Apr 27 2017 - Apr 27 2017
This webinar is presented by the CPCU Society and the Claims and Loss Control Interest Groups.
Safe Tech: New Horizons for Loss Control and Risk Management
Thursday, April 27, 2017 2:00 pm Eastern
What it’s about:
Not so long ago, loss control representatives were equipped with a camera and pen. Little did anyone know that amazing tech changes were being developed to combat sinister hazards plaguing insureds.
At the conclusion of this webinar, the active participant will understand:
- The evolution of the loss control discipline
- Automobile risk management technological enhancements
- Property risk management innovations
- Cutting edge worker safety technologies
Who should attend:
This program will benefit loss control professionals, risk managers, underwriters, claims professionals and IT professionals.
CPCU Society members: FREE
Group Pricing (Unlimited Participants at One Location):
CPCU Society members: FREE
Non-CPCU Society Members: To purchase this recorded webinar, please contact MemberResources@theinstitutes.org
CPCUs who attend will be awarded one credit hour towards the CE for CPCUs program. Learn more about Continuing Education for CPCUs here.
Paul Samson is the director of Loss Control Services for Nationwide Insurance. He has spent more than 20 years serving the needs of his middle-market customers within the Property and Casualty and Workers Compensation insurance industry. Paul holds numerous credentials, including the CPCU, ARM, Certified Safety Professional, Certified Fire Protection Specialist, Certified Life Safety Code, Level I Thermographer, Level I Fire Fighter, and Authorized Outreach Trainer, as well as being a licensed claims adjuster and property and casualty broker.
Denise Brown, CPCU, AINS, AIC
Denise Brown is vice president and executive claims consultant for InterWest Insurance Services, LLC. Working for InterWest for the past 26 years, she has held a variety of claims-focused positions that have given her the opportunity to develop technical expertise in handling the majority of claims-related situations that InterWest clients experience. In her current position, Brown is responsible for the oversight of claims for InterWest's largest clients, including privacy insurance and data breach losses.
Webinar Additional Information
When will I receive the log in link for the live webinar?
The login link for each live webinar will be sent by email 24 hours prior and again 1 hour prior to the live webinar.
I registered last minute or lost my log in link, can I still join the webinar?
If you are registering for a webinar less than 1 hour before the webinar is scheduled to begin or if you have lost your log in link, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and staff will respond immediately with the log in link.
How long are CPCU Society webinars?
One hour, on average.
Can I view a recording of the webinar if I missed the live event?
Yes. If you have registered for the live webinar, you will receive the recording by email once the webinar has concluded. You can also watch past recorded webinars in the CPCU Society Knowledge Center.
What webinar platform does the CPCU Society use?
The CPCU Society uses Cisco WebEx for all webinar presentations. Please take a moment to ensure your system's compatibility with Webex using the link below. Test WebEx on your computer: http://www.webex.com/test-meeting.html
How do I report my CE for CPCUs credit?
Webinars count for 1 hour of CE for CPCUs credit. Your credit will be automatically reported with your registration for a live webinar. You can also earn CE for CPCUs credit by viewing recorded webinars though the Knowledge Center. All webinars watched in the Knowledge Center will be automatically reported for 1 credit.
Are CPCU Society webinars approved for state licensure CE?
At this time none of the webinars are approved for CE in any state.