AXA XL Danger Consulting proclaims key appointments
AXA XL Risk Consulting announced the appointment of Christina Roll as Occupational Safety and Accident Risks Advisor for North and South America and the promotion of Tina King to Regional Engineering Manager for the company’s West Zone.
“Our team plays a key role in helping both us, AXA XL, and our customers minimize their risks,” said Scott Ewing, Head of the Americas at AXA XL Risk Consulting. “We are very pleased that we are continuing to attract and retain top-class industry talents like Christina and Tina to offer our insurance customers risk prevention services and to support our underwriting decisions.”
Roll brings almost two decades of experience to her newly created position at AXA XL. Prior to joining the company, she was a workers’ compensation specialist at Chubb. She was previously the Director of Safety at the US Marine Corps Training & Education Command. She is a certified industrial hygienist and certified safety specialist.
“With the addition of Christina, we are expanding our areas of risk control to address the threat to our customers’ employees,” said Ewing. “Christina brings significant occupational safety insights and training expertise that will be invaluable to our liability insurers and customers.”
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King, who most recently worked for the company as a real estate consultant, will take over the regional risk engineering management of the AXA XL loss prevention specialist team. It will support customers in loss control, in particular ensuring adequate protection against special risks and ensuring that their systems are protected in accordance with the standards for highly protected risks. King is a registered professional engineer in the state of California and a member of the Society of Fire Protection Engineers.
“Tina has already made a name for herself as a pioneer in fire protection technology and over the past 20 years our real estate customers have trusted her expertise in the most complex real estate risks,” says Ewing.