Construction Hazards: Know the risks… And Take Steps To Mitigate Them

Whether your organization is looking to build a new facility, add space to an existing structure or simply undertake roof repairs, it is extremely important to understand the risks associated with construction and take appropriate steps to mitigate them. The fact is, whatever the size or scope of your project, if the risks are not identified and managed and a loss does occur, the results can be devastating: personal injury, extensive property damage or total loss, significant legal and financial liabilities, business and/or service interruption, and reputational harm.

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