Published: July, 2022
Insurance is a vital risk mitigation tool in construction projects. There are several types of insurance and insurance arrangements found when dealing with construction projects. One needs to understand all the different arrangements to ensure they know all the risks and benefits of each.
Why it is necessary to have insurance at construction sites?
Protection against loss, damage, and liability is required at every stage of construction – from conceptualization and design to implementation, handover, and operation, comprehensive insurance coverage is imperative. This is because the inherent risks associated with construction projects are numerous and substantial.
There are all sorts of risks associated with construction projects, from natural disasters like fire and wind storms to vandalism, arson, and theft. As a contractor, you have a responsibility to ensure you and your employees are protected with the right types of insurance coverage.
This CPE Auditing Webinar will consider the role of insurance, important insurance considerations, and common types of insurance cover in construction projects.
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Founder & CEO, Auspicium
Auspicium was founded as a management consulting firm specializing in audit, real estate management, facilities management and Construction Audit and construction audit cost recovery. We specialize in consulting, fraud examination, risk assessment, and training. Our founder is a recognized leader in the field and has spoken for private companies as well as for The Instiute of Internal Auditors and the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.
Sep 8th, 2022
Very informative. Learned a lot from examples and info on the slides.
Sep 17th, 2022