Hurricane preparedness: Timely tips for contractors
September 12, 2018
Contractors throughout the Southeast are bracing for the imminent impact of hurricane Florence. Given the fact that this hurricane is predicted to make landfall as a Category 4 (131-155 mph) or even a Category 5 (< 155 mph) and potentially at high tide, there is real potential for significant human and property destruction from wind, storm surge and flooding.
To help, our Inland Marine team has some tips to help secure constructions sites to minimize damage to property and equipment from Florence’s impact.
"Racism: no one should feel alone or stay silent," Karima Silvent, Global Head of HR at AXA
June 06, 2020
As a black woman I am no stranger to being the minority in the room, and I can tell many stories of the assumptions and thoughtless comments some people have made towards me or family members throughout my life. Like many, I am upset and deeply saddened by the tragic events in the US; I keep dreaming
Brace yourself: Hurricane preparedness for construction projects
June 05, 2020
Hurricanes are among the most destructive of natural catastrophes and can cause billions of dollars in damages. But weather forecasting systems and technology often provide enough lead-time to minimize damages when a storm strikes — if you plan ahead.
This year, there are some previously unheard-of
Navigating through an era of uncertainty: A PARIMA Dynamic Huddle
June 05, 2020
Virtually every aspect of the COVID-19 emergency has an element of uncertainty. In a recent virtual Dynamic Huddle sponsored by the Pan-Asia Risk and Insurance Management Association (PARIMA) and AXA XL, three industry leaders shared their views on some of the ways individuals and organizations can navigate