The IRMI Construction Risk Conference (CRC) Is Going Virtual
Dallas, TX, August 11, 2020—Registration is now open for the IRMI Construction Risk Conference (CRC), which will be presented as a virtual event. Attendees will have access to two days of livestreamed sessions focused exclusively on the unique risk management challenges faced by construction companies and the nuances of properly insuring those exposures.
"The health and safety of our attendees is our top priority," said IRMI President and CEO Jack P. Gibson."We feel that holding CRC as a virtual event will allow more risk managers and insurance professionals to attend without having to navigate the continuing uncertainty around COVID-19."
The online event will offer attendees several value-added benefits unique to the virtual format, including on-demand access for months, virtual networking and Q&A events, and in-event chat rooms. In addition, professionals who hold the Construction Risk and Insurance Specialist (CRIS®) certification can fulfill their continuing education requirement by attending CRC Virtual.
"This year’s lineup of terrific speakers will provide actionable advice about the biggest challenges facing all construction risk professionals," said Gibson. "We’ll be addressing the hard insurance market, lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic, and protecting against cyber risks—just to name a few. Through CRC and our CRIS certification, IRMI is committed to providing the educational resources needed to successfully navigate these challenges."
To view the full agenda or to register, visit IRMI Construction Risk Conference.
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