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There are good reasons to consider Property Loss Prevention Engineering from AIG

Partnering to prevent loss

Today, the risks to business can seem increasingly diverse and complex. Different sectors and business activities require bespoke risk management and tuned loss prevention strategies. AIG ‘s Global Property engineering team offer innovative, comprehensive solutions working closely with our clients. Clients will benefit from a single point of contact to ensure implementation of global services through AIG’s Client Service Plan. The Account Engineer will help clients more effectively monitoring their risk management through local engineering expertise and global benchmarking.

Extensive engineering capabilities

Services are delivered worldwide by highly-qualified, property risk engineers well versed in international standards as well as local legislation, codes and standards. The engineering team is structured with experienced industry segment experts straddling the disciplines such as electrical, mechanical, chemical, oil&gas, civil engineering, security and fire protection. AIG engineers will thoroughly analyze your business operations and associated risks, and focus on collaboration and transparency to deliver cost-effective recommendations. Our aim is with property protection to anticipate on direct loss and future expensive retrofits.

Facts and examples

  • Global reach - 45 countries with resident AIG engineers
  • 250 Nat-cat modellers and risk engineers in our Centre of Excellence (India)
  • 600+ risk engineers worldwide, 100 within EMEA, 3 in Belgium
  • 30 wind specialists. Nat Cat evaluations on all exposed locations
  • Specialists in power generation, oil and gas, process engineering, steel

 

  • Dedicated Account Engineer to assist with your entire planning and organisation of your loss prevention
  • Site visits and comprehensive risk assessment reporting by team of field engineers
  • Sector benchmarking and strategy trending
  • Nat Cat evaluations
  • Business interdependencies: inter-group and contingent
  • Development of corporate guidelines
  • Client service reporting
  • Training and workshops
  • Best practice assessments
  • Catastrophe expertise
  • Business continuity plans