Construction

Roofing Insurance: Cost and Types Contractors Need

Whether it’s workplace accidents or equipment damage, roofing contractors are exposed to a multitude of risks daily, which creates a large need for roofing contractor insurance. Whether you’re a small roofing business or a large-scale contractor, your insurance should be meticulously tailored to you to serve as a protective shield, not only for your roofing …

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Prevent heat-related illness on Johnson City construction site

Prevent Heatstroke on the Johnson City Construction Site

During the summer months, it can regularly get above 90 degrees in Johnson City. This can pose a significant risk for Johnson City construction workers. If you are a construction worker or employer, you need to make sure you are taking proper precautions to protect yourself and your employees against heat-related illnesses. As summer approaches …

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Cyber Liability Coverage in the Construction Industry

In recent years, cyber incidents have surged in both cost and frequency. These incidents have become a pressing concern for organizations of all sizes and sectors—and construction companies are no exception. Although employers within the construction industry may think that their cyber exposures are minimal, this often isn’t the case. Rather, such vulnerabilities can come …

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Preventing Theft at the Construction Site

Job site theft has become a rising concern for construction employers across the country—resulting in the loss of valuable equipment and materials. In fact, the latest research revealed that such theft currently accounts for an estimated $1 billion in annual costs throughout the construction sector. Yet, there are several measures that construction employers like you …

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Protecting Construction Workers in the Summer

As summertime approaches, it’s important to ensure your employees will be properly protected at the construction site. After all, summer is often the hottest season of the year, typically accompanied by surging temperatures and increased humidity levels. Such weather conditions can greatly increase the risk of your employees experiencing numerous complications on the job—especially heat-related …

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Electrical Safety at the Construction Site

According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), electrocution is one of the top four causes of fatality that collectively contribute to over half of annual construction sector deaths. This month’s Construction Risk Advisor newsletter offers tips for ensuring electrical safety at the construction site. Click here to read the whole newsletter! If you …

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How COVID Has Impacted the Construction Industry

The Associated General Contractors of America recently released its 2020 Workforce Survey results, outlining the latest labor trends within the construction sector. This month’s Construction Risk Advisor newsletter summarizes key findings from the survey. Click here to read October’s newsletter! If you have any questions about workplace safety or builders risk insurance, please give us …

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