Tina Minter is a Senior Workers Compensation Specialist located in Milwaukee, WI who is responsible for providing risk engineering assistance and support to large commercial clients. She has over 26 years of experience improving loss experience and safety efforts within the workplace and has been employed by Chubb since 1994.
Her specialty is working with workers compensation clients providing risk engineering services to address leading loss indicators while assisting clients in proactive risk reduction. She works with clients providing industrial and office ergonomic work assessments, program development and training in an effort to reduce and minimize potential injury exposures. She is part of Chubb’s national ergonomic team working to develop client resources and to further promote ergonomic skills among the Risk Engineering department.
Tina has conducted industrial hygiene sampling for numerous contaminants that present significant occupational health hazards to clients and developed control techniques to reduce overexposures.
Tina has presented a wide range of ergonomic and safety topics at national conferences held by the American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) and the Applied Ergonomics Conference (AEC). She is a co-chair of the Programs Committee for the AEC.
Thomas began his Risk Engineering Career with Chubb in 1991 in the San Francisco Office and has spent his career supporting clients in Northern California. He enjoys working with clients in all industries, but has established expertise with winery, food processing, social media and hospitality clients.
In 2006 he was awarded the Workers’ Compensation Specialist designation for the Pacific Region. In this role, he supports Chubb’s larger and more complex clients by reviewing and refining clients’ safety and risk management programs, assessing ergonomic exposures and performing industrial hygiene monitoring.
Leadership responsibilities include supporting the local Risk Engineering team with training and mentoring while also working with the Risk Engineering Home Office team developing resources and training.
In 2018, Thomas was selected to join the National Ergonomics Team. This team directs Chubb’s ergonomic policies, develops internal training and ergonomic resources for our clients.
He has presented numerous client training sessions over his career as well as at the Applied Ergonomics Conference in 2019.
Christina Roll is a Worker’s Compensation Specialist within Chubb Risk Engineering Services, based in Atlanta, GA. Christina started her career over 15 years ago as an environmental health and safety consultant and eventually safety management and leadership as a civilian with the US Marine Corps. She has been with Chubb Risk Engineering Services since 2012. Due to her experience and unique skillset, Christina specializes in workplace hazard identification, evaluation, mitigation and control in a wide variety of industries, including construction, hospitality, manufacturing and public services.
Christina is responsible for collaborating with clients to identify sources of loss, and then assisting with development of actions to accomplish their goals to mitigate those loss sources.
In her role at Chubb, Christina serves as a Client Service Account Coordinator for seven key accounts in the Southeast region. Christina also collaborates on Home Office projects, including revisions to workers compensation survey guidelines, technical resources, customer reference documents, and training/development. Christina is the primary resource for disseminating those resources throughout the Southeast Risk Engineering Team.
Christina is only one of six Certified Industrial Hygienists within Chubb Risk Engineering. Christina serves in volunteer leadership roles at the local and global level of ASSP and continues to provide further training and development to colleagues around the nation through her presentations and speaking engagements during ASSP conferences.
Jennifer is a Senior Property and Casualty Risk Engineer located in Chicago, IL. Jennifer has been a Chubb employee for over 10 years and a Risk Engineer for 6 years with a focus on providing best practices on proper body mechanics, slip/fall prevention, safety program development including OSHA training, accident investigation, and claim analysis.
Jennifer is a well-rounded Risk Engineer that provides services to clients on property exposures, workers’ compensation, commercial auto, and general liability with added focus on office and industrial ergonomics for the hospitality, manufacturing and professional services industries. Jennifer is responsible for coordinating Risk Engineering Services for Chubb multi-location accounts.
Jennifer started her career at Chubb as a Senior Premium Auditor where she was responsible for conducting insurance premium audits to determine the accuracy of policy classifications and premium calculations.
Jennifer is an active member of the Society of Casualty Safety Engineers and the American Society of Safety Professionals. In addition, she is an Accredited Office Ergonomics Evaluator.
Craig Tuokkola is a property specialist based out of Chicago, IL servicing the upper Midwest. Craig has been in insurance risk engineering since 1990 and a property specialist since 1995. Craig began his career at Chubb in 1993.
Craig has attended numerous training courses through the National Fire Protection Association and Society of Fire Protection Engineers. He has also taken several Masters level fire protection engineering courses from Worchester Polytechnic Institute.
Craig’s current role includes evaluation and servicing of large customers in a variety of industries that include healthcare, industrial, food processing, ethanol, biodiesel, warehousing, sporting venues and power generation. He has travelled throughout the United States providing consultative services to locations up to and exceeding $1 billion in values.
Craig also plays a key role in the training of new consultants in property conservation, writing of internal standards and consulting with less experienced staff. He has performed numerous training programs including presenting at the National Fire Protection Association annual conference.
Christopher Drobny is a Property Specialist based on Los Angeles, CA, responsible for providing risk engineering assistance and support to large commercial clients. Christopher has over 25 years of commercial insurance experience evaluating risk and assisting clients with property and fire protection risk mitigation. Christopher has been employed by Chubb since 1997, following the beginning of his loss control career at Industrial Risk Insurers.
Christopher’s current responsibilities are as the senior property specialist assisting large clients on complex property issues, providing risk engineering services at client facilities, providing continuing education to Chubb risk engineers, and developing internal technical guidance.
Christopher is also an FAA licensed pilot for small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS) using drone technology to assist in water intrusion through roofs and rooftop solar photovoltaic system evaluations.
