Risk Control Bulletins
Spring and Summer Risk Control: Protect Your Retirement Community and Your Property
Spring/summer risk control is especially important as a severe winter followed by a sudden thaw can cause all kinds of potential hazards.
Water Damage Loss Control in Care Facilities
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Preventing Water Damage
Climate change, outdated infrastructure, spring melting, water runoff, torrential rains, snow, tree roots, broken lines, accompanied with other weather related issues, are resulting in an increased probability of water damage and or sewer backup related losses occurring.
Averting Some Common Winter-Related Losses (Ruptured Pipes)
Canadian winter conditions give rise to some unique hazards.
Trip and Fall Prevention
A trip and fall can result in serious injuries, particularly amongst the elderly where these accidents often result in fractures, and often lengthy or incomplete recovery.
Get ready for spring… and potential flooding
While it may be hard to believe given today’s wind chill factor, winter is coming to an end. That’s the good news.
Heating Oil Theft - A Seasonal Risk
Once again, thieves have stolen heating oil from a Church, this time in Atholville, New Brunswick.
Routine Maintenance Can Reduce Sprinkler Freeze-ups
During harsh Canadian winters, many automatic fire sprinkler systems freeze and rupture. The resulting damage can be both devastating and tragic.
'Hot Work' Protocol Reduces Potential for Fire Loss
Two devastating fires recently covered in the news were a harsh reminder that vacant buildings and buildings under renovation are at increased risk for experiencing a fire loss.
Vandalism Often an Indicator of Impending Arson
All Saints Anglican Church experienced several incidents of vandalism in the months preceding the fire.