Now more than ever, you and your insurer need to deal with the world as it is, not as it used to be. We can work with you in new and innovative ways to identify and prevent the toughest risks across the globe. We do so thanks to our holistic approach, which combines expertise with pragmatism. Just as importantly, we're backed by the financial strength of Swiss Re.
Deep-rooted industry expertise. Our risk knowledge makes us thought leaders in the marketplace. From operational to natural hazards, we have the hands-on experience to understand and mitigate risk. We help bring focus to your loss prevention and risk management practice, and insure you against unexpected incidents.
A holistic view of global risk engineering. Risk engineering solutions often defy easy categorisation. So we support our clients' needs across numerous lines of insurance, including Property, Engineering & Construction, Casualty, Professional Indemnity and Cyber. In doing so, we employ leading proprietary risk engineering tools. We also closely collaborate with underwriters to improve the insurability of your risks.
Supportive, reliable service. When you deal with us, you'll only ever have one point of contact - one of our more than 95 Risk Engineers worldwide who can provide a wide range of risk assessment and consultancy services.
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To succeed with a medical malpractice case a plaintiff must provide evidence of negligence through establishing four elements: duty, breach, injury and damages. When the provider and a patient establish a professional relationship, the provider has a responsibility to provide a reasonable treatment plan. This is the element of duty. Our expert legal panel will analyze the provider-patient relationship and discuss relevant medical malpractice cases examining the duty to provide care. The panel will provide insight on when a duty typically does not arise as with independent medical exams, employee physicals and workers' compensation exams. We will explore professional liability insurance contract language, terms and conditions to be carefully understood when considering the element of duty.Learn more
Our panel will present an overview of the current problems and the epidemiology of child abuse including hospital-based estimates and medical care involvement. We will describe decision aids and triggers to improve the quality of care in the emergency department. The panel will also explore enhancements in primary care involvement in child abuse care with Extension for Community Health Outcomes (ECHO).Learn more
By the age of 65, it is estimated that 75% of physicians in low-risk specialties and 99% in high-risk specialties will have experienced a lawsuit. OB/GYNS are among the most likely to be sued among all physicians. Keeping pace with obstetrics patient safety science and risk mitigation strategies is challenging yet essential for promoting the best clinical outcomes.Learn more
Patient suicide is a significant problem for healthcare organizations. Inpatient suicides are devastating for friends and family of the individual, and can be traumatic for both healthcare providers and other patients in the vicinity of the incident. This webinar discussed the history of the 2016 Joint Commission mandate for universal suicide risk screening, as well as current directions related to the recommendation.Learn more
Loss prevention expertise (PDF, 59.8 KB)
Property Risk Engineering Services (PDF, 61.3 KB)
Casualty Risk Engineering Services (PDF, 41.7 KB)
Windstorm preparation guide (PDF, 79.1 KB)
North American Healthcare Risk Engineering Services (PDF, 126 KB)
Hot Work Permit 05-07 (PDF, 86.7 KB)
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