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March 21, 2019 by Deb Zawisza

Every insurer has some form of loss control or risk engineering function to help customers prevent losses and create a safer environment for their employees. Traditionally, these functions have been staffed with trained engineers who physically inspect properties and worksites to deliver risk control reports. Although valuable, the reports don’t provide real-time insight into what’s happening with workers or the property.