Development Academy


To help our clients improve the safety of their workplace, D&D has created a Development Academy. These are a series of regional workshops conducted by highly experienced experts in loss control services. Each session will include training materials and tips that will help your business. Don’t miss these informative seminars.

*Click to view our Development Academy Brochure for class information and to register.*

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Risk Management Services

Reducing Employer Exposure and Lowering Insurance Costs

DiBuduo & DeFendis Insurance Brokers is unique. We have our own internal Loss Control Department whose primary focus is to work in partnership with clients to develop effective workplace safety strategies that minimize losses and prevent injuries. D&D believes that our safety and risk management services help reduce client exposure and, ultimately, lower insurance costs.

  • Hazard Identification & Evaluation
  • Loss Prevention & Reduction
  • Safety Program Review
  • Loss Trend Analysis
  • Management Training & Development
  • Risk Management Center (RMC)
  • DVD Lending Library
  • Certificate Program: Forklift, Lockout Blockout, Heat Stress, First Aid, OSHA 10 and 30 and much more

Learn More about our Risk Management Services

First Aid, CPR, AED Certification

Training people how to prepare for and respond to emergencies is the core mission of the American Red Cross. We offer a range of health and safety classes that teach you new skills and keep you current, knowledgeable, confident and ready to respond to almost any emergency situation. With classes across all key areas of training available, D&D Insurance in association with the American Red Cross delivers the training you seek – when, where and how you need it.

Cal OSHA Updates

Come join us as we hear from Cal OSHA directly on what the administration will be focusing on this year. Don’t miss the informative opportunity as we explore OSHA’s target industries, new regulations and change to the current standards.

When Should An Employer Call OSHA? Download this helpful guide. DOWNLOAD PDF