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The Consequences of an Incidental Fleet – Hired and Non-Owned Vehicles

1 Contact Hour | $50

1-hour webinar

Most companies know the importance of and take action to implement a formal fleet safety program for the Company Cars they own.  However, very frequently, companies fail to extend these fleet policies and programs over to their hired and non-owned auto drivers and fleet.  This webinar will define hired and non-owned autos, who is an insured, exposures, losses, and risk mitigation strategies to avoid exposure and losses that can affect the bottom line.  

main drains

Occupational Disease Series – Fundamentals of Noise

1 Contact Hour | $50 (Individual program)

Entire Occupational Disease Series (9 Courses) $300

1-hour webinar

Fundamentals of Noise is the first course of nine total in the Occupational Disease Series.  It can be taken as a standalone program or as a part of the Occupational Disease Series.   The one-hour webinar will focus on the Fundamentals of Noise and provide a  better understanding of the physics of noise, a discussion on how noise impacts one’s ability to hear and how to complete a noise survey.  

The Occupational Disease Series includes the following topics:

  • Fundamentals of Noise
  • Respirable Crystalline Silica 
  • Weld Fume
  • Heat and Cold Stress
  • Hexavalent Chromium
  • Diacetyl
  • Isocyanates
  • Metal Working Fluids
  • Mold
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Common Warehouse Hazards and Protection

2 Contact Hours | $160

2-hour webinar 

This two-hour webinar trains participants on commodity classifications, warehouse storage arrangements, fire protection schemes, common hazards, and the importance of pre-planning with the Fire Department to ensure the safety of your business and employees and will include live demonstrations from the Risk Engineering Center.

Man testing fire extinguisher

Occupational Disease Series – Respirable Crystalline Silica

1 Contact Hour | $50

Entire Occupational Disease Series (9 Courses) $300

1-hour webinar

Respirable Crystalline Silica is the second course of nine in the Occupational Disease Series. It can be taken as a standalone program or as a part of the Occupational Disease Series. This one-hour webinar will focus on the health hazards associated with three forms and two states of silica, operations that may generate silica and control measures.  

The Occupational Disease Series includes the following topics: 

  • Fundamentals of Noise
  • Respirable Crystalline Silica 
  • Weld Fume
  • Heat Stress
  • Hexavalent Chromium
  • Diacetyl
  • Isocyanates
  • Metal Working

Questions related to Chubb+ Risk Training?

For more information about our curriculum and Risk Engineering Center please click below.

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Work from Home – It’s Here to Stay

1 Contact Hour | $50

1-hour webinar

At the peak of the pandemic, nearly 83% of office workers were working from home and this transition to remote work for many companies took place with little opportunity to plan.  Now, that many employers are offered some form of remote working, companies need to ensure that they are receiving the expected benefits from the offer of remote work options. Remote work presents unique challenges from a safety and risk management perspective that warrants planning to ensure a successful transition.

This session will review the current state of remote work and considerations that employers should address when they offer remote work options including:

- The impact that Remote Work arrangement has had on Workers’ Compensation Insurance
- Ensuring appropriate ergonomics at home workspaces
- Supporting employees with ergonomic assessments
- Options for provisioning the home workspace
- Establishing formal remote work agreements

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Fleet Safety Program Development

1 Contact Hour | $50

1-hour webinar

This 1-hour webinar will provide guidance for the development of a fleet safety program  including demonstrating the areas of focus necessary. Major topics will include leadership administration, driver management, vehicle management and incident management.   Formalizing fleet controls will promote consistency and help foster a safety culture in order to help reduce vehicle accidents and driver injuries. This course will address most types of vehicle operations associated with company fleet operations including Regulated, Non-regulated, Off-road, Hired non-owned, Non-employees driving company vehicles, and Third parties delivering on your company’s behalf.

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Occupational Disease Series – Hexavalent Chromium

1 Contact Hour | $50

Entire Occupational Disease Series (9 Courses) $300

1-hour webinar

Hexavalent Chromium is the fifth course of nine in the Occupational Disease Series. It can be taken as a standalone program or as a part of the Occupational Disease Series. This one-hour webinar will address what is Hexavalent Chromium (CrVI), the health effects, exposure groups, where CrVI is found, sampling strategies and control measures that can be put in place to help keep your employees safe.  

