What Every Engineer Should Know About Risk Engineering and Management
What Every Engineer Should Know about Risk Engineering & Management by John X. Wang
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Whether the business demands professional drivers or driving is just part of a larger job for the employees, Zurich can help. Our Construction Risk Engineers are dedicated to understanding the operational needs unique to the construction industry.
We offer a variety of risk management programs specifically designed to address the leading exposures inherent to construction. Risk Engineering's Machinery Breakdown team focuses on helping our customers reduce the frequency and severity of losses related to machinery breakdown by providing a proactive analysis of current operating practices.
As global economic activity gains momentum, more and more companies are shipping goods across the country and around the world. The opportunities of global trade are great, but when your property is in transit or in storage awaiting shipment, risk always goes along for the ride.
Our product liability Risk Engineering specialists follow a lifecycle approach to help manage product risks, from design to recall. Risk Engineering's Property loss prevention programs are designed to support your risk management needs and are administered by an Account Engineer who will work with you to deliver the best possible service. Managing risk for your business Zurich's Risk Engineering provides a wide array of products and services that helps your business reduce risk and related losses Slip, trip and fall safety.
What Every Engineer Should Know about Risk Engineering & Management
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