TAC has risk control consultants to assist TAC’s Risk Management Pool members in the mitigation of exposures commonly found in offices, detention facilities and road construction operations. They assist Pool members who have workers’ compensation, property or automobile liability coverage.
A number of our risk control consultants hold coveted certifications such as Certified Safety Professional (CSP) and Certified Risk Managers (CRM).
Key services provided:
Technical Assistance: Risk control consultants help members with the development and implementation of risk control programs and are considered an invaluable resource in the development and promotion of return-to-work programs. These programs benefit counties across the state by reducing the costs of claims and employees’ days away from work due to work-related injuries. Reduced employees’ medical expenses and reduced days away from work cut members’ workers’ compensation losses.
Claims Analysis: Risk control consultants analyze members’ past losses and develop actions plans to prevent future losses. Pool members value these services and rely upon them when making business decisions.
Risk Management Surveys: These surveys identify and alert members about potential conditions that could lead to an accident or a loss. Consultants also assess and evaluate members’ safety programs.
On-Site Training: Risk control consultants offer members on-site safety training. Topics covered are intended to address members’ specific safety issues and to increase safety awareness. Some of the topics include: ergonomics, back injury prevention, construction equipment operations, fleet safety, and slip and fall prevention. More information on training.
Resource Library: TAC has an extensive video library on general safety topics, law enforcement and management available to Pool members. Many counties rely upon this service for their own in-house safety training.
Driving Simulator: Our driving simulator helps develop defensive driving techniques and improves driver decision-making skills. It’s designed to train public works operations and emergency personnel, who constitute the majority of the drivers insured by counties and it is available to automobile liability customers.