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Risk Control

Preventing and mitigating risk is more than a regulatory obligation. Most importantly, it is a social contract, one that tells your employees that their health and safety matter. And when designed thoughtfully and executed consistently, a risk control plan also helps you protect and grow your company’s bottom line through enhanced productivity, improved product quality, increased employee engagement, reduced workers’ compensation premiums and a favorable reputation.

Your Hylant risk control expert works with you to go beyond Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) compliance. We begin by learning about you and the job you do. Then, we explore your organization and its challenges. Against this backdrop, we thoroughly evaluate your program, including:

  • Injury prevention planning processes
  • Plan implementation and accountability
  • Incident reporting procedures
  • Incident investigation processes
  • Corrective actions
  • Claim management practices

At the end of the risk assessment, you and your Hylant partner have a shared understanding of your organization’s risk control strengths, weaknesses and missed opportunities. We help you understand not only the root causes of identified issues, but also the solutions for eliminating recurrences. More than just compliance and treatment of symptoms, we promote the correction of systemic problems.

If your organization needs help understanding how to implement changes, your Hylant risk control specialist is available to coach and mentor your team as needed. We also can consult and help prepare you in advance for OSHA inspections. In the end, we measure our success by your ability to sustain an ongoing program that strengthens your business and reduces your costs.

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Our experts would love to talk to you about finding the best risk control program for your particular needs.

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