CMTA and SullivanCurtisMonroe launch Environmental Risk Management Partnership
 June 1, 2013

Sacramento, CA - The California Manufacturers & Technology Association (CMTA) and SullivanCurtisMonroe (SCM) have created a partnership to provide manufacturers with a program designed to help address exposures to loss involving environmental impairment. The program became effective May 1, 2013 and is available to all types of manufacturers.

CMTA has maintained a group workers' compensation insurance programs since 2004, helping members maintain safe workplaces and lower their workers' compensation costs so they can remain competitive in California. CMTA recognized a need for support in addressing environmental impairment and formed a program with SCM that provides both insurance and risk management support.

SCM's capabilities, expertise and commitment to California's manufacturers made them an ideal partner. "SullivanCurtisMonroe understands the challenging and often complex environmental impairment exposures in the manufacturing process and has an outstanding track record for helping their clients treat this potentially costly cause of loss," said Jack Stewart, president of CMTA.

SullivanCurtisMonroe Insurance Services, is a privately-held, full-service insurance agency committed to California's manufacturing sector. SCM offers commercial property & casualty, employee benefits and personal lines coverage and focuses on risk management.

SullivanCurtisMonroe expects the CMTA Environmental Risk Management Program to be a considerable member value, especially in these challenging economic times. "We are extremely excited to partner with CMTA to offer this Environmental Risk Management (ERM) Program, which allows California manufacturers and technology firms to address Pollution Liability exposures through two-pronged approach," stated Shawn Kraatz, executive vice president of SCM. "The Program offers environmental engineering services to address exposures to loss, as well as transferring any residual risk through an environmental impairment liability (EIL) policy."

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