With the 2016 Atlantic hurricane season officially underway, it’s important to make sure your business is prepared to handle potential high winds, heavy rain and flooding. This year, NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center is calling for a “near-normal” hurricane season that includes:
A 70 percent likelihood of 10 to 16 named storms (winds of 39 mph or higher),
Of these named storms, 4 to 8 could become hurricanes (winds of 74 mph or higher),
XL Catlin’s Property Risk Engineering team can help clients in taking preventative measures to protect their properties from hurricanes and other severe weather threats. They can provide valuable insight and detailed exposure analysis, recommendations for adequate property protection systems as well as development of effective pre-emergency plans. Here are some tools that can be used to protect your business from severe weather:Calm Before the Storm_Facility PlanningCalm Before the Storm_Storm Prep Checklists
Sounding the alarm: Wildfire exposure and prevention in construction
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We know certain types of construction carry inherent fire risks – wood frame construction is one such type. Building materials stored onsite can pose a fire risk. But what happens when the risk of fire and its resultant damage spreads beyond the jobsite. What happens when a single spark from a grinder,
No one is quite certain how Valentine’s Day emerged as an annual celebration of love and romance.
One legend points the origin to a third century Roman priest named Valentine who persisted in marrying men and women in spite of a decree from Emperor Claudius II that cancelled all marriages and engagements
The next generation of Inland Marine underwriting is here
February 11, 2020
A freshly minted college graduate looking for work in today’s market often faces a grueling job search. Not Allison Rolsing – thanks to a job she took in high school!
As a receptionist in an insurance broker’s office while she was still in high school, Allison learned insurance basics like limits,