In this video, Rose Hall, Strategic Operations Manager for Risk Engineering, discusses how technology is changing construction operations and the impact it’s having on the services and guidance AXA XL’s Construction Risk Engineering team provide.
With Covid-19 amplifying the importance of supply chain resilience within the insurance value chain, this content highlights why insurance firms, including insurers and brokers need to exercise more control over third parties to enhance overall resilience.
The Covid-19 outbreak has fundamentally impacted the cybersecurity landscape and presented new challenges for businesses. This article highlights how business leaders and their security teams can focus on a few, fundamental cybersecurity principles in order to face the challenges ahead.
Employers will be familiar with their duties to report certain work-place accidents and incidents under the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013 (“RIDDOR”). This article highlights the implications of Covid-19 in relation to employers’ reporting obligations.
From one thing to another: Some risk and safety implications when repurposing operations to support Covid-19 relief
In response to Covid-19, many companies across various industries are mobilising to respond to the surge in demand for diverse medical supplies and equipment. This article highlights some common safety and risk management issues when companies shift from producing one thing to another.
For the next few months, most insurance companies will be operating to “keep the lights on,” with a focus on delivering essential services and maintaining operations. This infographic highlights the steps insurers can follow to elevate operational resilience, manage policies and support brokers.
The Covid-19 experience and the challenges around operational resilience will change the way insurance companies look at operating models. This content highlights why previous operating model theories should be discarded and the factors insurers need to consider when creating new operating models.
When art museums and galleries shut their doors for an indefinite period, many common risks are amplified or altered, and the existing protection schemes may need to be adjusted. This article outlines some of the ways museums and galleries can protect their collections during this period.
New jobsite processes and more digitalisation are among the changes that Gary Kaplan, president of AXA XL’s North America Construction insurance business, sees ahead for the construction industry following the Covid-19 pandemic. Watch this podcast to find out more.
Business policyholders whose staff may be working remotely, many of them for the first time, can use two tools to help ensure that homeworking is legally compliant. Download this content to find out more about ARAG’s Homeworking Policy builder and Homeworker Risk Assessment tools.