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Evaluating industry guidance on water damage risk management

Join this webinar to hear from experts how industry guidance provides best practice on water damage risk management.

Background
This webinar will evaluate industry guidance on water damage risk management. CIREG and BESA will provide a summary of their guidance on managing the risks of water damage and how this is being used on site. The webinar will cover the challenges and practical solutions as well as highlight the client/contractor/insurer/broker/legal perspectives.

Managing Construction Risk Community of Practice
Launched in 2020, CIRIA’s Managing Construction Risk Community of Practice (CoP) brings together practitioners from the construction and insurance sectors with the objective of improving the management of risk and financial performance.

Through a series of network events and integrated resources the CoP will help deliver more focused collaboration and enhance knowledge transfer in risk management. The events examined within the CoP network include:
  • Evaluating industry guidance on water damage risk management
  • Risk of using innovative materials
  • Offsite construction risk management
  • Responding to fire safety developments
For more information about Managing Construction Risk CoP, please contact Dirk Vennix.

Why attend
  • Improve your understanding of how all risk policies are being developed and shape good practice where clear guidelines have yet to emerge.
  • Enhance knowledge and understanding of how the construction sector operates to control risk.
  • Find out what CIRIA’s Managing Construction Risk Community of Practice will deliver for members and how this will support practitioners with their CPD programmes.
Who should attend
  • Insurance sector practitioners: risk engineers, underwriters and brokers
  • Construction sector practitioners: insurance buyers, quality assurance managers, project managers as well as financial and legal experts working for asset owners and operators, T1/T2 contractors, designers and suppliers.
  • Procurement specialists working for publicly funded bodies
  • Regulators
  • Research community
  • Trade associations
When
Tuesday 19 July 2022
10:30 – 12:30

Programme
10:30 Welcome and introduction
Dirk Vennix, Chief Executive, CIRIA

10:35 CIRIA's Community of Practice: Managing Construction Risk
Dirk Vennix, Chief Executive, CIRIA

10:40 Experience with CIREG guidance on managing water damage risk
Mark Redding, Vice Chair and Secretary, CIREG and Risk Engineer UK,
Protector Insurance
Nick Mead, Technical Director, Laing O'Rourke, and Author of the
BESA guidance note

11:20 Stakeholder perspectives
Client perspective: Veronica Flint Williams, Contract and Risk Manager, 
Environment Agency
Legal perspective: Rob Goodship, Senior Associate Solicitor, Fenchurch Law

11:30 Good practice in managing water damage risk
Broker perspective: Tim Howard, Construction & Delay Practice Leader, Marsh

11:50 Interactive discussion and Q&A

12:25 Closing remarks

Fees
 Community of Practice: Founding members*
 (Environment Agency, Fenchurch Law, Marsh) 
 Free to attend 
 CIREG and BESA members*
 Free to attend 
 CIRIA members**
 £40 + VAT
 Non-members**
 £45 + VAT
*   Please complete and return the booking form to James Nguyen to register.
** Please register online.

Booking
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If you are experiencing issues registering online, please complete and return the booking form to James Nguyen.
Alternatively please email [email protected]

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Further information
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Email: [email protected]
Web: www.ciria.org
When
7/19/2022 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
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