Deerfield Beach — As part of its continuing commitment to workplace safety and results oriented loss prevention programs, Normandy Harbor, an innovative workers' compensation insurance carrier that offers customized plans to select Florida businesses, has hired Melissa Alverson Slappey as Director of Loss Control for North and Central Florida. Slappey majored in Risk Management and Insurance at the University of Georgia, where she earned her Bachelor's degree in Business Administration. She has been a professional in the loss control, risk management, and workers' compensation fields for 15 years. "The individual risk management and loss control programs we create in partnership with our employer clients are one of the hallmarks of our company," says Normandy Harbor's President and CEO Therese A. Stevens. "Those programs — unique to each client's needs and priorities — demand a high level of professionalism and experience both in their development and execution. Melissa's expertise and experience in this very specialized field will help our clients ensure the safety and wellbeing of their employees." Normandy Harbor currently has $20M in workers' compensation premium, $9.5M in surplus and a combined ratio of .88, reports Stevens.
Normandy Harbor Insurance Company (www.normandyins.com) is committed to being recognized as the premier provider of innovative, cost effective workers' compensation solutions for Florida small and mid-size business owners. Founded in 2006, Normandy Harbor has grown to be one of the preferred Florida workers' compensation insurance providers for select general lines of business. The company is headquartered in Deerfield Beach, Fla.