C. Alex Scott, CSP, ARM-P is currently a Senior Loss Control Consultant with Arthur J. Gallagher Risk Management Services Inc. in the Boca Raton Florida office.
Alex has over 25 year of Insurance, Safety, and Risk Management experience and has held worked in Indiana, Mississippi, and Florida during that time. Alex’s role is to provide direct loss control services to large clients, including risks in the Manufacturing Industry, Construction Field and Public Entities. Alex works directly with the clients’ operations management team in creating safety processes to reduce claims and manage risk.
Alex is a Certified Safety Professional and holds a Bachelor of Science in Engineering Management from the University of Missouri at Rolla. He also holds an Associate in Risk Management designation, and an Associate in Risk Management – Public Entities.
Alex is a Professional Member of the South Florida chapter where he has held many volunteer positions. He is a past President, President-Elect, Delegate, and Treasurer. In 2015 he was recognized as the Chapter’s Safety Professional of the Year.
I think of one word when I look at the ASSP as a whole, regionally, within each area, and even within a single chapter. That word is DIVERSITY. Not diversity as many people think when they first hear the word, but the diversity of the safety profession and the diversity of what ASSP provides to the membership. The ASSP is not a construction safety group, or a manufacturing group, or an insurance group. The membership represents almost every type of industry, service provider, size and type of operation. The association provides members, resources for learning, opportunities for networking, career development, technology, etc.
My goal is to be a conduit between chapters to supplement their current efforts and programs to reach additional members in areas of the profession not already represented in their chapter. I hope to help chapters diversify their presentations and offerings to their members that promote communication between members of varied industries, specialties, skill sets, etc.
I will promote the diverse offerings from the association to ensure each chapter is maximizing their efforts to get the resources to their members. I will engage the Chapters in the Regions efforts to provide diverse offerings to ensure all chapters see the benefit of the regional programs. I will represent ASSP in a manner that reflects the great profession and people that make up the association to anyone and everyone I come in contact with.