About Cunnart Associates - Risk Management
What does ‘Cunnart’ mean?
The word ‘cunnart’ is from the Highland Gaelic language. The word is composed of two parts: cun – a time, plus hairt – danger or risk. I.e. a time of danger or risk. Pronunciation: “Cun – hairt”
Effective risk management methods do not have to be expensive or time consuming. Become more effective and efficient while protecting your employees, clients and assets.
Some of frequently-raised risk concerns are:
~ Injuries to clients or members of the public, or damage to their property
~ Contractual disputes thorough commercial relationships
~ Negligence of employees or volunteers
~ Engaging the wrong employees and volunteers
~ Loss or damage to property by fire, vandalism, burglary, theft
~ Negligent misrepresentation caused by providing inaccurate information or advice to clients
~ Damage to an organization’s reputation
Insurance as a Risk Management Tool
Buying insurance is like paying rent – it is expensive, never-ending and the cost often increased. Unfortunately, too many people believe insurance is the A to Z of risk management. You can maximize the benefits of insurance coverage while managing annual premium costs. You can also transfer your risk costs to another party – with no expense to you. Do you know how to do this effectively and efficiently?
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What should I look for when choosing a Risk Management trainer/coach?
In any specialty, the first indication of a person’s skills is their qualifications and experience. Look for a commitment to specialized education - a Risk Fellow (RF) diploma. This signifies the effort to learn basic risk management techniques. A person with a diploma in insurance and risk management has completed more than 15 business management and technical insurance courses.