Spring and Summer Risk Control

Protect your community and your property

Spring thaw can often create conditions that lead to property damage and, more importantly, bodily injury. By law, it is the responsibility of the occupier (whether an owner or a tenant) to ensure that conditions are safe for people using and  / or visiting the property.

If there is an injury, the occupier must demonstrate that an appropriate standard of care was applied. Given the potential risks and liabilities, it is especially important to understand the hazards of spring thaw and to develop grounds maintenance procedures to minimize or eliminate risks. By planning ahead and implementing best practices, you can manage risk better, help ensure the safety of everyone who uses your premises, and protect your property.

Taking early action is paramount

Property inspection and grounds maintenance is an integral part of an effective Risk Management Program for any organization. In fact, creating and implementing a formal property inspection program…

Download the PDF to Learn More

Related Risk


Windstorm Emergency Response Plan

Candle Lit Ceremony

Safety Practices for Ceremonies Involving Fire


Insuring Heritage Buildings in Canada

MS Teams

Quick Guide for Using Microsoft Teams