Loss Control Services - Real Estate Industry
Chubb’s Loss Control Services risk engineers work closely with real estate companies to help prevent or mitigate losses that
could cripple an organization. Chubb’s network of risk engineers are located in more than 28 countries and seamlessly deliver
worldwide account coordination, ensuring consistency and quality wherever your real estate properties exist.
Chubb’s loss control account coordinators work with both customer and agency loss prevention teams to tailor loss control
programs that complement the customer’s current risk management program. With services like specialized assistance in disaster
planning; fire prevention, detection and suppression; preventive maintenance planning; life safety assessments; slip/trip
and fall prevention programs; parking lot lighting surveys; security assessments; and contractor management, Chubb’s risk
engineers help real estate companies in their efforts to identify potential hazards and eliminate common causes of loss.
From sprinkler system design to monitoring system impairments, Chubb’s risk engineers have deep and broad skills in fire science
and building utility systems, as well as hands-on experience with fire protection systems and nondestructive testing methods.
Our risk engineers proactively analyze a customer’s business methods, facilities, physical operations, and business continuity
plans to help ensure better property protection and help avoid costly losses.
Machinery breakdown inspection services are an inseparable and invaluable aspect of Boiler & Machinery insurance in the United
States and abroad. Jurisdictional inspections and machinery breakdown loss prevention guidance is provided by our dedicated,
board-certified inspectors throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Often times, safety problems are only uncovered after real estate companies are placed on formal notice by attorneys. Chubb’s
loss control risk engineers take the time to thoroughly survey the premises to uncover issues that can injure tenants and
- Life Safety Evaluations
- Security Assessments
- Liquor Liability and Special Events
- Housekeeping Programs
- Sidewalk and Parking Lot Loss Prevention
- Contractor Management
Worker safety issues must not be overlooked. For example, maintenance staff must ensure that safe work practices are followed
to prevent costly and debilitating injuries. Chubb risk engineers evaluate safe ladder use, slip/trip and fall prevention,
lifting/manual material handling, ergonomics and landscaping/snow removal hazards. Other areas of worker safety include incident
investigations, hazard communication (chemicals), lockout/tagout for power tools and vehicle safety.
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