Focus on Risk Management

Articles presented by the Risk Management Committee...

Getting the Right PL Coverage at the Right Price (June 2012)

Contract Cheat Sheet aka Common Contract Language of Concern  (August 2011)

A/E Mergers & Acquisitions (May 2011)

Project Evaluation More Important Than Ever (Winter 2011)

Internal Risk Management (Fall 2010)

Reducing the Chances of Third-Party Claims (Spring 2010)

When does a notice from a client become a claim that must be reported to your insurance carrier? (Winter 2010)

Getting Paid in a Slow Economy (Fall 2009)

Working without Formal Agreements (Winter 2009)

Nobody is Perfect: How to Manage Client Expectations (Fall 2008)

What's Your Risk Management IQ? (Winter 2008)

Meeting the Standard of Care (November 2006)

 


NATIONAL ISSUES

NCHRP/AASHTO

"Best Practices in the Management of Design Errors and Omissions"

Click below for list of Reports, Presentations and Links (AASHTO Subcommittee on Design)

http://design.transportation.org/?siteid=59&pageid=849

 


Typical A/E Business Insurance Coverages
Did you know there are almost 30 different typical business insurance coverages that your company should or could purchase? An organization of insurance brokers specializing in A/E business insurance (a/eProNet) has a useful listing of the various types of business insurance available. Follow this link to select a brief explanation of each type of coverage: http://www.aepronet.org/Pages/Typical%20Coverages.aspx. Reviewing this information should increase your risk management knowledge. The website also carries a terminology section.

Click here for Risk Management Resources for Architects and Engineers offered by a/e ProNet.

 

 

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