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This page was last updated on March 16, 2014

Field Consultant - Loss Control - Surveying: Regional Reporting Inc. (Philadelphia Area)


Loss Control Field Consultant is primarily responsible for completing surveys on new and renewal business accounts. Field Consultants drive to locations to record visual observations of the interior and exterior of facilities and operations to determine insurance exposures and identify potential improvements. Consultants are assigned reports on a daily or weekly basis, allowing flexibility to make an efficient schedule while prioritizing the availability and needs of our customers.


Position Duties and Responsibilities:


- Recording on site observations in accordance with customer-specific requirements

- Timely completion of assigned property surveys

- Communicating regularly with home office staff to coordinate the completion of surveys in the most cost effective and efficient manner

- Coordinate the time and date of the survey with the site representative

- Preparing and reporting surveys results on an ongoing basis

- Identifying and photographing potential hazards

- Taking measurements and creating diagrams


Job Requirements: The successful candidate must possess:


- Minimum 2 years’ experience conducting insurance casualty/risk assessment surveys

- Bachelor degree

- Ability to work from home

- The ability to multi-task

- Ability to climb ladders

- Valid driver’s license, with acceptable driving record

- PC with a high-speed internet connection

- Digital camera with at least 5 MP’s, and 5x Optical Zoom

- Broad technical background, solid communication and time management skills including exceptional writing ability, organizational skills, and computer skills.

* Designations such as CSP, ARM or related certifications are preferred*




We value our employees’ time and efforts. Our commitment to your success is enhanced by our competitive compensation, extensive benefits package and future growth opportunities within the company. Plus, we work to maintain the best possible environment for our employees where people can learn and grow with the company. We strive to provide a collaborative, creative environment where each person feels encouraged to contribute to our processes, decisions, planning and culture.


Become part of a growing industry! This is an excellent opportunity for individuals who want to set their own schedules and work independently in a growing segment of a vital industry.  To apply please email Jacqueline Galvan, Recruiting and Development Manager at or call 800-359-2979 ext. 321.


Posted March 16, 2014

Safety & Health Administrator/Auditor: Edifice Rx (Philadelphia Area)


Edifice Rx, a healthy building management company located 10 miles northwest of Philadelphia, seeks a part-time safety and health professional to provide coordination of safety program, basic on-site (25%) and in-office tracking of safety audits for offices, warehouses, storage and data centers. Responsibilities include assistance with program development and maintenance, and coordination of safety auditors in locations outside the northeast corridor. Employment may increase to full time based on job performance and client projections. 


The person we are looking for will have the following attributes:

·         Excellent work style and ethics

·         Natural adeptness with details

·         Ability to work independently

·         Excellent organizational skills

·         Excellent communications skills

·         1 – 5 years experience in safety administration

·         Relevant safety-related certification




·         Degreed safety professional

·         Strong knowledge of OSHA compliance and other safety regulatory agency compliance.


Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:


·         Coordinate remote field auditors and audit process

·         Assist on-site safety and health team with audits

·         Document and report safety data

·         Coordination with management

·         Development of varied safety documents

·          Very strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office, especially Excel to update safety matrix data.


Contact:  Katherine Wilde – cell 215.901.3583 – office 610.567.0202 ext 204 -


Posted March 3, 2014

Sr. Operational Risk Management Specialist: New Jersey American Water (Delran, NJ)


Primary Role:   Assist in the areas of safety & health claims administration, insurance services and loss control.  Recommend, develop and implement appropriate programs and activities that enhance the safety and health of Company employees, as well as minimize the Company's exposure to loss.


Key Accountabilities:

Develop and implement (including delivery of) educational training programs and activities that help develop and improve the safety process within the company and to ensure compliance with federal state and local regulations.

Develop and implement the use of regulatory compliance programs, including investigating new technologies, providing professional review and recommendations for the purchase of tools, materials and equipment that will enhance safety performance throughout the organization.

Conducts safety audits and inspections to identify hazards and deficiencies that expose the company to loss or failure to comply with regulatory requirements. Compile, analyze, and interpret data related to safety training and performance to measure the effectiveness of existing programs.

