Loss Control Director CV Template

Whereas risk management anticipates and implements risk avoidance and mitigation plans in the event of a threat becoming real, the Loss Control function contains the fallout or damage and prevents loss aggravation in the real event of a threat occurring.  It is basically a crisis management function where the Loss Control Director harnesses the corporate resources of marketing, finance, and public relations to preserve the corporate image and ensure damage control.

Sample Loss Control Director CV Template

Dick C. Kelsey

West Rd., Birmingham, England

Phone:  0121 541 7786



To work as a Loss Control Director in a service or manufacturing company


Professional Experience


2003 – Present: Loss Control Director, Sinclair Pharmaceuticals, Plc., West Midlands

  • Claim the relevant insurance in covering any loss or injury resulting from its operations and ensure the right compensatory payments as per policy.
  • Assess environmental claims, physical damage, bodily injuries and other 3rd party claims from the use and manufacture of its products and services.
  • Document post damage analysis as a knowledge database for reference in future similar events for prompt control and management
  • Convene and head the damage containment or crisis management team
  • Travel to site or branch to determine extent of damage
  • Coordinate with Legal and the Public Relations in providing appropriate public responses and press releases and media appearances.

Skills and Specifications

  • Excellent exposure in claims adjudication and processing
  • Excellent public and government regulatory relations
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent negotiation skills, multitasking and organizational skills



  • Cited by management in 2006 for significant savings in damage control
  • Portfolio of damage control programs successfully implemented


2000 – 2003:  MBA, Coventry University, West Midlands

1992 – 1996:  BS in Commerce, Birmingham City University


To be furnished upon request