Seminar | Safety Practices and Failure of Tower Cranes
Please join us on Tuesday, April 2 from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. for a discussion on “Safety Practices and Failures of Tower Cranes” hosted by RCM&D and facilitated by Tom Barilich, Senior Risk Engineer for HDI Global Insurance Company.
The presentation will educate you on key terminology and familiarize you to the exposures of cranes, crane set-up to minimize loss potential, and dismantlement of cranes to minimize the likelihood of liability claims.
Presenter: Tom Barilich, Senior Risk Engineer | HDI Global Insurance Company
Tom Barilich provides and manages risk reduction services for HDI Global insureds in casualty lines. While having a very diverse background, he supports the Construction and Engineering units’ activities as well as energy and manufacturing related accounts.
In addition to client service, he has training responsibilities as an OSHA Outreach Instructor and a Crosby Rigging certified instructor.
Mr. Barilich has worked with a variety of construction accounts and projects, energy, manufacturing, nuclear, as well as metal casting. He has provided strategic and tactical consulting for clients of leading national insurance brokerage and underwriting firms. Current responsibilities include project management focused on risk profile improvement.
Mr. Barilich received his Masters of Science from Indiana University. In addition, he has Associate in Risk Management (ARM), Associate in Claims, (AIC), Associate in Management (AIM) and Supervisory Certificate designations from the Insurance Institute of America, authorized OSHA Outreach Instructor, and Crosby Rigging trainer.
He is a professional member of the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), and has made numerous presentations to the Society as well as webinars and extensive client training. He has also been a subject of biographical entry in various editions of Who’s Who.