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Construction and Contractors - Advice Moving Forward

Construction and Contractors - Advice Moving Forward
Construction companies and contractors will need to identify risks and adopt new policies to ensure employee and customer safety. Here are a few areas to consider:

  • Discuss with your employees their personal concerns, such as workplace safety, chronic medical conditions or age-related risk factors.
  • Identify workplace risks, such as safety meetings where workers are in close proximity to one another, or tools which are handled by multiple employees.
  • Detail procedures for handwashing stations, workplace sanitation improvements, as well as tool and surface disinfecting.
  • Create social distancing protocols to help protect your workers and customers.
  • Look to your association for resources and advice - Many are offering discounted memberships, and combined with group-buying incentives, there’s never been a better time to join.
  • Click here to review the Standardized Protocols for All Canadian Construction Sites.
It’s very likely your construction business has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s now more important than ever to speak to an experienced insurance professional to ensure you have the coverage you need.

As construction and contractor insurance professionals, we are equipped to help you analyse the cost/benefit when it comes to your insurance requirements and the confidence knowing you have the coverage you need moving forward.

Please reach out to our EasyInsure team if we can help: 1-800-679-2640 or email: