Wednesday, June 07, 2023
12:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Course conducted by: Thomas Koch and Christopher DeCarlo
Submitted for 1.0 hour of CE credit in TX, FL, and WA
Submitted for 1.0 hour of CLE credit in IL, PA, and WA
This comprehensive course is designed to provide essential knowledge on environmental hazards associated with construction activities. Participants, including licensed professionals such as adjusters and attorneys, will learn to identify potential hazards at different stages of construction, assess risks to workers and the public, and understand the potential health implications of exposure to these hazards. The course will cover a wide range of environmental hazards, including those caused by improper construction methods, and will offer practical guidance on how to mitigate them. Participants will also learn how to identify adverse conditions before they result in exposure, and how to manage claims related to environmental hazards. With this knowledge, professionals can improve their underwriting practices and claims management, and ensure that construction activities are conducted safely and responsibly.