Keith Bain – January 2018

Keith Bain has 31 years of experience working as a Risk Engineer, initially with Liberty Mutual Insurance and for the past 30 years with Chubb North America. Mr. Bain is responsible for providing risk engineering services to light and heavy manufacturing, institutional, transportation, service, retail and healthcare businesses throughout the state of Tennessee. He also provides commercial auto risk engineering services and underwriting evaluations for fleets located across the United States. Services provided include training programs for management and associates, safety program development, fleet safety program consulting, fleet safety risk management reviews, risk assessments, and management safety consulting to assist clients in achieving their prioritized goals of reducing injuries and protecting assets.

Mr. Bain managed the risk engineering function for Chubb in Tennessee from 1990 through 2008 and has served as Chubb’s Commercial Auto Risk Specialist since 2010. In addition to regular fleet safety training in person and via webinar for clients, he has been a featured speaker covering various fleet topics at the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) Professional Development Conference, Fort Campbell’s 101st Airborne Division Safety Day, the Tennessee Gas Association’s Safety Summit, and ASSE local chapter meetings. Since 1995 he has coordinated and taught the Tennessee Highway Patrol’s monthly First Offender Driver Safety School for Metro Nashville’s General Session Court Judges.

Mr. Bain was honored as the Middle Tennessee Chapter of the American Society of Safety Engineers Safety Professional of the Year in 1995 and again in 2000.

Published Articles:

Mr. Bain has written or been quoted in the following industry publications over the past five years:

Penske Truck Leasing Newsletter – Back-to-School Driving Safety Tips

ASSE Young Professionals in SH&E Group – The Problem with Cell Phones

NETS Drive Safely Work Week – Role Model Article: Drive Safely…and Pass It On

Business Insurance: Harsh Winter Weather Tests Commercial Drivers’ Skills

Chubb Risk Engineering: Auto/Fleet Newsletters

ASSE Transportation Specialty TransActions Newsletter Article – Out of Sight & Out of Mind: The Consequences of an Incidental Fleet

Chubb Trainee Loss Control University: Commercial Auto Training Curriculum

Education:

Lipscomb University, Nashville, TN

Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering Science

Professional Memberships:

Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (NETS)

American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) – Middle Tennessee Chapter

ASSE Transportation Specialty Practice

ASSE/ANSI Z15 Standards Committee

North American Transportation Management Institute (NATMI)

National Safety Council

Designations:

ASP – Associate Safety Professional (1989)

CSP – Certified Safety Professional (1994)

Certified Defensive Driving Course 4 Instructor (1997) – National Safety Council

Certified Defensive Driving Course – Professional Truck Driver Instructor (2007)

National Safety Council

 

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