Assessing Commercial Risks
Conestoga Chapter Office
515 Riverbend Drive, Unit 101, Kitchener, ON, N2K 3S3
Date and Time: September 06, 2018 9 am - 4:00 pm
CLASSROOM | BUILDING | TECHNICAL
commercial risk is more than just what the business does.Your commercial clients
rely on you to provide advice that is accurate and timely. The consequences of
not identifying and analyzing risks an organization faces may be critical.
Consider an insured that learns that a major loss is not covered. The
broker/agent may be blamed for not advising the client to purchase appropriate
insurance; the insurer is likely to bear the client’s anger and frustration; the
adjuster will have to explain that there is no coverage and prepare for legal
discuss a full commercial risk assessment to assist with loss control, risk
management, rating and underwriting including:
•Occupancy and associated
•Building construction and exposures
•Internal protection systems
such as fixed extinguishing systems and sprinkler systems
public fire protection including hydrants and fire station
•All-risk exposure information such as flood, water damage,
earthquake, collapse, impact, explosion etc.
You’ll see the benefits of attending this seminar right away in your
: You will come away with the
tools to complete a full risk assessment of your commercial portfolio.
refresh your perspective on commercial risks to ensure effective and thorough
Adjusters : quickly identify potential
coverage issues and ensure accuracy and understanding of nuances in commercial
Needham, FCIP, CRM
The price of our full-day seminars include breakfast snacks upon
arrival, morning and afternoon refreshments, and
CE hours: 5.5
- Prices below are for IIO Members
- Non-members and renewing members
please note that if applicable, the IIO membership
fee will be automatically added to your cart.
-No refunds, credit notes issued only with 48 hour
-Fees noted below do not include hst.
If you have any questions or for assistance with
registration, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org