Maine HR Convention: May 7-10, 2019 – Samoset Resort, Rockport, ME


 

Tim McCarty

Tim McCarty is a nationally recognized speaker and author in the field of Risk Management and Employee Safety and Health.  He currently serves as the Director of Loss Control Services at Clark Insurance assisting clients throughout New England. Tim has over 30 years of experience with carriers such as Trident Public Risk Solutions, Acadia Insurance, St. Paul Insurance, OneBeacon Insurance, as well as experience as an international risk management consultant with Marsh.  His experience also includes teaching at the University of Southern Maine as an adjunct faculty member in the Safety and Health Program and he has been a guest lecturer on risk management at Keene State College and USM. Tim has attained various designations including the Associate in Risk Management (ARM), Certified Safety Professional (CSP), Associate in Loss Control Management (ALCM), Certified School Safety Manager (CSSM) and Certified Playground Safety Inspector (CPSI), along with a host of other certifications that are specific to risk consultants.  Throughout his career he has been active in the American Society of Safety Engineers serving as the Maine Chapter President and National Conference Delegate and has twice been named the Safety Professional of the Year, Maine Chapter.  He is active as a speaker throughout the United States delivering presentations on safety & health  and risk management topics at international conferences to the Public Risk Management Association, The Risk Management Society, the American Society of Safety Engineers and additionally the Maine Safety Conference in addition to numerous other organizations.  He has authored articles on a number of topics in national journals as well as been interviewed as an expert on various topics.  Tim holds a Master of Science in Occupational Safety and Health from Columbia Southern University and a Bachler’s of Science in Industrial Engineering from the University of Southern Maine.

Sessions: Safety as a Workplace Value: How HR, Finance, and Operations can rally around building a culture of safety