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Construction Risk Conference General Session Videos


Q&A WITH KEYNOTE SPEAKER RONN LEHMANN

Ronn Lehmann answers audience questions regarding the connection between a company's culture and its operating results, how to keep construction workers safe, steps involved in creating an elite corporate culture, generational attitudes towards safety, challenges of working for a client who is not safety focused, and more.

  • Ronn Lehmann, Independent Consultant on Safety and Culture

Mark Lanterman

EASIEST CATCH: DON’T BE ANOTHER FISH IN THE “CYBER-NET”

You’ve read the headlines. Unfortunately, the question isn’t if your information will get accessed or stolen, but when. The risk of these attacks is no longer concentrated only on retailers that accept credit cards but also on any company with sensitive data or access to the systems of others. For example, the recent breach at a major retailer started in the network of an HVAC contractor. Hear current developments in the digital underground and realistic advice for cyberprotection, as Mr. Lanterman uses recent high-profile cybercrime events to demonstrate some of the more dangerous threats to contractors, including phishing, malware, and Wi-Fi attacks.


Mark Lanterman

Q&A WITH MARK LANTERMAN

Mark Lanterman fields questions from the audience regarding the challenges of international law enforcement against cybercriminals, keys for companies to protect themselves from internal and external risks, C-Suite spoofing, use of certified ethical hackers, cybersecurity education and training, the risks of using public Wi-Fi, the level of exposure of construction firm data to cybercrime, emerging risks associated with hacking driverless cars, and the "Internet of Things."


CEO perspectives 2015

CEO PERSPECTIVES: RISK, SAFETY, AND LEADING FROM THE TOP

Top management sets corporate priorities and the tone for how organizations are run. From how employees are recruited and managed to building the customer base and delivering on commitments, everyone takes their cues from those in charge. All of this is reflected by the corporate culture. In this session, the CEOs of two highly regarded construction firms discuss how they view risk and the role of risk management, their roles in setting risk management expectations and standards, and their visions for an injury-free workplace.


 CRC thought leader panel

CRC 2015 CONSTRUCTION INSURANCE THOUGHT LEADERS PANEL

Construction risk managers rely on their insurance advisers and providers to help them protect their companies from unexpected and potentially devastating losses. Ideally, these relationships will function as partnerships in that everyone is working to achieve that goal in a way that is cost-efficient and productive for all parties. This closing session brings together leaders from the construction insurance industry to discuss current trends and developments in construction risks, how they are being addressed by the insurance market, and their impact on both contractors and their insurance providers.

  • Peter Arkley, Senior Managing Director and Executive Vice President, Alliant Construction Services Group
  • Michael Campo, Senior Vice President and Team Leader, Construction and Design Group, Lockton Companies
  • Douglas Cauti, Senior Vice President and Chief Underwriting Officer—Construction, Liberty Mutual Insurance
  • Gary Kaplan, President—Construction, XL Catlin
  • Jack Gibson, Moderator, CEO, IRMI

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