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Building Codes Report: IBHS Rates Coastal States

The building code study assesses the progress of 18 hurricane-prone coastal states along the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Coast More

Protecting Employees in the Workplace
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Protecting Employees in the Workplace

Travel through any workplace and you'll likely find yourself in a minefield of... More

Zero Tolerance Drug Policy
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Zero Tolerance Drug Policy

The construction industry struggles with higher than average employee drug use.... More

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Tailoring Insurance for the Concrete Industry

With insurance premiums increasing every year, and construction/remodeling companies taking on the burden of insurance costs that may not even relate to their business, many of these businesses are finding themselves unable to make a profit due to the high insurance payments. More

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Beware of Defective Vapor Barriers
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Beware of Defective Vapor Barriers

A very serious issue that concrete contractors need to be aware of concerns the... More

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Softening the Insurance Crunch

The easiest way to reduce insurance cost is to eliminate unnecessary coverages. When you cancel or delete coverage, you are assuming the risk yourself. Assuming the risk yourself is possible because either the risk is very small or remote, or the cost of the claim can be readily absorbed as a business expense. More

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Insurance: Do You Really Have Enough Coverage?

Adequate insurance coverage is an important management problem for contractors. Part of the solution is to obtain a good understanding of the coverage provided by various types of policies and to become familiar with some of the grey areas that need to be covered at the time such policies are written. More

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Check Costs on Your Worker's Compensation and General Liability Premiums

Reducing the cost of business is of crucial concern to all contractors. Insurance premium charges for Worker's Compensation and General Liability represent an overhead expense that hasn't been given sufficient consideration as a possible area for cost cutting. More

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The Challenge of Tire Marks

Our insurance company recently paid out on a claim for loss in appearance of a driveway surface. More

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