Provide assistance and expertise in accident/claim investigation and claims management, when required, and make recommendations to prevent reoccurrences.



Knowledge of Company Risk Management Policies and Procedures.

Knowledge of federal, state and local regulations applicable to safety and health field.

Working knowledge of the various functional areas and their role in the organization, including operating procedures of the Company

Working knowledge of federal, state and local regulations, as well as a working knowledge of the various functional areas of a water utility, so as to develop and implement appropriate risk management activities associated with departmental goals.

Demonstrated understanding of a water utility operation, knowledge, of and ability to, integrate regulatory requirements into the training and development of all operating unit employees


Experience:    Minimum 5 years experience in safety/loss control in a related industry or municipal operation


Education:    Associate level degree required in a related field, i.e safety/loss control.  Bachelor's level degree preferred


Work Environment:  Varies by task; environment does include field work; driving and working outdoors


Travel Requirements:   Primarily limited to within Region. Some overnight travel may be required. Must be flexible


To apply, please visit our website at:


American Water is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation or sex. American Water promotes affirmative action for minorities, women, disabled persons, and veterans


Posted February 9, 2014

Safety Trainer: Trico Lift (Mickelton, NJ)
Trico Lift is a rapidly growing, reputable equipment company with an immediate need of a Safety Trainer. The person who successfully fills this position will have an opportunity to join Trico Lift as it becomes an even larger player in the access equipment market.  We offer more than a job; we offer a promising career launch.  
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Develop, organize, conduct, and coordinate training programs which will increase proficiency in safe practices and promote safety consciousness.

  • Conduct all customer and employee aerial work platform and rough terrain forklift operator training throughout the Mid-Atlantic region.

  • Customizes training presentations to ensure effectiveness and understanding for employees and customers.

  • Plans and implements safety policies and procedures in compliance with local, state, and federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rules and regulations.

  • Provide training quotes to customers as needed.

  • Ensures all required regulatory/company training is completed and is properly documented.

  • Promote operating training courses within region and coordinate schedule with appropriate branch or company Account Manager.

  • Meet and exceed monthly revenue training goals.

  • Provide new employee health and safety orientations, and develop materials for these presentations.

  • Educate and train new drivers on DOT regulations, winch operation and proper load securement procedures.

  • Establish training effectiveness guidelines and monitor and track all training completed


Knowledge/Skills/Ability and Qualifications

  • 7-10 years of construction equipment training experience is required.

  • Expert knowledge of Genie and JLG aerial work platforms and rough terrain forklifts.

  • Knowledge of construction industry operations, materials and methods is required.

  • Certified Safety Professional, Construction Health and Safety Technician, or other similar safety designation desired.

  • Must occasionally lift and/or move up to 75 pounds, stand, walk and observe work/construction sites, bend and climb ladders/stairs.

  • Must have the ability to meet with employees on a regular basis and effectively deliver safety presentations, training, review operational processes, and motivate employees.

  • Excellent knowledge of federal, state and local EPA, OSHA and DOT regulations.

  • Must be able to travel throughout the Mid-Atlantic region (Northern New Jersey to Washington DC) as needed.  

  • Excellent communication and organizational skills.

  • Proficient in using Microsoft computer software, Outlook and the Internet.


Ability to travel throughout the tri-state area required. Compensation commensurate with experience. 


If interested, please send a resume and salary requirements to Noemi Tavarez at or call 1.856.776.2350 extension 1373.




Posted January 12, 2014

Risk Specialist: Old Republic Construction Program Group (ORCPG) (Philadelphia, PA)



Our Risk Resources team is looking for an experienced Loss Control / Risk Specialist to service our large construction contractor clients by providing consultation services to augment our client’s efforts in reducing and controlling losses.


Duties and Responsibilities

  • Deliver quality safety consultation services for clients including field safety audits focused on evaluating job operations for compliance and program implementation.

  • Develop and implement recommendations to clients to improve overall safety. systems/programs and delivery of professional training services focused on construction and other safety topics pertinent to client operations.

  • Create and maintain policies to comply with safety legislation and industry practices.

