Chubb Global Risk Advisors

Construction Safety

  • Construction safety consulting services from Chubb Global Risk Advisors bring practical knowledge to the ever-changing construction environment.
  • Our team consists of experienced members that are trained in safety and insurance, focusing on all levels of risk that may have an effect on your bottom line.

As a leader in the construction safety field, our construction safety and health consultants provide effective solutions for the unique characteristics of a dynamic construction environment. Chubb Global Risk Advisors (CGRA) partners with clients by becoming an asset to their management team. CGRA's objective is to understand each client’s operations and goals to develop solutions for their unique situations and ever-changing construction environments to help eliminate accidents, reduce downtime, and enhance their safety cultures.

  • Implementation and auditing of health, safety and environmental programs
  • Pre-construction planning
  • Job hazard analysis
  • Jobsite surveys
  • Tower/mobile crane training
  • Rigger/signalperson training
  • OSHA 1926 10/30 hour training
  • Supervisor and task-specific training
  • Insurance assessments and evaluations
  • Safety perception and gap surveys
  • Track and trend recommendations
  • Environmental consulting and engineering
  • Ergonomic evaluations
  • Transportation and fleet services
  • Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) consultation
  • American Industrial Hygiene Association — Laboratory Accreditation Program, LLC (AIHA-LAP, LLC)
  • Full and part time site safety managers

Chubb Global Risk Advisors’ best practices philosophy helps drive consistent, high-quality services. As part of these best practices, advises that clients:
  • Clearly communicate safety responsibilities from project executive to supervisory staff to the field
  • Clearly outline safety responsibilities for contractors and subcontractors in their contract documents
  • Provide effective and documented employee orientation
  • Conduct pre-construction/pre-planning meetings for trades/tasks considered high exposure
  • Proactively complete a job hazard analysis and develop safety procedures
  • Provide training and re-training
  • Perform regular safety audits and track actions to completion
  • Maintain a “zero-tolerance” philosophy for unsafe practices
  • Recognize and reward positive safety behaviors