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An excerpt of the Introductory chapter, as well as three case studies, from Net Income Risk Management: How to Minimize Losses Affecting Revenues and Expenses. Published by The National Alliance Research Academy and authored by Richard Rudolph.
Published: 12/12/2012 in Insurance Products
Back in late October, superstorm Sandy stunned the East Coast. The storm’s powerful winds and waves may make Sandy the second most expensive storm in American history, after Hurricane Katrina.
The effects of infrared wavelengths of light were identified by William Herschel in 1800 during an experiment examining heating properties of different wavelengths of light. He split light with a prism and measured the heating properties of different
Best practices white paper for driver risk management and fostering a culture of driver safety.
Awareness and concern for natural hazards has increased significantly, both from internal risk management as well as insurance liability perspectives. Global Risk Consultants (GRC) helps companies identify these exposures and evaluate their severity.
Published: 07/01/2014 in Risk Management
Global Risk Consultants (GRC) responds to client needs through Industry Focus Groups by providing engineers that utilize our existing network along with trained resources to help our client's reduce their level of risk.
Published: 06/02/2014 in Risk Management
Many companies struggle in deciding the most opportune time to start or contract engineering services at their facilities. When is the right time to start thinking about insurance for your company on a long term basis? The answer is now.
White paper on busting three common driver risk management myths that could put your business at risk.
Many companies use third-parties to manufacture or store finished and/or intermediate products. Relying on third-party suppliers can introduce additional risks to your business continuity. Even though these facilities may or may not be treated
Awareness and concern for natural hazards has increased significantly in the past few years, both from internal risk management as well as insurance liability perspectives. Consequently, natural hazard analysis via computer models has been growing.