Making Safety Pay
While expenditures on safety efforts including training, inspections and procedures are often seen as an expenditure, they are actually an investment that can give a return. Costs and returns are sometimes hidden or difficult to quantify, but there are some tools and techniques to consider their impact on a company. We will investigate not only the potential exposures (financial implications) but what impact avoidance of the loss can have on the organization.
- Define what safety and loss costs should be considered
- Understand a methodology for calculating a safety ROI
- Review some ancillary softer costs that impact the organization’s financial health
Tim McCarty has recently joined Clark Insurance as the Director of Loss Control. Services. He He leverages his 30 years of experience in the insurance industry and with safety consulting to consulting assists clients in Maine, NH and MA to improve their safety efforts and have a positive impact on the bottom line.
5:00-6:00 Social Hour
Social hour sponsor:
RSVP:maine.cfma.org to "Register Now" and complete payment via our online registration
Cost: Members: $25.00
Remit checks made payable to “CFMA Maine Chapter” to:
Doreen Bell, Tilson Technology Management 245 Commercial Street, Suite 203
Portland, ME 04101