Chubb’s Construction Risk Engineering Online Portal was developed to demonstrate our commitment to our construction clients by assisting them in their risk management efforts. The Chubb Risk Engineering Portal provides an overview of Chubb’s construction risk capabilities, commodities and services.
The Portal also provides log in access to a secure online Resource Centre designed exclusively for current Chubb Construction insureds. Chubb clients and their designated representatives can access the Resource Centre section of the Portal via ID and password, which can be requested by completing an online registration form (available on the Portal home page). This will allow convenient 24/ 7 availability of the Resource Centre anywhere and anytime – at the office or on the job site.
Each section of the Resource Centre contains safety resources related to topics critical to organizations that are involved in construction-related activities, including:
Contractor Training Programs:
Chubb offers a series of training programs customized to reflect the specific exposures facing your organization. Training is delivered to your personnel by our risk control consultants in a setting that is convenient and practical. Available topics include: Fall Management, Cranes, Scaffolding, Electrical, Work Zone and Flagger, Crisis Management and more. Chubb Canada will work with contractors to develop personalized training presentations upon request.
Construction Safety Investigator (CSI) Country-Wide:
A library of Construction Safety Investigator Talks that provide construction personnel with a guide to conduct on-site safety discussions. These tools provide best practices and engage the participants in a meaningful dialogue during these valuable meetings. CSI’s are available on a wide variety of construction-related topics.
Construction Supervisor Safety Training Course:
This program series is taught by seasoned construction safety professionals. Designed to provide the information, tools, and methods construction managers need to create and maintain an effective safety culture, the course uses real-life on the job scenarios and examples.
Chubb Construction Resource Guides:
The guides provide safety related information to those engaged in day-to-day construction operations and safety-related activities.
This tool is designed to give you an in-depth look at your organization, focusing on your strengths, limitations and improvement opportunities. Its three key components are: Injury Illness Program Evaluation, Baseline Culture Assessment and Shop Drawing. Includes a sample report. Focuses on evaluating management commitment, fall management, subcontractor selection/management, fleet safety, quality control/quality assurance and substance abuse, based on a series of best practice controls for each of these categories. Assists clients in determining what controls are in place or missing. The evaluation also can identify the strengths and limitations for each of these categories and provide recommendations to improve existing practices. This safety diagnostic can be performed for an organization’s current safety program, focusing the evaluation and feedback in the following categories: administration, training, communication, pre- planning procedures, documentation, subcontractor safety and accountability.
Baseline Loss Analysis/Trending:
This analysis can accurately demonstrate the most frequent and severe types of accidents, or loss leaders, with the goal of helping you to determine the root of accidents and take corrective action in areas where they make the most impact. This tool can be used to monitor the overall safety performance of an organization and each project in which the organization is involved. It evaluates how the organization is performing compared to the industry, and benchmarks how each individual project is performing compared to the organization and to other projects.
Construction Defect – Inspection & Verification Records (IVR):
The tool arms our insureds with useful resources and practical materials that can be used as the client sees fit; either as a “starting point” when creating a Quality Assurance and Control Program (QA/QC), as an enhancement to existing QA/QC programs.
Mobile and Tower Crane evaluations, Chubb Construction Desktop CD, Chubb Resource Shed CD, Job Safety Task Analysis and more.