Joshua Keene is an Account Executive at LaPorte Insurance, an insurance agency in the Pacific Northwest. He is also known as the red-bearded risk guy. Joshua helps companies with their insurance needs by mitigating risks and maximizing profits. He graduated with honors from Oregon State University and Mt. Hood Community College.
Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:
- Joshua Keene explains what a safety culture means
- How to create and reward a safety culture
- Common risks in the service industry
- The benefits of preparing for business risks
- What to consider when conducting a safety diagnosis and creating a safety plan
- Joshua talks about implementing a safety plan and monitoring performance
In this episode:
Which business risks do you face? How can you effectively manage risk to safeguard your company assets?
Risks are inevitable when running a business. If not managed well, risks can affect your employees’ productivity and cause losses. However, there are a number of preventive measures you can take to safeguard the well-being of your company and employees from potential risks.
In this episode of the Systems Simplified podcast, Adi Klevit interviews Joshua Keene, an Account Executive at LaPorte Insurance, about creating a safety culture. They discuss the benefits of risk management, how to create an effective safety plan, and common risks in the service industry.
Resources mentioned in this episode:
- Adi Klevit on LinkedIn
- Business Success Consulting Group
- LaPorte Insurance
- LaPorte INSource
- Joshua Keene on LinkedIn I YouTube
- Joshua Keene’s phone number: 503-519-8358
- Joshua Keene’s email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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