  • Develop, direct and implement safety, regulatory, and best practice risk management programs and strategies.

  • Provide technical advice and account information to Underwriting for risk assessment and analysis.

  • Coordinate and develop effective risk identification, assessment, response planning, monitoring and control.

  • Travel up to 30% in assigned geographic area.


Qualifications, Knowledge and Experience

To perform this job successfully, an individual must possess strong analytical, organizational and prioritization skills (including all necessary follow-ups). This individual should be able to work independently and/or as part of a team to meet established deadlines.


The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills and/or ability required. 

  • Minimum of five (5) years construction or other loss control work or related experience with a proven record of accomplishment working for a carrier and/or broker with a construction focus.

  • Bachelors degree from an accredited college or university in Occupational Safety or related discipline is preferred.

  • Completion of (or progression toward) Construction Safety & Health Technologist (CSHT) certification or Certified Safety Professional (C.S.P.) and Property and Casualty Broker’s License.

  • Demonstrated ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing; to develop and conduct presentations for safety training purposes; to prepare administrative and technical reports.

  • Knowledge and understanding of principles, practices and procedures of loss control including casualty and workers compensation; operational characteristics, services and activities of a loss control and safety program.

  • Possess understanding of modern principles and practices of Safety Program development and administration.

  • Experience with hazard analysis and exposure control solutions, legal principles pertaining to general liability, fleet safety, and worker’s compensation issues.

  • Grasp of pertinent Federal, State and Local laws, codes and regulations including safety, health and environmental laws and regulations.

  • Proficient in general computer skills, Microsoft Office Suite, internet and claim information systems.



We recognize that professional, talented people are attracted to companies that provide comprehensive benefits packages opportunities. For this reason we offer a Comprehensive Benefits Plan that includes the following:

  • Medical Coverage

  • Dental Care Coverage

  • Vision Care Coverage

  • Employee and Dependent Life Insurance

  • Disability Insurance

  • Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance

  • Flexible Spending Accounts

  • Work/Life Resources

  • 401k/ESSOP

  • Paid Vacation

  • Tuition Reimbursement

  • Career Education Certifications

  • Transit Commuter Benefits

  • Discount Fitness Memberships


About Us

A subsidiary of Old Republic International Corporation (ORI), Old Republic Construction Program Group (ORCPG) is a leading domestic commercial construction underwriting company.


Our foundation, set in 1996, was built to provide quality insurance products and services exclusively for the construction industry. Over a decade later, we have become a well-respected national multi-line construction group. We offer highly specialized underwriting, claims handling, and risk-control services for contractors and construction projects.


OCPRG delivers breakthrough solutions tailored to insure the most diverse construction risks. Behind it is the expertise and insight that inspires confidence — and true partnership. Our staff has energy, expert knowledge and an entrepreneurial spirit. Our driving focus is to create value for our clients.


Headquartered in Pasadena, California, we re-engineered our business strategically from a “boutique” to an "industry leader” with over 100 employees and operations in Pasadena, CA, New York, NY, Chicago, IL, Dallas, TX, Kansas City, KS and Atlanta, GA.


ORCPG is an equal opportunity employer M/F/V/D

Principals only. Recruiters/Headhunters please do not reply or submit resumes

Local candidates only (Philadelphia, Southern NJ Area)


Submit resumes to
For more information, visit our website at


Posted December 22 2013

Safety and Risk Manager: CTDI (West Chester , PA)


SUMMARY:    This position requires a success-oriented individual who is prepared to use progressive thinking to ensure the protection of CTDI’s physical and human assets.  This role is responsible for overseeing the development of current safety, loss prevention, compliance and insurance practices, as well as implement future controls for the Corporation.



  • Ensuring OSHA/regulatory compliance and reporting

  • Coordinating safety training (including CPR and First Aid certifications) as well as leading safety committees, organizing wellness programs and the annual health fair

  • Manage multi-state workers compensation claims and return to work program

  • Administering automotive and all other property and liability claims issues

  • Analyzing exposures and recommend risk reduction measures for loss prevention, which includes managing security staff (both in-house and contract), and acting as liaison with customer’s upper management to ensure customer expectations are met

  • Developing relationships with brokers and carriers to obtain insurance where needed (Property insurance, liability protection, crime, fiduciary, D&O and EPL), negotiate programs and costs, and coordinate renewal processes



  • 7+ years of relevant experience in safety and risk functions with proven success in process development and improvement.

