Value Added


Value = Service / Cost

Adding value to your risk engineering services (or your loss prevention programs) is first analyzing the value it brings to customers and what it costs to produce.

Who are the customers in the insurance chain: Insurers - Brokers - Risk Managers - Insured?

And what are the expectations and priorities of each (sometimes conflicting)?


How do we use current tools (Internet - Intranet - Online media ...)?

How do we take advantage from the existing HSE group organization and its local representatives?

How do we control the confidentiality of technical or commercial information given to the insurance market?

brainstormingThese are the main topics in a value analysis approach.

Action is conducted by brainstorming sessions, interactive quizzes, and feedback, all in an iterative approach.

With a long experience of value analysis applied to industrial equipment and services.

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