In the heat of the summer across the wide open fields of middle-America, the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies’ (NAMIC) Agricultural Risk Inspection School opened its classrooms this week to insurance loss control specialists, underwriters, managers and supervisors.

The NAMIC intensive two-and-a-half-day program, being held this week in Omaha, includes topics such as the inspection process, farm machinery and equipment safety, electrical systems, confinement concerns, understanding LP gas and more. “Students” can attend either basic or advanced sessions.

Designed for the experienced loss-control specialist as well as the novice, the two-day course includes an actual farm visit where attendees go through a hands-on inspection of an area farm to learn about its structures and associated risk management tips.



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