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August 09, 2022
Ross Thurlow
Enginering manager, EFI Global, New Zealand
Golf drives a hard bargain

In response to an allegation, forensic investigators use a wide range of techniques to explain and prove the specific circumstances that led to an incident or a loss. Determining whether evidence is credible often requires an imaginative approach, bu…

August 09, 2022 by Ross Thurlow, Enginering manager, EFI Global, New Zealand
June 28, 2022
Kendall Biggs
senior fire investigator, EFI Global
Wildfire resilience

The rate and devastating impact of wildfires continue to increase across the U.S. and around the world. What can organizations do to prepare and protect their employees, assets and infrastructure? In this podcast, we are joined by Kendall Biggs, seni…

June 28, 2022 by Kendall Biggs, senior fire investigator, EFI Global
June 22, 2022
Mandy Yousif
director, investigation services
Tagged or flagged: Social media investigations

Social media platforms have emerged as a powerful tool for communication in recent decades. Considering the volume of data collected daily, it’s no surprise they have also become a useful source for researchers and investigators working on various in…

June 22, 2022 by Mandy Yousif, director, investigation services
June 09, 2022
James Norman
International business development director
Strategic partnerships: Is the added value worth the risk?

With the complexity of today’s globalised business environment, it’s naïve to think that any one organisation can be everything to everyone. It’s quite impossible for even a large, multinational service provider to specialise in all areas or have cov…

June 09, 2022 by James Norman, International business development director
June 08, 2022
Olivier LANCIAU
Expert FINE ART certifié E.A.A. Spécialité Vol chez Sedgwick France
Hausse de la contrefaçon, ce que vous devez savoir

Read the English version En cette journée mondiale de lutte contre la contrefaçon, les experts de Sedgwick se sont mobilisés pour vous expliquer pourquoi nous sommes tous confrontés à la contrefaçon, parfois à notre insu ! Prenons le cas très usue…

June 08, 2022 by Olivier LANCIAU, Expert FINE ART certifié E.A.A. Spécialité Vol chez Sedgwick France
May 05, 2022
Guest author: Nicola Smith
Spotlight: The scope of food safety is expanding in the EU and the UK

Foreword by Julie Ross, international business development director at Sedgwick: Welcome to the latest edition of spotlight. Spotlight is our way of sharing insights and perspectives from our strategic partners – lawyers, insurers, risk managers and…

May 05, 2022 by Guest author: Nicola Smith
April 28, 2022
Michelle Hay, global chief people officer, Mara Petrovsky, SVP colleague experience and Josh Smith, head of global talent management
The war for talent: attracting the Gen Z workforce

Among the most talked-about topics in human resources today is the “war for talent.” Organizations in every sector are struggling to attract and retain employees for critical positions as they feverishly plan for operating in a post-COVID world. Fr…

April 28, 2022 by Michelle Hay, global chief people officer, Mara Petrovsky, SVP colleague experience and Josh Smith, head of global talent management
April 20, 2022
Guest author: Nicola Smith
Spotlight: What’s driving the increase in food recalls in the EU?

Foreword by Julie Ross, international business development director at Sedgwick: Welcome to the latest edition of spotlight. Spotlight is our way of sharing insights and perspectives from our strategic partners – lawyers, insurers, risk managers and…

April 20, 2022 by Guest author: Nicola Smith
March 09, 2022
Ian Carman
director, UK investigation services
Fraud detection: machine versus human?

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning technologies are massively helpful in detecting suspicious behaviours and activities. However, insurance fraud identification and claims validation remain one area where technology requires human inte…

March 09, 2022 by Ian Carman, director, UK investigation services
July 27, 2021
Michael Boyes
head of construction and engineering
Construction groundwork claims: Unfortunate or foreseeable?

Across New Zealand, the winter weather conditions threaten to saturate the ground — potentially causing landslips and soil collapse and often, causing disruption to construction works. Increased rainfall during the winter months is expected, bu…

July 27, 2021 by Michael Boyes, head of construction and engineering
July 02, 2021
Guest author: Erik K. Swanholt
Spotlight: CPSC takes first step to expand enforcement

Foreword by Jeremy Schutz, senior corporate sales manager at Sedgwick: Welcome to the latest edition of spotlight. Spotlight is our way of sharing insights and perspectives from our strategic partners – lawyers, insurers, risk managers and crisis co…

July 02, 2021 by Guest author: Erik K. Swanholt
May 18, 2021
Juan Carlos Araiza, Ph.D., PE.
vice president and managing principal, large and complex loss, EFI Global
Structural collapses and the stories they tell

From investigating the collapse of a high-rise building to a bridge overpass or stadium — forensic engineers grapple with complex questions while determining what happened in order to avert future failures. Moreover, their findings can have a m…

May 18, 2021 by Juan Carlos Araiza, Ph.D., PE., vice president and managing principal, large and complex loss, EFI Global
January 22, 2021
Wayne Mitchell
global director, sales and marketing
Automakers must take heed of NHTSA’s new battery safety initiative

With more electric vehicles (EVs) on the road, people are beginning to wonder whether the technology is safe. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is concerned, too. This month, NHTSA announced it will be zeroing in on the ris…

January 22, 2021 by Wayne Mitchell, global director, sales and marketing
January 15, 2021
Wayne Mitchell
global director, sales and marketing
Safety advocates demand better recall effectiveness; NHTSA under fire

The National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) was established in 1970 primarily to reduce deaths and injuries related to motor vehicle crashes. But safety advocates now accuse the agency of being “asleep at the wheel.” A recent arti…

January 15, 2021 by Wayne Mitchell, global director, sales and marketing
July 16, 2020
James McIntosh
National Manager-Technical Services, Building Consultancy Division, Sedgwick Australia
Defects in residential strata buildings? Take care not to overlook the most prevalent!

In recent times, the construction and strata industries across eastern Australia have shifted their focus away from leaking buildings and toward the highly publicised structural failures, fire separation and combustible materials. The attention is wa…

July 16, 2020 by James McIntosh, National Manager-Technical Services, Building Consultancy Division, Sedgwick Australia