The Occupational Disease Series includes the following topics:

- Fundamentals of Noise
- Respirable Crystalline Silica 
- Weld Fume
- Heat Stress
- Hexavalent Chromium
- Diacetyl
- Isocyanates
- Metal Working Fluids
- Mold 

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Main Drain Testing

1 Contact Hour | $80

1-hour webinar

In this  one-hour interactive webinar our Risk Engineering instructors will walk participants through the definition of a main drain test, the NFPA requirements and how to perform and interpret the test results. This educational session will include a live demonstration on a main drain test, performed at the Chubb Risk Engineering Center – where prevention is possible 

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Occupational Disease Series – Diacetyl

1 Contact Hour | $50

Entire Occupational Disease Series (9 Courses) $300

1-hour webinar

Diacetyl is the sixth course of nine in the Occupational Disease Series. It can be taken as a standalone program or as a part of the Occupational Disease Series. This one-hour webinar addresses what is Diacetyl, why it is a concern, timeline of illness, where it can be found, sampling and controls that will assist in the monitoring of employee health.

The Occupational Disease Series includes the following topics:

- Fundamentals of Noise
- Respirable Crystalline Silica 
- Weld Fume
- Heat Stress
- Hexavalent Chromium
- Diacetyl
- Isocyanates
- Metal Working Fluids
- Mold 

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Sprinkler Plan Review – Parts 1 & 2

13 Contact Hours | $1,200

16-hours In Person – Chubb Risk Engineering Center – 35 Columbia Road, Branchburg, NJ

 

This two-day interactive training  will walk participants through reading drawings, identifying components, approving system design, evaluating water supplies, and reviewing hydraulic calculations – all within NFPA 13 standards.  Attendees will participate in a plan review exercise. 

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Occupational Disease Series – Heat and Cold Stress

1 Contact Hour | $50

Entire Occupational Disease Series (9 Courses) $300

1-hour webinar

Heat and Cold Stress is the fourth course of nine in the Occupational Disease Series. It can be taken as a standalone program or as a part of the Occupational Disease Series. This one-hour webinar will focus on the issues associated with heat and cold exposure, identification of common stressors, recognizing heat strain disorders, how to conduct a study, sampling approaches and control measures.

The Occupational Disease Series includes the following topics: 

- Fundamentals of Noise
- Respirable Crystalline Silica 
- Weld Fume
- Heat Stress
- Hexavalent Chromium
- Diacetyl
- Isocyanates
- Metal Working Fluids
- Mold 

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Hot Work Risks and Prevention

1 Contact Hour | $80

1-hour webinar

Hot work operations start thousands of fires each year. A defined and implemented hot work program is key to preventing property damage and injury. In this educational webinar, we invite you to join us as we  discuss what hot work is, trends and losses caused by hot work, general precautions, and risk engineering tools to help design a hot work program for your business.

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Maintaining Water Based Fire Protection Systems – Parts 1 & 2

13 Contact hours | $1,200

16-hours In Person – Chubb Risk Engineering Center – 35 Columbia Road, Branchburg, NJ

 

This two-day training is a mix of classroom and hands-on demonstrations reviewing NFPA 25 requirements, including how to test various fire protection equipment to meet the NFPA standard. Live demonstrations include testing the wet, dry, pre-action, and deluge valves, and activating sprinklers via live fire. Attendees will learn to conduct annual fire pump tests and water supply testing, as well as graph and interpret fire pump test and water supply data. Join us for this interactive session, where risk prevention is possible!

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Fire Detection

6.5 Contact hours  | $600

8-hours In Person – Chubb Risk Engineering Center – 35 Columbia Road, Branchburg, NJ

 

This one-day training is a combination of classroom and hands-on demonstrations focusing on fire detection and alarm systems. Initiating devices, control units, notification devices, and inspection & testing of NFPA 72 are discussed. With live demonstrations, such as fire detection activation, learning requirements has never been more enjoyable.

row of fleet vehicles

Water Supplies and Sprinkler Systems

6.5 Contact hours | $600

8-hours In Person – Chubb Risk Engineering Center – 35 Columbia Road, Branchburg, NJ

 

