Insurance Risk Surveyor

Insurance Risk Surveyors inspect items and properties to evaluate conditions affecting underwriting standards, and develop and promote safety programs.

Overview

Insurance Risk Surveyors inspect items and properties to evaluate conditions affecting underwriting standards, and develop and promote safety programs.

Day-to-day

  • inspects property, buildings and operations of commercial and industrial establishments to assess physical conditions and work practices
  • evaluates the adequacy of security, fire and related systems
  • prepares reports and recommends action to reduce risks
  • compiles data which influence the determination of premium rates.

Considerations

  • requires driving.

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To become an Insurance Risk Surveyor

  • Insurance Risk Surveyors often have university or Vocational Education and Training (VET) qualifications in related areas such as engineering, accounting, business, law, insurance and financial services.

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