Consultant Spotlight – Steve Page

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 Steve Page through this Fast Five Q&A!

How did you get your start in Transportation? 
In 1981 when conventional wasn’t cool, back when you had to stop and find a phone to call and we dispatched without a computer and used an atlas. I began this transportation journey as a tractor trailer parts manager at a local trucking company.

Why is safety important to you?
Trucking and Trucking Safety are two of the most crucial jobs in the world, because without safe pickup and delivery of freight our world would come to a halt. Yet Trucking and Trucking Safety are probably two of the riskiest businesses you can be in due to so many variables.

What do you feel is your greatest strength as a Risk Consultant?
Knowledge of the Transportation business beyond compliance, due to my years of experience as a safety director with a trucking carrier.

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

  • Creating a Safe Culture that sets you above the others
  • Live the Safety Culture you promote
  • Coach, Teach, Coach

Why are you proud to work for Cline Wood, a Marsh & McLennan Agency?  
We are able to help our clients move up to the next level in safety culture, where they want to be. We’re also able to show safety underperformers what they are missing by setting the bar for and sharing benefits of their next level of safety culture. Carefulness costs you nothing, Carelessness costs lives.



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