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Meet David P. Duden

Director, Deloitte Consulting LLP

David is a Deloitte Consulting LLP director focused on Insurance, Risk Management and Safety Solutions within the  Actuarial and Insurance Solutions (AIS) practice. He leads the Safety Analytics service area, which is focused on providing services regarding workplace safety through advanced analytical tools. He directs the services in support of risk management and insurance technology-related projects. He recently headed the first Global Corporate Health Management survey for Deloitte.

David has over 25 years of experience in all phases of the insurance industry, specializing in workers’ compensation. His background includes positions with carriers, third-party administrators, agency management firms, insurance technology outsourcing and consulting organizations.

David is a published author and a frequent speaker on insurance and risk management topics.

David completed his graduate program from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln.

My Latest Thinking

Safety Analytics: The New Science of Prevention
David co-authored this Modern Contractor Solutions TM article with Mark Charron, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP. This article discussed safety programs, training, and wellness programs that could have an impact on the frequency of accidents and perhaps even the severity of those accidents.

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Overview:  Human Capital 
Services:  Actuarial and Insurance Solutions 

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