JHM RISK MANAGEMENT SERVICES
Risk Management Services &
Liability Claims Handling
I offer risk management services, including data protection, cyber security and liability claims handling to clients in the public, private and third sectors as well as to individuals, helping them save time and stress as well as money.
Simply the management of risk
As life is full of risks, we all manage them: sometimes consciously, sometimes not; sometimes well, sometimes badly. What I am offering is a planned, deliberate approach, resulting in written evidence of how each of your risks is managed.
JOHN HARVEY MURRAY BSC (ECON) CPFA
I offer advice and help to clients in various aspects of managing risks, reducing the cost of claims and other losses, by drawing on my wide experience in accountancy, audit, insurance and risk management.
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I write blogs, articles, newsletters, and books on various subjects, notably risk and management. I also write about matters relating to faith. I am currently in the process of writing a work of fiction.
Let the facts speak for themselves! Click on the button below to look at the statistics extracted from CIPFA Benchmarking Reports.
These compare St Helens Council with a group of 12 similar authorities and with all 65 unitary authorities in England and Wales taking part in the exercise, relating to the period when I was managing claims at St Helens. Overall, I achieved savings of around 15% a year on the Council’s total cost of insurance and uninsured risks.
My Writing Blog
Refugees have been in the news. Refugees have been crossing the Channel in small boats hoping to settle in the UK but most have, apparently, no legal right to do so. Many Britons oppose immigration generally, or at least uncontrolled immigration, and are angry....
Rebels are seldom popular. Rebels usually offend not only senior management, but also their colleagues. Therefore, conformity seems to be the way to success. People often say they do not like yes-men, but experience suggests otherwise. Managers like subordinates to be...
Get back to the workplace? Your workplace needs you, according to some. They mean working from home is not good enough. Every employer needs to think about the risks and opportunities, as should every employee. I have written previously about the risks of returning to...