Risk Engineering

A Dedicated Partnership Focusing on Your Risk Management Priorities

Crum & Forster’s consultative Risk Engineers understand your business and are at your service. We partner with our customers to provide a full portfolio of casualty and property loss mitigation services that align with your company’s risk management goals and culture. Our Risk Engineers, located throughout the U.S., have the experience, training, and professionalism to provide risk management solutions to meet your business needs and contribute to your success. Please contact us for resources, training, or risk assessment and improvement support.

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Louise Vallee
Vice President, Risk Engineering
Commercial Lines

Risk Engineering Overview

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Industry-Focused Expertise

Our highly experienced Risk Engineers have specialized technical expertise, and we serve as a vital resource for our policyholders and brokers. We offer dedicated support to Middle Market clients in the following industries, as well as Risk Management clients that have loss-sensitive insurance programs.

  • Commercial Real Estate
  • Hospitality (hotels and restaurants)
  • Manufacturing
  • Retail Merchandise Stores
  • Risk Management
  • Wholesale & Distribution
  • Other Industries, including Staffing

Our “all lines” portfolio of Risk Engineering services offers something for everyone. We employ practical, solutions-oriented approaches that specifically target your loss sources to help protect essential human and physical assets.

Risk Engineering Services

At Crum & Forster, we take a proactive approach, working with our insureds to formulate strategies for accident prevention and loss control.

Our Risk Engineering team provides recommendations to help you strengthen existing safety programs and protect your employees, your property and your community.

Safe from the Start

C&F Risk Engineering helps our clients “go the distance” to drive down fleet accidents with our new fleet liability risk improvement program.

Your Empowered Safety Program (YES)

Targets actual and potential loss sources and solutions and offers a portfolio of “in demand” services.

Property Protection Partners (P3)

Risk Engineering partnership actively supports client fire, water damage, and catastrophe property loss prevention and business continuity.

Additional Risk Engineering Services

  • Safety Training & Safety Meetings
  • C&F Loss Analysis Executive Summary & Detail Reports
  • Safety Alerts & Safety Guides
  • Safety Videos & Course Materials
  • Online Sprinkler Impairment Program
  • Return-to-Work Programs
  • Discounts on Safety Resources
    • IntelliCorp Background Checks
    • SafetyFirst Fleet 1-800 Program (How’s My Driving?)
    • Lytx DriveCam
    • Azuga GPS Fleet Tracking and Dashcam System
    • Rosco Dual Vision Fleet Management System
    • Shoes for Crews and more

To learn more, email RiskEngineeringHelp@cfins.com.

Safety Training on Demand

Crum & Forster policyholders have complimentary access to online safety training programs, including a streaming platform and a comprehensive training library of over 700 videos with more than 450 also available in Spanish from Streamery (formerly known as Training Network Now). Topics include:

  • Driving Safety
  • Emergency Preparedness
  • Fire Evacuation & Prevention
  • Office Safety
  • Industrial Safety
  • Slips, Trips & Falls
  • Workplace Violence and many more

For information about this program, email RiskEngineeringHelp@cfins.com.

This overview is provided for informational purposes only and is not intended to be a representation of coverage that may exist in any particular situation under a policy issued by one of the companies within Crum & Forster. All conditions of coverage, terms, and limitations are defined and provided for in the policy. These materials were developed as a general guide to safety from sources believed to be reliable and is not intended to provide legal, technical or other professional advice. These materials are not intended to replace any training or education that users may wish or need to provide to their personnel. Crum & Forster does not endorse any of the vendors listed, nor does it endorse the information, products or services that they offer or provide. Compliance with all Federal, State or local laws and regulations remain the policyholder’s responsibility.