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Risk Control Bulletins

Water, water all around—are you flood-smart?

When it comes to water, it’s best to prepare for a worst-case scenario. Damage caused by floodwater can be both devastating and tragic.

Tags: Flood, Water

Above-Ground Oil Tanks

Oil tank, line and fitting failures and subsequent spills, as well as oil theft and / or attempted theft are growing problems.

Refugee Sponsorship

Enormous rewards… and potential risks: Canadians have a proud history of providing humanitarian aid to individuals and families who are escaping conflict, persecution and human rights abuses in their homelands.

Fire Safety on Construction and Demolition Sites

Best Practices to Help Protect People and Property: Fire is often cited as the most dangerous hazard on both construction and demolition sites.

Maintaining Your Heritage Property

Protect the past. Safeguard the future: Heritage properties pay tribute to our nation’s history and our diverse cultures.

When it Comes to Electrical Safety, Knowledge is the Best Kind of Power.

The electric charge which flows into your property through electric circuits carries enough power to cause serious personal injury – electric shock, burn, even death.

Safe Use of Social Media

Prepare for Winter. Protect Your Property.

Extreme winter weather can result in a range of problems, from burst pipes and collapsed roofs to increased fire risks.

Bouncy Castles and Other Inflatable Amusement Rides: Safety Issues and Best Practices for Set-up and Use

The following Risk Management guidelines outline best practices for the rental, safe set-up and safe operation of these structures.

Candle Safety

Unfortunately, candle fires have become far more common. Damages from these fires––in terms of personal injury and property damage––can be devastating.


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