This one-day training is a mix of classroom and hands-on demonstrations reviewing the various water supplies that exist for fire protection systems including suction, pressure, gravity tanks, fire pumps, and more. The training reviews the various components of automatic sprinkler systems, as well as the wet pipe sprinkler system. Hands-on activities include water supply testing, analysis of test results, fire protection control valve inspection, and live fire with sprinkler activation. NFPA 25 testing requirements for wet pipe and control valves are reviewed and demonstrated.

tripping hazard signage

Dry Pipe, Deluge and Pre-Action Systems

6.5 Contact hours | $600

8-hours In Person – Chubb Risk Engineering Center – 35 Columbia Road, Branchburg, NJ

 

This one-day training is a mix of classroom and hands-on demonstrations that review the components and operation of the dry, pre-action, and deluge sprinkler systems. Fire detection systems will be reviewed, including how they interact with the pre-action and deluge systems. Hands-on activities include tripping and resetting the dry pipe, pre-action, and deluge valves. NFPA 25 testing requirements for these systems  will be reviewed and demonstrated.

overhead sprinkler

Fire Pumps

6.5 Contact hours | $600

8-hours In Person – Chubb Risk Engineering Center – 35 Columbia Road, Branchburg, NJ

 

This one-day training is a mix of classroom and hands-on demonstrations that review automatic fire pumps including drivers, controllers, and various other components. Hands-on activities include annual fire pump test on the electric booster pump. Attendees will graph fire pump test data and learn how to evaluate fire pump performance. NFPA 25 testing requirements for fire pumps and controllers are reviewed and demonstrated.

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Cloud Ceiling

1 Contact Hour | $80

1-hour webinar

During this webinar participants will learn to differentiate between a cloud and NFPA cloud ceiling, how prior NFPA 13 editions approached cloud ceilings and sprinkler protection.  By the end of the session, attendees will be able to answer the following question: Under what conditions can sprinklers be omitted above a cloud ceiling per NFPA 13 requirements?

boxes on shelves in warehouse

Occupational Disease Series – Weld Fume

1 Contact Hour | $50

Entire Occupational Disease Series (9 Courses) $300

1-hour webinar

 

Weld Fume is the third course of nine in the Occupational Disease Series. It can be taken as a standalone program or as a part of the Occupational Disease Series. This one-hour webinar will focus on the issues associated with exposure to weld fume, challenges when sampling for weld fumes,  and control modalities.  

The Occupational Disease Series includes the following topics: 

- Fundamentals of Noise
- Respirable Crystalline Silica 
- Weld Fume
- Heat Stress
- Hexavalent Chromium
- Diacetyl
- Isocyanates
- Metal Working Fluids
- Mold 

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Design Area Reduction

1 Contact Hour | $80

1-hour webinar

During this 1-hour webinar participants will learn  quick response reduction calculations, requirements, and common pitfalls to consider for design area reduction. The session will include practice examples for calculating design areas.

Questions related to Chubb+ Risk Training?

For more information about our curriculum and Risk Engineering Center please click below.

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Water Supplies and Sprinkler Systems

Instructor: DeAndrea Cooley

September 20, 2022

 

6.5 Contact Hours | $600

Start Time: 8:30 am ET

8-hours In Person – Chubb Risk Engineering Center – 35 Columbia Road, Branchburg, NJ

 

This one-day training is a mix of classroom and hands-on demonstrations reviewing the various water supplies that exist for fire protection systems including suction, pressure, gravity tanks, fire pumps, and more. The training reviews the various components of automatic sprinkler systems, as well as the wet pipe sprinkler system. Hands-on activities include water supply testing, analysis of test results, fire protection control valve inspection, and live fire with sprinkler activation. NFPA 25 testing requirements for wet pipe and control valves are reviewed and demonstrated.

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Dry Pipe, Deluge and Pre-Action Systems

Instructor: DeAndrea Cooley

September 21, 2022

 

6.5 Contact Hours | $600

Start Time: 8:30 am ET

8-hours In Person – Chubb Risk Engineering Center – 35 Columbia Road, Branchburg, NJ

 

This one-day training is a mix of classroom and hands-on demonstrations that review the components and operation of the dry, pre-action, and deluge sprinkler systems. Fire detection systems will be reviewed, including how they interact with the pre-action and deluge systems. Hands-on activities include tripping and resetting the dry pipe, pre-action, and deluge valves. NFPA 25 testing requirements for these systems will be reviewed and demonstrated.

