CRIS - Commercial Auto, Surety, CIPs, and Miscellaneous Line
The Construction Risk and Insurance Specialist (CRIS®) program is a specialized curriculum focusing on the insurance and risk management needs of construction projects and contractors. Anyone who designs, sells, buys, or underwrites construction insurance programs should consider taking the CRIS program. This course in particular reviews the various types of insurance often needed by contractors that are not covered in the other core courses. This includes auto liability and physical damage, professional liability, pollution liability, employment practices liability, and directors and officers liability insurance. It also provides a basic review of claims-made and occurrence coverage triggers, wrap-up or controlled insurance programs (CIPs), and surety bonds.
This course is part of a National Designation program called the Construction Risk and Insurance Specialist (CRIS) program. Each program can certainly be taken as a standalone class, but if you are interested in seeing the courses involved and earning the designation, that information can be found HERE.
- Structure and Format of a Contractor’s Insurance Program
- Automobile Liability Insurance
- Professional Liability Insurance in Construction
- Pollution Liability Insurance
- Employment Practices Liability Insurance
- Directors and Officers Insurance
- Fiduciary Liability Insurance
- Coverage Triggers
- Controlled Insurance Programs
- Surety Bonds
||Begins 30 minutes prior to the class start time
||9:00 am to 4:00 pm
||Members: $195/ Non-Members: $295