When building construction occurs as either ground-up
new or renovation of an existing structure, there are many complex
exposures and coverage options the underwriter, broker and risk
manager must consider. They must also ensure the project is in compliance
with the contract of the risk presented. In the event of a claim that
arises during or after completion of a project, the adjuster must also be
aware of available protections and clauses that may play a role in the
settlement of the claim.
Join us for this webinar to learn more
about Builder's Risk and the considerations for each industry
This session will be of
great benefit to intermediate to senior property & casualty
underwriters, commercial and personal lines brokers that deal with home
construction/renovations; or those simply interested in gaining some
knowledge in the construction segment of insurance.
By the end of this session, you will be able
- Know what "Blanket Builders"
risk and "Project Site" risks are
- Explain the various types of construction
and unique exposures of each
- List the available protections, including
equipment breakdown (EBI)
- Define the related design clauses (DE1,
DE2, DE3, DE4, DE5)
- Compare wrap-up to the
- Understand contractual obligations of construction including
Leader: Melanie Needham, FCIP, CRM
RIBO CE Hours: 2 Technical hours
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- Your Insurance Institute
of Ontario membership must be up-to-date.
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