  • Multi-state worker’s compensation program management experience.

  • Experience developing and maintaining all facets of corporate insurance program

  • Travel flexibility (less than 10%)

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher is preferred

  • Career related certifications (OSHA, CSP, CRM, ARM) a plus

  • Engaging management style with excellent interpersonal skills



Lindsey Hammond, Employment Manager:


Posted December 21 2013

EHS Manager: BakerCorp (Philadelphia, PA)


BAKERCORP is all about PEOPLE, EQUIPMENT and SOLUTIONS. That’s why we’re a premier equipment rental and sales organization. It’s why we’ve experienced continuous growth over the last several years. Excellent total compensation opportunity plus competitive benefits package consisting of medical, dental, vision, life, & LTD insurance, profit-sharing, tuition reimbursement, a 401(k) program with company match, paid vacation, paid holidays, EAP and more!



Safety/ Risk Management/Compliance

  • Ensure compliance with Safety/Compliance Program within division

  • Review Safety Activity Reports

  • Review behavior observations – reports and trends

  • Shop/Truck Inspections

  • Review and follow up on accident investigation reports

  • Conduct periodic investigations (more serious accidents/injuries)

  • Conduct periodic safety audits at branches during the year

  • Develop Safety training material as needed

  • Conduct safety related training with managers

  • Ensure compliance with OSHA regulations and other regulatory agencies

  • Special safety related projects

  • Develop additional Safety Meeting topics

  • Evaluate all environmental and D.O.T. compliance issues in coordination with branch management and Operations field support

  • Partner with the branches within division to manage programs, policies, processes in support of environmental strategies for waste management, minimization and pollution prevention

  • Ensures that as compliance initiatives are identified or implemented, the appropriate training is planned and delivered



  • Bachelor’s degree in occupational safety or similar degree

  • 5-10 years of experience in safety, environmental and DOT programs

  • Understands U.S. Environmental and D.O.T. laws and can interpret the requirements into specific compliance activities.

  • Knowledge of OSHA regulations

  • Knowledge of federal, state, and local laws regulating environmental, health, safety processes, transportation.

  • Environmental remediation, waste disposal, and transportation of hazardous materials experience.

  • Able to communicate concepts to all levels so they understand problems and potential solutions.

  • Strong organization and planning skills

  • Strong communication and presentation skills (written and oral)

  • Knowledge and understanding of our business and branch operations - desirable

  • Travel to branches within division up to 45%-50% of the time or as needed

  • Ability to think creatively and innovatively about solutions

  • Flexibility to change direction easily and quickly

  • Proficient in MS Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint


For more information, please contact Sinclair Dickerson (


Posted December 15 2013

Part Time Independent Loss Control Consultants: Alexander & Schmidt


Alexander & Schmidt, a loss control services company, is seeking experienced part time independent loss control consultants in your area to conduct commercial insurance loss control surveys. Coverages involved are Property, General Liability, Products, Fleet, and Workers' Compensation.
Become part of a growing industry! This is an excellent opportunity for individuals who want to set their own schedules and work independently in a growing segment of a vital industry.  To apply please visit our website at

- Contacting insured or prospective accounts
- Identifying loss producing conditions
- Investigating the causes
- Developing actions or programs that will reduce the probability or minimize the seriousness of losses
Successful candidates will have a broad technical background, solid communication skills including exceptional writing ability, organizational skills, and computer skills.  Professional certifications, CSP, ALCM and/or ARM are preferred, but not required.
About Alexander & Schmidt
Alexander & Schmidt is a provider of risk and loss control services to the property and casualty insurance industry.  Services are provided throughout the United States with headquarters in Yarmouth, Maine. 
We are in our 27th year of business and have established an unsurpassed reputation for excellence in the insurance industry. Please visit our web site for more information.


Posted December 15 2013

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