NAIIAE Frequently Asked Questions

Question:

What is NAIIAE and who are it's members?

Answer:

NAIIAE is a national organization that was established to set standards among the insurance services industry. All of NAIIAE's members are companies who perform various services, such as workers compensation auditing or location inspections for insurance companies around the nation.

Question:

What is the purpose of NAIIAE?

Answer:

To provide the insurance industry on a nationwide basis with the best and most reliable audit, inspection and safety engineering services; to foster a cordial relationship with the insurance industry; to formulate ethical standards for it�s membership; to acquire and distribute educational material; to enhance the dignity and regard for our profession; and to meet for the exchange of ideas and discussion of mutual problems.

Question:

Are NAIIAE members trustworthy?

Answer:

It's the goal of the National Associates of Independent Insurance Auditors and Engineers to set the bar high for anyone who wished to be associated with the organization. Therefore we have set up guidelines and requirements that must be followed to ensure safety and quality: Premium Physical Audit Minimum Standards, NAIIAE Code Of Ethics

Question:

Can I attend a meeting?

Answer:

Anyone can attend a meeting if invited by a current member, however only members can attend the business portion of the meeting.

Question:

What does it take to qualify as a member?

Answer:

Membership in NAIIAE shall be limited to those organizations in the premium audit, inspection, engineering, loss control and related fields, serving the insurance industry in whole or part. Said organizations shall be regional in scope, to included physical work in not more than two-thirds of the United States of America. This includes an evaluation of references.

Question:

How can I join this organization?

Answer:

Call our Membership officer Bob Carr Jr.     -     P: 800.451.5621 ext.512     E: rjcarr@mtinspections.com

Question:

How can I find out more about this organization?

Answer:

Please see the Contact NAIIAE page for further details.