With continued economic headwinds ahead, the need to effectively manage risk and the impact of the Total Cost of Risk (TCoR) is paramount for every organization. Manufacturers and automotive companies, in particular, face increasing variable loss costs, such as medical costs associated with worker's compensation claims that impact the bottom line, disrupt production, and have a lasting effect on worker morale. During this webinar, attendees will learn how data and analytics can help manufacturers:
- Proactively and strategically address variable loss costs
- Assess risk appetites
- Uncover exposures to insurable risk
- Maximize ROI of insurance spend
Marsh experts will showcase how to apply and use analytics platforms for your health and safety management program to uncover insights into the most pressing casualty-related business risks — and build roadmaps for better outcomes. Using the data assessments, companies can implement corrective actions, make changes that positively impact your workforce and operations, manage volatility while enhancing business culture, and, ultimately, protect the bottom line, which is necessary to succeed in today’s work environment.
Join us on March 8 for tactics and tools to properly manage your TCoR and help your organization reduce risk exposure, improve profitability, and strengthen organizational resilience.
Managing Director, U.S. Manufacturing & Automotive Practice Leader, Marsh
David Carlson leads the U.S. Manufacturing and Automotive Industry Practice for Marsh and is based in Cleveland. He is responsible for building and growing the practice and ensuring consistent delivery of Marsh’s industry-leading products and solutions to address the seismic shifts that innovation and the mobility ecosystem are bringing to Marsh’s manufacturing and automotive clients on a global basis.
David joined Marsh in 2003 as a Risk Consultant focused on the Manufacturing & Automotive sector. He previously spent five years as the Group Manager of environmental, health and safety for an international manufacturer of specialty fasteners. Through his career he has gained experience developing and implementing environmental, health and safety and risk management programs for reducing the “total cost of risk” for various manufacturing operations domestically and internationally. This includes coordinating regulatory compliance activities for ten manufacturing facilities across the globe with regard to OSHA, EPA, ISO 14001, and other applicable governing agencies.
Vice President, Marsh Advisory Consulting Solutions
Stuart Ziener is a consultant with Marsh Advisory Consulting Solutions, Workforce Strategies Practice based in Chicago. Stuart is responsible for assisting clients with their loss control and risk management programs and strategies to help them achieve safety excellence. With an extensive knowledge of working with clients in various industry sectors including, manufacturing, transportation, retail, healthcare, events and hospitality, Stuart enables clients to identify opportunities within their safety management system that can produce immediate results. In addition to assisting clients with risk assessment, program development and training, Stuart also provides post injury management consultancy to businesses that are looking to improve their claims management practices.
Senior Vice President, Analytics Solutions, Marsh Advisory, North America
Continuing Education Credits
In order to best meet our members’ needs for continuing education, Manufacturers Alliance is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA), as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. For this event:
- Participants will earn approximately 1.0 CPE credit
- Fields of study: Finance
- The delivery method is: Group Internet Based
Manufacturers Alliance is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA), as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: https://www.nasbaregistry.org.
The program knowledge level is intermediate. No advanced preparation is required and there are no additional prerequisites.