Safety, Risk Management, and Insurance – Improving our working relationships
- Registration and Lunch
January 10, 2019
11:00 am - 11:45 pm
January 10, 2019
11:45 am - 1:30 pm
Panel, Town Hall Style
John Crawmer – Safety Services Supervisor at Pinnacol Assurance
John provides energy, edge and execution in a reliable and respectful manner. His mission is to help identify policyholder risk exposures and provide pragmatic solutions to eliminate and reduce those risks.
Trish Ennis, CSP, ARM, CRIS – Executive Director, Colorado Safety Association
Trish enjoys working with proactive organizations to identify loss exposures and develop risk management policies and procedures to reduce or eliminate these exposures. She recently worked at Holmes Murphy and Associates in the Colorado office as a Senior Loss Control Consultant. Prior to this role Trish spent almost 14 years in the group of companies that became the Willis Denver office (Linden Company, Hobbs Group, HRH then Willis) with a fun 3 years in the middle at Denver Zoo as the Director of Workplace Safety.
Jennifer Berube, Sr. Loss Control Consultant, Lockton Companies
Jenn is a Consultant specializing in national and large loss sensitive accounts. She has worked with clients in many industries such as: health care, food and beverage, construction and manufacturing. Her greatest accomplishments have resulted from working with organizations to collaborate on strategic solutions for loss reduction based on an analysis of organizational management and processes.
Yvonne Miller, Business Development & Relationship Leader, Zurich
Yvonne offers 20 years of service in the insurance industry and eight years of experience in manufacturing/production. Throughout her insurance career, Yvonne has worked in the loss control department and the claims department for Regional and National carriers. Throughout her manufacturing career, Yvonne worked on the production line for Motorola, Coors Brewing Company, and Preferred Medical Products. Currently, Yvonne is working in the Zurich Large Casualty division in the Southwest region.
Moderator Nathan Spencer, CSP – Health & Safety LDS Church, ASSP Region 2 Area B Director.
Years ago, Nate spoke with a university professor that shared a passion for working in the Safety, Health and Environmental field. He left that conversation with stars in his eyes which led to him completing a Bachelor’s degree in the Industrial Hygiene program at Utah State University. Nate is a Certified Safety Professional and Certified Industrial Hygienist and has worked in the EH&S profession for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for 18 years in the which he has provided services to management groups in a variety of workplaces including distribution, printing, agricultural, food processing, university, manufacturing and retail settings. He is originally from the Salt Lake City area and has been an active participant in the local Utah ASSP Chapter.
Please come with all your questions and challenges.