'Fleet Risk Management: How to Avoid the Nuclear Verdict' Conference Session Set for Sept. 28 by International Risk Management Institute
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DALLAS, Texas, Aug. 30 (TNSeve) -- The International Risk Management Institute has scheduled a conference session as part of its IRMI Energy Risk and Insurance Conference on Sept. 28, 2021, entitled "Fleet Risk Management: How to Avoid the Nuclear Verdict":
According to the agency website:
Managing and controlling drivers and vehicles are significant risks for many organizations. This session will highlight the complexity of these risks, the adverse legal climate, and the insurance marketplace. The session will offer practical solutions to address fleet exposures, technology solutions to manage motor vehicle records, and tools to oversee drivers while on the road.
* Mark Gaskamp
Mr. Gaskamp is responsible for leading the Risk Management Practice and a variety of other roles for the Marsh Wortham Austin office. His responsibilities include partnering with clients to develop and implement risk control strategies to reduce their organizations' overall cost of risk. He provides value-added services for clients in a variety of industries, including construction, energy, real estate, service, and the public sector.
Mr. Gaskamp joined Marsh Wortham in 2004 and has worked in the insurance and risk management profession for Wortham since 1988. Prior to joining the firm, he served as a senior underwriter for The St. Paul and St. Paul Travelers organization. He has also held various positions in the St. Paul Risk Control unit, which included regional supervisor, risk management account specialist, regional public sector specialist, and national specialist for the Professional Specialty unit. He worked closely with safety and risk management professionals to coordinate, develop, and implement accident prevention programs that positively impact the organization's overall cost of risk. He also served as a risk consultant for Corporate Systems, responsible for data analysis and risk management information consulting for Fortune 500 companies, third-party administrators, and insurers.
Mr. Gaskamp has served as national faculty member of the National Alliance for Insurance Education and Research Certified Risk Manager (CRM) program since 2002 and as an adjunct risk management professor at the University of Texas at Austin. In 2009, he was the recipient of the Safety Professional of the Year for ASSP Region III (Texas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas). He has published numerous insurance and risk management articles and presented at regional and national professional development conferences for organizations including ASSP, RIMS, the Construction Financial Management Association, ABC, AGC, International Risk Management Institute, and Public Risk Management Association.
Mr. Gaskamp is a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) and holds the CRM, Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC), Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU), Associate in Risk Management (ARM), and Associate in Loss Control Management (ALCM) professional designations.
He holds a bachelor of business administration degree in risk management and finance from the University of Texas at Austin.
* Gary D. Gregory
Mr. Gregory serves as the primary operations official for a wide range of corporate business models. Arnold Oil Company specializes in sales and distribution of bulk lubricants, bulk fuel, and auto parts. It also serves its customers via retail and commercial auto parts stores, as well as commercial and retail outdoor power specialty stores.
Over the past nearly 40 years, Mr. Gregory has worked for organizations, ranging from small privately held firms to large publicly traded firms. During this time, his planning and management strategies have had a significant impact on his employers' financial strength by enhancing overall safety and risk management practices. Recently, Arnold Oil Company was recognized by Texas Mutual Insurance Company as a recipient of the Platinum Safety Partner Award. This award is bestowed on only 2 percent of Texas Mutual's 72,000 insureds.
Mr. Gregory majored in business management while at Baylor University, where he lettered in both baseball and football.