Risk Control Resources
Risk Control and Safety Tips

Through our partnership with CLMI Safety Training, we are pleased to offer you and your employees access to free online safety courses covering a broad spectrum of topics. Courses include an online video and downloadable training materials such as instructor manuals, PowerPoint presentations and quizzes.

Risk Control and Safety Tips

Any operation that generates heat, sparks or flame is considered, “hot work.” Such activity, including welding and cutting, presents a severe risk of fire as it introduces potentially uncontrolled ignition sources. Combustible materials produced from hot work, such as sparks or molten dollies, can smolder and eventually burst into flame or can ignite other flammable materials located too close to hot work operations.

Risk Control and Safety Tips

In the highly competitive construction business, the last thing you need is to have your equipment or materials stolen. Theft is a prevalent problem in the industry, with millions of dollars worth of equipment and materials stolen every year. Intact Inland Marine has joined forces with tattletale to offer extra layers of protection against this threat.

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Working with Intact Insurance Inland Marine means you’ll have a well-seasoned team of responsive experts ready to assist you with your unique needs. Our inland marine solutions provide a comprehensive and broad range of coverage* for many industries including construction, transportation and cultural.

Risk Control and Safety Tips

How prepared are you to monitor your drivers while they are on the road? Do you have a program to track driving infractions and provide appropriate feedback? Do you have a system in place to provide appropriate counseling to your drivers when caller reports have been received?

Risk Control and Safety Tips

Can your insureds continue to operate if their equipment is stolen or out of service? Claims resulting from theft, insufficient equipment maintenance, and operator error are on the rise. With the construction industry booming, equipment is in high demand and more susceptible to theft.