May 7, 2019


The mission of the Los Angeles County Chief Executive Office (CEO) Risk Management Branch is to evaluate significant Countywide risks, hazards and exposures; develop and implement risk management methodologies to fund, minimize or eliminate loss; and, advise the Board of Supervisors and Departments of risk control strategies to mitigate unanticipated financial losses.

Los Angeles County processes more than 12,400 worker’s compensation claims, administers $3 million in benefits and avoids nearly 4,000 injuries each year. How do they do it?

Find out from LA County’s Risk Manager Steven Robles on this episode of The Prevention Podcast.

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