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Facing off against a pandemic, these risk managers were in the front lines, protecting clients, employees and the bottom line.
When staff reductions and organizational change made strong leadership imperative, Amanda Lagatta rose to the challenge.
The 2014 Risk All Stars overcame challenges through exceptional problem-solving, creativity, perseverance and passion.
Solutions that benefited employees and communities garnered these Responsibility Leader® designations.
FM Global’s Janine Pitocco stresses early reporting of unsafe conditions.
David Hershey told the carriers to change their ways when they attempted to alter a key notification requirement.
Educating employees about cyber risks — and launching a surprise DDoS attack — helps organizational security.
Zach Gifford addressed serious sports safety issues for Cal State University.
Jeff Driver’s new risk retention group looks like a winner.
Patty Hostine kept injured workers working and kept the company from drowning in claims costs.
By his actions both before and after Hurricane Sandy, Richard Pcihoda successfully mitigated the damaging storm’s impact.
Breaking down silos in a very large company took loads of determination and is resulting into a “deeper dive” into the company’s risks.
Elizabeth Ruff has developed a reputation as a “difference-maker.” It began with wrestling an unruly lost-time culture to the ground.
Dr. Frank Tomecek is using advanced diagnostics to reduce surgery frequency.
Tim Davidson completely overhauled his company’s return-to-work program.
Stopping distracted driving meant establishing actionable guidelines for disciplinary action.
Despite taking on the work of two men, Dan Holden excelled in his role as risk manager, saving his company millions in short order.
Risk All Stars stand out from their peers by overcoming challenges through exceptional problem-solving, creativity, perseverance and passion.
Devising and communicating training programs in the hazardous timber industry has substantially reduced injuries.
The mutual brings more affordable coverage and comprehensive risk management to a group of technical colleges.
Employers need to prepare to view case files effectively.