Think About A Career In Commercial Insurance Loss Control Inspections … Move To A Higher Level

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A career is an individual’s journey through learning, work and other aspects of life. When pursuing a career, you want a career that has an upward path where more money can be earned through gaining more experience and by getting advanced training. Loss control is one of the sweet spots in the field services industry.

Loss control specialists inspect businesses on behalf of insurance companies and provide loss prevention recommendations to reduce the frequency and severity of losses arising from fire, crime and liability. They are usually involved in large commercial and manufacturing risks where there are complex processes and many exposures to loss.

Commercial Insurance Loss Control Inspections can be a great career with an upward path. Listen to what loss control consultant and inspector Jim Julian has to say about starting a career in loss control.

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5 thoughts on “Think About A Career In Commercial Insurance Loss Control Inspections … Move To A Higher Level

  1. I performed loss control inspection for 3 different companies for about 2 years. In the best case you can make about $15.00 per hour minus expenses. In most cases you are making about $10.00 per hour minus expenses.

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    • Inspecting and taking pictures takes one hour (or more for a large commercial building). It takes me 2 hours to upload all the pictures, another hour to type the report. Drive time into San Francisco is often 2 hours round trip. so I hope to piggyback another order or two, on the route. Then it makes some sense.

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  2. Please tell us the names of the firms that paid such low fees so that we all can avoid them. I had a much better experience with loss control inspections. If you are a photo taker only, you will not make much money.

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  3. On my commercial inspections/surveys I average $150-$200 per inspection plus trip fee for out of area work, with maximum 2.5 – 3 hours spent on each inspection working with clients like Berkadia Commercial Capital (Berksire-Hathaway) and Hudson Advisiors in Texas. I only do residential inspections for USAA Insurance average $45 to $60 per inspection, plus a trip fee fpr out of area work.

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