Risk management is a critical part to every company and encompasses a wide variety of business practices. It’s more than looking at safety issues; it includes insurance, contracts, and regulatory compliance. This webinar is a discussion about the basics of risk management.
Sean PurcellEastern Regional Manager of Risk ManagementBuilders Mutual Insurance CompanyRaleigh, N.C.
Sean Purcell is passionate about providing safe workplaces in the construction industry. He believes that with proper training, policyholders can reduce injuries, lower insurance rates, prevent OSHA violations and avoid lawsuits. Purcell is a master instructor of OSHA 10-Hour, Safety Pays: A Practical Approach to Safety on Your Jobsite, Fall Protection and other risk recognition and avoidance programs. Bringing more than nine years of expertise as a safety director for a workers’ compensation company, Purcell easily translates his expertise into loss reduction, thereby maximizing builder profitability.
J. Bradley SimonsVice President/Magleby Professional ServicesMagleby ConstructionLindon, Utah
Brad Simons is the CFO of Magleby Construction, a custom home building company in Utah. Prior to joining Magleby Construction, Simons served as President of Cottage Homes and as Utah Division President of Woodside Homes, a regional production home builder, and as CFO of Utah Business Insurance Company, a worker's compensation carrier that he and other builders started. Simons presents at seminars and industry events on business operations, accounting and project management topics. He has served as president of his local HBA, is a Life Director for NAHB, and is Board Vice President of the Utah County Habitat for Humanity.
Marcia Childs800-368-5242, x8388
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