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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.

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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