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Home Inventory Checklist

Though your homeowners insurance policy provides the protection that you need in the event of a loss such as a fire or burglary, your policy can only pay for items that you can document. In order to assure that all your prize possessions will be replaced, you should conduct a home inventory so you have a finite record of everything that you own. This inventory will assist you in determining which items were destroyed or stolen.

Construction OSHA Guide

The Construction Industry OSHA Compliance Guide contains summaries of the most frequently used standards in the construction industry. The standards are presented alphabetically, followed by the reference to the appropriate regulation. With few exceptions, standards in this guide are from Title 29 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Part 1926.

Business Continuity Planning Guide

Did you know that 1 out of every 4 businesses impacted by a disaster never reopens its doors? And in the past year, nearly 1 in 5 companies has reported experiencing a business interruption. A business interruption can be as benign as a short power outage or as severe as a hurricane. Companies that are prepared to face all types of incidents—small or large—are more likely to stay in business.

Free Employee Handbook Template With Linked Table Of Contents

Simply fill out the form on this page to receive our Employee Handbook and our HR Employee Onboarding Kit!

This handbook establishes policies, procedures, benefits and working conditions that will be followed by all employees as a condition of their employment.

Guide to Developing a Stormwater Pollution-Prevention Plan

Construction site operators (generally, the person who has operational control over construction plans and/or the person who has day-to-day supervision and control of activities occurring at the construction site). Construction sites required to comply with stormwater discharge requirements. Stormwater runoff from construction sites can cause significant harm to our rivers, lakes, and coastal waters. A SWPPP is required (by your construction general permit) and will help you prevent stormwater pollution.A SWPPP is more than just a sediment and erosion control plan. It describes all the construction site operator’s activities to prevent stormwater contamination, control sedimentation and erosion, and comply with the requirements of the Clean Water Act.

Contract Guide: Transferring Risk and Liability

Examining and managing risk exposures is one of the keys to the long-term success for businesses of all sizes. However, when you work with partners and other parties such as contractors, renters, component suppliers and service providers, you may be held accountable for their actions or negligence. And because your regular risk management procedures and insurance policies generally don’t cover others, you could be found liable for huge losses..