Recent Case Studies
Recent Case Study
At the start of 2015, DHL began implementing Origami Risk’s RMIS throughout its self-administered cargo claims operations in the UK and Ireland. As part of the first phase of its implementation, the Origami Risk RMIS is being used within both DHL’s cargo and casualty claim operations throughout the UK and Ireland.
Despite the success of MSGIA’s (Montana Schools Group Insurance Authority) two pools, leadership recognized the need to operate more efficiently, as well as to speed the delivery of critical claims and risk information to member school districts throughout the state. Advances in risk management technology, including the widening availability of cloud-based risk management information systems such as those provided by Origami Risk, began to draw the attention of MSGIA’s leadership team as the means to achieve these improvements.
Despite seemingly having all the elements in place to create a first-class culture of safety—such as a collaborative risk and safety department, and an engaged workforce—the Port of Seattle, a public enterprise in Washington State, couldn’t seem to overcome the procedural barriers inhibiting front-line supervisors and employees from proactively partnering with safety to analyze risk and prevent injuries. This kept the two groups from being completely transparent, and as a result, they struggled to meaningfully reduce worker injuries and contain associated costs.