National Association of Independent Insurance Auditors and Engineers

Formed in 1963, NAIIAE is an association comprised of independent companies providing audits, underwriting surveys, loss control services and other related services to the insurance industry. NAIIAE provides a nationwide network of competent, reliable service companies that can assist another company in handling a case out of its service territory or can even assist an account who may have work out of the area on a regular basis.

The NAIIAE organization is not connected with or associated with any group of companies either Non-Profit or public or privately held companies or associations.

The purpose of NAIIAE as quoted from the bylaws: "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 its membership to aquire and distribute education material; to enhance the dignity and regard for our profession; and to meet for the exchange of ideas and discussion of mutual problems." From 1963 forward, the NAIIAE members, individually and collectively, have consistently worked toward that goal, and it is to that end that the association is dedicated.

Membership in NAIIAE is limited to organizations in the audit, inspection, engineering and related fields, serving the insurance industry in whole or part.

With its Code of Ethics, NAIIAE boasts one of the most stringent, self-imposed bodies of regulations adopted by any business association in the United States. It sets and demands high standards for its members, and its members take great pride in achieving them.

Through the years, NAIIAE has made numerous strides in upgrading the quality of audits and inspections through convention seminars, guest speakers, the distribution of educational information to the membership's field staffs, and periodic newsletters which include insurance related articles submitted by NAIIAE members.

Annual meetings provide an opportunity for member companies to exchange professional techniques, procedures and ideas with other association members in order to improve company operations and to address problems commonly faced by all members, with the result that new ideas and solutions are always being discussed and analyzed.

Highlights of past annual meetings have included industry dinners and notable speakers from throughout the insurance industry-state insurance commissioners, executives of insurance companies, directors and officers of OSHA, PIA and other safety oriented groups.