Construction Risk Management provides insight into some of the thorniest risk and insurance issues that arise on construction projects. Do you utilize subcontractors on your construction projects? Do your construction operations involve the use of substances that could be considered pollutants? Do you frequently require or agree to provide additional insured status to various parties in your construction contract? Do you know how each of these activities impacts your risk management program?
Check our state law references to find out how much risk can be legally transferred in a construction contract or how long a contractor can be held liable for a construction defect. Learn how to ensure your risk transfers will be effective and how to modify key insurance policies to close gaps in a contractor's builders risk, equipment, workers compensation, commercial general liability, and umbrella coverages. Get up to speed on topics like contractors pollution and professional liability insurance, subcontractor default insurance, and unmanned aircraft coverage. These are just a few of the topics covered in this comprehensive reference designed specifically for contractors and the risk and insurance professionals who support them. Call or email Debbie at Southern Colorado Insurance Center today for a risk management review 719-329-4441 Debbie [at] scicteam [dot] com