As a fire protection specialist, Christopher has been a principal technical committee member serving on the National Fire Protection Association 51B Standard for Fire Prevention During Welding, Cutting, and Other Hot Work since 2008.
Christopher regularly provides training and seminars relating to fire protection, having been a guest speaker at insurance brokerages, trade association meetings, and the American Society of Safety Professional annual conference.
Christopher O’Shell is a Property Specialist based in Phoenix, AZ who is responsible for providing risk engineering assistance and support to commercial clients. Christopher has 34 years of commercial insurance experience evaluating risk and assisting clients with their risk management programs. Christopher has been employed by Chubb since 1986.
Christopher works with large clients on complex property issues, providing risk engineering services that address the primary sources of property loss. For example, services include water fabrication fire protection assessments, ESFR sprinklers and warehouse fire protection, hydraulic oil fire exposures, data center fire protection, hospital fire protection and rooftop solar arrays.
Christopher provides in house training and consultation to Chubb Risk Engineering staff team members on a variety of property-based topics such as fire pumps, water supplies, warehousing fire protection and combustible dust. Christopher has authored in house technical bulletins that provide assessment guidance to staff members.
Christopher has a regular role in writing, updating and presenting Chubb Risk Engineering Center fire protection-based curricula, and has been a guest speaker at trade association meetings and at the American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) annual conference.
Rich Scott is a Senior Property Specialist located in Boston, MA who is responsible for providing risk engineering assistance and support to large commercial clients. He has over 40 years of experience conducting consultative fire safety site visits to customers. Rich has been employed by Chubb since 1985 and started with Commercial Union working as an Equipment Breakdown Engineer in 1980.
His specialty is working with large property clients providing risk engineering services to address losses while assisting clients in cost effective solutions. He has traveled throughout the US, Canada, UK and Western Europe which has provided a more global view of fire related issues. He is part of Chubb’s team working to develop client resources and to further promote wind and photovoltaic evaluations in the Risk Engineering department.
Rich conducts service and prospect visits to large accounts and power risks. He coordinates a program of distressed properties and consortium of independent schools. He has inspected a wide variety of power producers from traditional plants to renewable power sources.
Rich has been a principal member of NFPA 37 Stationary Combustion Engines and Gas Turbines since 1994. He taught, Case Studies of Historical Fires, at Middlesex Community College, and has been a member of NFPA since 1988. He taught at the Chubb China School at Shanghai in 1996.
Sam Iannucci began his risk engineering career at Chubb in 2008. He spent the beginning of his career with a focus on sprinkler system design and has since pursued property and fire protection loss control as a specialty since 1999.
He became an Executive Field Property Specialist in 2016 responsible for training, development, referrals, and represents the highest level of field authority in North America. In addition, Sam manages the Quality Assurance program for all North America Risk Engineering.
Sam specializes in property fire protection for educational and commercial facilities. His experience spans many industries; including wood working, metal working, light & heavy manufacturing, and higher education. Prior to working with Chubb, Sam worked with PA Lumbermen’s Insurance Company targeting woodworking and construction occupancies. Mr. Iannucci has been a volunteer firefighter for 25 years and has served as his department’s Fire Chief for the last five years. He is a principal technical committee voting member on two codes/standards; serving on the National Fire Protection Association 72, (Fire Alarm and Signaling Code) and 1620 (Standard for Pre-Incident Planning) since 2016.
Erik Olsen began his risk engineering career in 1999 at Chubb. He spent his early career as a risk engineer for property & casualty survey work ranging from life science to heavy manufacturing accounts. After 10 years of general industry field-based risk engineering in the NJ region, Erik became a Senior Property Specialist with a focus on large property risk engineering for the NYC Region. There in NYC he spent the next 8 years in the field surveying & servicing the largest property accounts across the 5 Boroughs.
Erik specializes in property protection risk engineering and complex evaluations for industrial and commercial facilities, and property conservation for large properties and construction. Specific areas of expertise include metal working, plastic working and printing, hospitals, high-rise, warehousing, and large commercial and residential construction projects.
He became an Executive Property Specialist in 2016, with current responsibilities spearheading global Chubb property engineering technical initiatives ranging from development of technical guidance on existing and emerging issues, fire protection, natural catastrophe and attritional perils, and supporting executive underwriting initiatives.
Erik is actively involved in property risk engineering staff development and supporting customer service solutions. He is one of few regular instructors at Chubb’s Risk Engineering Center, where he regularly provides fire protection training for a variety of audiences.
He has been a principal technical committee voting member serving on the National Fire Protection Association 25 Standard for the Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance of Water-Based Fire Protection Systems since 2014.
Adam Mohammed is a senior property and casualty risk engineer servicing the NY region. Adam has been in the insurance industry for over 14 years holding various roles within claims and risk engineering. Since joining Chubb in 2016, Adam has contributed to the development of 15+ technical resources for both internal guidance and client-based solutions for various risk management topics.
Adam provides engineering evaluations and services for large commercial clients within hospitality, technology, life science, manufacturing, real estate, and construction industries. His specialty is property conservation, builder’s risk, IoT services, drone evaluations, natural hazard assessments, and construction liability.
He also serves as a program facilitator for the Risk Engineering Services University for experienced hires and trainees across the country. In this role, he contributed to content development and management for the different training programs.
Adam is skilled in delivering customized training solutions for an improved learner experience and meeting training objectives.