulate and implement loss control programs
  • Purchase insurance and outside vendor services
    • Prepare specifications
    • Market through all appropriate sources
    • Analyze proposals

Step 5

Monitor the Results
  • Maintain complete policy files
  • Supervise the endorsements
  • Periodically review the status of the program
  • Manage claims
    • Review claim reporting and handling
    • Assist in preparation and filing
    • Monitor serious cases
    • Review reserve analysis
    • Implement return-to-work and managed-care programs
  • Coordinate loss control/prevention services
    • Develop safety policy statements
    • Organize Safety Committee
    • Evaluate safety program
    • Create material handling programs
    • Examine ergonomics
    • Initiate industrial hygiene studies

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