Episode 285

Construction Claims: Preparing for the Loss


May 1st, 2023

18 mins 32 secs

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About this Episode

In this episode, “Construction Claims: Preparing for the Loss,” Tashia Rasul leads a discussion and answers questions about assembling a team of risk professionals to collaborate when a new construction project is contemplated. This team, assembled before any construction losses occur, can include the project owner, safety organization, investigators, on-site medical staff, insurance broker, third-party administrator, and any contractors present.

Tashia discusses the following:

  • Assembling a team of risk professionals who will “swing into action” once a catastrophic loss occurs.
  • Who should be on the team.
  • Getting the team together, running a drill.

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