Mitigate The Hazards
Risk engineering is an ongoing process that starts with identification and assessment of hazards and continues with setting up and monitoring control systems to mitigate these hazards. It allows insureds to take cost-effective actions to protect their assets, safeguard their people and help maintain the continuity of their business.
If you are going to service SMMEs (Small, Medium and Micro-Sized Enterprises) - especially where professional risk engineering and loss adjustment services are not cost effective - then you need to drastically reduce the non-productive time associated with (1) report writing, (2) travel and (3) administration.
Turn your knowledge into added value
The highest value-adding tasks* of a risk engineer are survey preparation, time on-site and the advisory activities, yet they represent only 32% of the time invested into the respective risk analysis.
* Based on 18-month experience of a Virtual i Technologies Partner Risk Engineer on a previous assignment serving large energy and power assets