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Rick Dalrymple

Rick Dalrymple

Rick Dalrymple is an owner and senior vice president of IOA Risk Services, a risk management and insurance brokerage firm whose clients serve a vast array of industries such as manufacturing, hospitality, healthcare, retail, wholesale and professional sports teams. Rick is the author of Accidents Waiting to Happen: Best Practices in Workers’ Comp Administration and Protecting Corporate Profitability, an Amazon best-seller.

With more than 28 offices coast-to-coast, his company has taught CEOs in more than 300 industries how to lower the number and cost of insurance claims. He consults nationally with many CEOs, C-Suite and administrative executives on how to lower their total cost of risk. His 40,000-plus hours of experience consulting are visible in the results his clients receive. His clients experience double-digit reductions in employee turnover, claim costs and frequency after implementing their “PX4” process in as little as six to 12 months.

Rick has served as a keynote speaker for numerous associations and is transforming businesses all over the country with his message on how to avoid, minimize or eliminate business risk that hurts profitability. His presentation is rich in content, is focused on providing a new way to understand business risk and delivers new tools to compete more effectively.

Recent Articles by Rick Dalrymple

5 Accidents Just Waiting to Happen

If you’re like any successful business I know, to create sustainable growth and be competitive in your marketplace you must continue to control your operating costs. Among other things, you must limit the number and cost of workers’ compensation claims and lawsuits. You’re reading the right article if: You’re frustrated with how claims and lawsuits, […]

4 Keys to Competitiveness in the New Economy

This post is the first of a four-part series. Ask any business owner today how the marketplace has treated them the last few years, and you’ll hear a recurring theme: “It’s been hard.” But some have learned how to improve their risk management and shore up several facets of their business where profit leaks can […]

Reduce The Cost Of Your Claims By 70 Percent

This is the fifth and final article in a five-part series on risk management. Earlier articles in this series can be found here: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, and Part 4. In our last segment, we discussed how important the “Pre-Claim” process was to your bottom line relating to some policies and procedures that should be in place […]

Reduce The Cost Of Your Claims By 70 Percent

This is the fifth and final article in a five-part series on risk management. Earlier articles in this series can be found here: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, and Part 4. In our last segment, we discussed how important the “Pre-Claim” process was to your bottom line relating to some policies and procedures that […]

Are You Well Positioned For What's Ahead?

This is the fourth article in a five-part series on risk management. Additional articles in this series can be found here: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, and Part 5. In our last segment, we discussed how important the “Post-Offer” process was to your bottom line relating to some policies and procedures that should be […]

If You Don't Do This, It Can Cost You Big Money

This is the third article in a five-part series on risk management. Additional articles in this series can be found here: Part 1, Part 2, Part 4, and Part 5. In our last segment, we discussed how important the “Pre-Hire” process was to your bottom line relating to various “on-boarding” activities companies should consider when […]

Want To Know Where You Could Be Losing Profits?

This is the second article in a five-part series on risk management. Additional articles in this series can be found here: Part 1, Part 3, Part 4, and Part 5. Has your company had to deal with an employee lawsuit in the past few years? If you have, you know they are frustrating and costly, […]

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  • Claims Management
  • Enterprise Risk Management
  • Leadership
  • Workers Compensation