BIRMINGHAM, Mich.--Richard P. Poyle announced today the formation of an innovative new enterprise called PKC.  PKC will provide consulting and inspections to the insurance industry -- but PKC is much more than the typical insurance inspection company.  "The vision is to provide a critical service bridge between underwriters and insured companies. Too often we find that vital risk management and loss control systems are lacking or not properly in place.  The gap between the insured and the insurer hurts both parties.  PKC will close that gap with consulting services, inspections, training services and documentation," said Poyle. PKC is an acronym that stands for the three principals of the new entity: Richard Poyle, Dianne Kennedy and Gary Copeland.

Gary Copeland will spearhead the new service.  He has 29 years of professional loss control experience in private industry and insurance, and is both a Certified Safety Professional and an Associate in Risk Management. "In practice, PKC will help client companies evaluate risk and minimize exposure.  It takes a great deal of experience on both sides of the industry in order to be effective" said Copeland.  "PKC will fill a critical role for both the insured and the insurer," he added.

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