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Fire Pumps

Instructors: DeAndrea Cooley and Wade Byrum

September 22, 2022

 

6.5 Contact Hours | $600

Start Time: 8:30 am ET

8-hours In Person – Chubb Risk Engineering Center – 35 Columbia Road, Branchburg, NJ

 

This one-day training is a mix of classroom and hands-on demonstrations that review automatic fire pumps including drivers, controllers, and various other components. Hands-on activities include annual fire pump test on the electric booster pump. Attendees will graph fire pump test data and learn how to evaluate fire pump performance. NFPA 25 testing requirements for fire pumps and controllers are reviewed and demonstrated.

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Occupational Disease Series – Metal Working Fluids

Instructor: Erin Modiano

September 27, 2022

 

1 Contact Hour | $50 (Individual program)

Start Time: 2 pm ET

1-hour webinar

 

Metal Working Fluids can be hazardous to employees. This one-hour session will discuss the exposures and controls that can be put into place to help mitigate losses as a result of metal working.

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Warehouse Fire Protection – Parts 1 & 2

13 Contact hours | $1,200

16-hours In Person – Chubb Risk Center – 35 Columbia Road, Branchburg, NJ

 

This two-day educational training offers an interactive combination of classroom and hands-on demonstrations, reviewing NFPA 13 requirements for warehouse fire protection. Our risk engineering professionals will engage with you in topics such as sprinkler systems, common warehouse problems, general storage and rack storage sprinkler requirements, commodity classification, ESFR sprinklers, flammable & combustible liquid storage sprinkler requirements and fire doors.

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Standpipe Systems

6.5 Contact Hours | $600

8-hours In Person – Chubb Risk Engineering Center – 35 Columbia Road, Branchburg, NJ

 

This one-day interactive training offers a mixture of classroom and hands-on live demonstrations bringing standpipe systems processes and exposures to life.  NFPA 14, IBC and NFPA 25 will be discussed as well as installation and testing of standpipe systems.  Learning is more engaging through live demonstrations; we invite you to learn more with our Risk Engineering instructors who are knowledgeable and offer interactive experiences.

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Room Design Methods for Sprinkler Systems

1 Contact Hour | $80

1-hour webinar

 

This session will provide the attendees with a basic understanding of room design methodology, concepts of separate/small rooms, fire resistance of construction, when you can use this methodology.

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Occupational Disease Series – Isocyanates

1 Contact Hour | $50 (Individual program)

1-hour webinar

 

This one-hour webinar will discuss what are isocyanates, the health hazards associated with them, where they are used, various operations using isocyanates, and controls that can be put into place to minimize exposure.

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Identifying and Managing the High-Risk Drive

1 Contact Hour | $50

1-hour webinar

 

What is a high-risk drive? Why is it important to identify them? How to manage the high-risk driver? These topics will be discussed during this one-hour webinar.

Questions related to Chubb+ Risk Training?

For more information about our curriculum and Risk Engineering Center please click below.

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Maintaining Water Based Fire Protection Systems – Parts 1 & 2

Instructors: Sam Iannucci and Kevin Hornyak

October 4 - 5, 2022

 

13 Contact hours | $1,200

Start Time: 8:30 am ET

16-hours In Person – Chubb Risk Engineering Center – 35 Columbia Road, Branchburg, NJ 

 

This two-day training is a mix of classroom and hands-on demonstrations reviewing NFPA 25 requirements, including how to test various fire protection equipment to meet the NFPA standard. Live demonstrations include testing the wet, dry, pre-action, and deluge valves, and activating sprinklers via live fire. Attendees will learn to conduct annual fire pump tests and water supply testing, as well as graph and interpret fire pump test and water supply data. Join us for this interactive session, where risk prevention is possible!

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Fire Detection

Instructor: Sam Iannucci

October 6, 2022

 

6.5 Contact hours | $600

Start Time: 8:30 am ET

8-hours In Person – Chubb Risk Engineering Center – 35 Columbia Road, Branchburg, NJ 

 

This one-day training is a combination of classroom and hands-on demonstrations focusing on fire detection and alarm systems. Initiating devices, control units, notification devices, and inspection & testing of NFPA 72 are discussed. With live demonstrations, such as fire detection activation, learning requirements has never been more enjoyable.

