Consultant Spotlight – Kenny Ray

Posted June 10, 2019 by Erin in Agribusiness, Farm Safety, Featured, News, Risk Management, Transportation, University | 0 comments

Whether it be mentoring, educating or advocating, our risk consulting team is ready to work hands on with our clients to tailor our services to their insurance and risk management needs. Our team understands the risk, safety, loss prevention and claims support needs that your company has and can work with you to develop a strong safety culture to help you succeed in the current transportation industry.

Let’s get to know Kenny Ray through this Fast Five Q&A!

How did you get your start in Transportation? 
As the son of a lifelong OTR driver, I have been in and around the industry my entire life.  My Dad taught me to drive a truck as a teenager. Up until a few years ago I held a Texas Class A CDL with every endorsement including HazMat and passenger. I entered the profession full time as a Texas State Trooper enforcing CMV regulations and conducting DOT Audits in 1987.

Why is safety important to you?
I have investigated hundreds of traffic crashes and witnessed firsthand the devastation resulting from unsafe acts and equipment. I am totally committed to reducing or eliminating that devastation.

What do you feel is your greatest strength as a Risk Consultant?
Making a measurable difference for a trucking company through high quality training and by providing comprehensive regulatory guidance and assistance.

What are the top 3 things a trucking company should focus on to reduce risk and improve their safety culture?

  • Safety must be a bedrock principle, not a priority.
  • Policies must be sound and be followed.
  • Quality training can make a positive difference.

Why are you proud to work for Cline Wood, a Marsh & McLennan Agency?  
We genuinely care about our clients and are committed to bringing value to their trucking operations.



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