Loss Control (WorkSafe) Consultant

Company Name:
Accident Fund Insurance Company of America
Responsible for providing consultation to employers regarding safety matters. Develop business partnership and ambassador-type relationship with insured policyholders. Evaluate physical premises, equipment, materials, work practices, and safety policies and programs. Conduct safety surveys of employers' premises to gather information to assist in risk selection as an integral part of the underwriting process. Work with management to develop WorkSafe strategies that will have the greatest impact on company success measures.
Manages territory of assigned accounts/policyholders and ensures each one gets the appropriate level of service based on premium amount and employer size.
Reviews and analyzes workplace hazards and provides recommendations to reduce or eliminate hazards. Provides standardized safety policies and procedures to employers.
Researches, develops and implements safety and accident prevention policies for policyholders in compliance with local, state and federal rules and regulations.
Identifies needs and advises policyholder management on the development and implementation of effective WorkSafe programs and activities.
Surveys premises of insured employer to provide consultation and to detect existing or potential hazards.
Conducts post-accident investigation and/or assessments.
Recommends corrective or preventative measures regarding safety matters with insured and potential insured policyholders.
Gathers and communicates pertinent safety information to assist in the risk selection part of the underwriting process.
Works in conjunction with Business Development Consultants and Regional Management to develop WorkSafe service plan.
Services accounts based on established criteria and within letter of authority.
Coordinates policyholder visits with Business Development (Marketing and Underwriting) and Claims.
Prepares and delivers thorough written reports with recommendations after completion of site visits.
Conducts training needs analysis with management and/or safety teams of insured policyholders.
Assists with the development of safety brochures, materials and exhibits for promotion and display.
Develop, implement and conduct safety training programs at policyholder facilities, safety conferences, seminars, and other industry-related education and training programs.
Represent company in community and industry safety groups, programs and conferences.
Keeps abreast of current developments of training, safety and accident prevention programs.
Maintains and applies knowledge of Company underwriting and claims guidelines
Formulates general safety guidelines to be followed by company personnel or customer agencies in compliance with local, state and federal rules and regulations, including the OSHA and ADA laws.
Works with minimum supervision and exercises sufficient discretion and independent judgment
Bachelor's degree in occupational or industrial safety or a related field. Progress toward, or completion of, industry recognized professional designations (i.e., CSP, ALCM, ARM, PE) preferred. Certified Safety Professional (CSP), required within 2 years of hire.
Minimum of three years WorkSafe experience, which provides the necessary skills, knowledge, and abilities required. Workers Compensation insurance experience required.
This position will be a field position working primarily throughout Kansas, with coverage of western Missouri and the Kansas City metro area. The ideal candidate residence would be located within eastern Kansas. Travel required of up to 60 to 80%, by auto. Occasional overnight travel will be required. Company fleet car provided. Field position operating under our remote worker policy and based in candidate's home office.
For consideration, please submit resume in Word format and cover letter and complete application online.
see www.afhi.com, position number 13-175, WorkSafe Consultant

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