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Category Archives: Safety

Construction

Awareness of Risks Can Help Avoid Construction Vibration Damage

Awareness of Risks Can Help Avoid Construction Vibration Damage Understanding the science behind vibration damage can help construction companies avoid costly, and frequent, construction losses. The cost can be more than financial, putting the reputations of construction companies at risk, as one contractor learned. Vibration from bridge construction activity damaged a house, according to a […]

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4 Key Steps for Construction Projects to Help Protect Your Company

4 Key Steps for Construction Projects to Help Protect Your Company Taking precautions before work begins and while underway can help safeguard your construction project from injuries and damages occurring during construction, and any claims made after the project is completed. Having well documented pre- and post-construction conditions surveys, records of all work conducted, and […]

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covid-19

COVID-19 Response: UPDATED

COVID-19 Response: UPDATED 3/20/2020: As we continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation, we are taking into advisement the new guidelines during these challenging times to practice social distancing to keep the spread of this virus to a minimum. The Contractor Insurance Providers physical office will be closed but we will be working from our homes. […]

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lightning

Preparing Your Construction Site for Severe Weather

Preparing Your Construction Site for Severe Weather Property damage from severe weather events can add both cost and time to a project. While it’s not possible to fully predict and react in a timely fashion to strong winds and storms, a documented and practiced contingency plan can help contractors prepare for the unexpected. Protect your […]

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construction equipment

Staying Safe Around Heavy Equipment

Staying Safe Around Heavy Equipment Every year heavy equipment operators, ground workers and pedestrians are injured or killed by heavy mobile equipment used in construction. Many of these incidents are the result of rollovers or by individuals being struck or crushed by equipment. In fact, “struck-by” deaths are one of the construction industry’s “Fatal Four” […]

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