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Occupational Disease Series – Mold

Instructor: Brendan Moriarty

October 11, 2022

 

1 Contact hour | $50 (Individual program)

Start Time: 2 pm ET

1-hour webinar

 

This one-hour session will discuss the exposures and controls that can be put into place to help mitigate losses as a result of mold.

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What’s New in Ergonomics

Instructors: Tina Minter and Thomas Neale

October 18, 2022

 

1 Contact hour | $50 (Individual program)

Start Time: 2 pm ET

1-hour webinar

 

Spend time hearing from Chubb’s Risk Engineers on What’s New in Ergonomics. This one-hour webinar will discuss the impact of ergonomics and how it has changed over the last few years.

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Warehouse Fire Protection – Parts 1 & 2

Instructors: Chris Drobny and Wade Byrum

October 25 - 26, 2022

 

13 Contact hours | $1,200

Start Time: 8:30 am ET

16-hours In Person – Chubb Risk Center – 35 Columbia Road, Branchburg, NJ

 

This two-day educational training offers an interactive combination of classroom and hands-on demonstrations, reviewing NFPA 13 requirements for warehouse fire protection. Our risk engineering professionals will engage with you in topics such as sprinkler systems, common warehouse problems, general storage and rack storage sprinkler requirements, commodity classification, ESFR sprinklers, flammable & combustible liquid storage sprinkler requirements and fire doors.  

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Industrial Ergonomics

Instructors: Tina Minter and Thomas Neale

October 26, 2022

 

1 Contact hour | $50 (Individual program)

Start Time: 2 pm ET

1-hour webinar

 

What are the exposures and controls associated with Industrial Ergonomics? Register for this session to learn more.

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Special Hazards

Instructors: Chris Drobny and Shawn O’Shell

October 27, 2022

 

2 Contact hours | $160 (Individual program)

Start Time: 2 pm ET

2-hours webinar

 

This 2-hour webinar will discuss why special hazards ore different, examples of special hazards, review of code references, general production methodologies and routinely encountered special hazards.

Two Contacts hours will be provided to attendees who complete the evaluation at the end of the session.

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Sprinkler Plan Review – Parts 1 & 2

Instructor: Craig Tuokkola

November 8 - 9, 2022

 

13 Contact hours | $1,200

Start Time: 8:30 am ET

16-hours In Person – Chubb Risk Engineering Center – 35 Columbia Road, Branchburg, NJ

 

This two-day interactive training will walk participants through reading drawings, identifying components, approving system design, evaluating water supplies, and reviewing hydraulic calculations – all within NFPA 13 standards. Attendees will participate in a plan review exercise.

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Standpipe Systems

Instructors: Erik Olsen and Wade Byrum

November 10, 2022

 

6.5 Contact hours | $600

Start Time: 8:30 am ET

8-hours In Person – Chubb Risk Engineering Center – 35 Columbia Road, Branchburg, NJ

 

This one-day interactive training offers a mixture of classroom and hands-on live demonstrations bringing standpipe systems processes and exposures to life. NFPA 14, IBC and NFPA 25 will be discussed as well as installation and testing of standpipe systems. Learning is more engaging through live demonstrations; we invite you to learn more with our Risk Engineering instructors who are knowledgeable and offer interactive experiences.

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Autonomous Vehicles

Instructors: Keith Bain and Jim Dubois

December 1, 2022

 

1 Contact hour | $50 (Individual program)

Start Time: 2 pm ET

1-hour webinar

 

This 1-hour session provides an overview of autonomous vehicle (AV) technology. It explores the current advances toward full automation and the challenges faced to get there. Information on the current status of original equipment manufacturers and areas where AVs are already deployed is included, as is an explanation of major AV component technologies that provide capabilities for perception, localization, mapping, and prediction.

Typical state regulatory approaches for AV testing are addressed and test data results and disengagement trends reviewed. Additionally, a brief history of AV crashes during testing, along with lessons-learned and changes implemented are discussed.

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Accident Investigation

Instructors: Mike Trevor and Brendan Moriarty

December 6, 2022

 

1 Contact hour | $50 (Individual program)

Start Time: 2 pm ET

1-hour webinar

 

After an accident occurs it is important to conduct an investigation to learn more. This one-hour webinar will discuss why an accident investigation is important and items to consider when implementing an investigation.

Questions related to Chubb+ Risk Training?

For more information about our curriculum and Risk Engineering Center please click below.