Crisis Management Planning for Your Construction Company

Crisis Management Planning for Your Construction Company


In this ever-changing climate, it is critical to be prepared ahead of time for events like liability claims, major accidents, community crises, environmental hazards, and negative media attention.

In these situations, having a well-developed and rehearsed Crisis Management plan, with variations of the plan to cover any emergency you might expect to encounter, is part of any proactive and responsible Risk Management planning.

Working with a Broker who has a long history of working with Crisis Management issues is extremely important and beneficial to your company. You want to make sure your Broker is experienced in:

  • Crisis Communication Plans
  • Fatalities and Serious Injury
  • Terrorist Threats
  • Civil Unrest
  • Labor Disputes
  • Media Management
  • Fire/Explosion Response
  • Environmental Crisis
  • Specific Severe Weather Event Response
  • Bomb Threats
  • Workplace Violence
  • Active Shooter Situations
  • Building Shutdown
  • Building Collapse/Failure
  • Responsibilities of the Construction Manager, General Contractor, Sub-Contractors, etc.

Crisis Management planning is a complex subject that requires a multi-disciplinary approach. That’s why is important to have a Broker that can assist in whatever actions may need to be addressed or reviewed. If you have any questions about your Crisis Management plan or want to review your current plan, reach out to TSIB today and speak with one of our Risk Consultants!

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