All Beazley policyholders are invited to attend Beazley's latest risk management webinar.
When: Thursday, March 16, 2017
12:30 - 2:00PM EST
Frank Gatlin, Director, Navigant Consulting, Inc.
Mona Mahal, Associate Director, Navigant Consulting, Inc.
Colleen M. Palmer, Esq., Beazley Group
In this webinar, we will discuss how design professionals should perform peer reviews to move projects along more efficiently and help maintain the construction schedule and project budget. Peer reviews, also referred to as constructability reviews or audit reviews, have become a cost effective risk management tool used to minimize RFIs, change orders, construction schedule delays and claims. The main goal of a peer review is to minimize the potential for claims due to design professionals’ omissions, errors, or documents deemed unsuitable for the client’s intended purposes. A proper and beneficial peer review identifies significant construction and coordination problems before the construction phase of the project.
Join us for this valuable 90-minute seminar where you and your staff will also have an opportunity to:
Explore the peer review process and methodology;
Learn how design can restrain construction;
Discuss case studies impacted by peer review;
Ask questions to the presenters; and
Qualify for premium and continuing education (C.E.) credits (as applicable).
How it works:
This webinar will be delivered on the GoToWebinar platform. You will need a computer with a high-speed Internet connection to participate. Audio can be accessed either through your computer or telephone, but sound quality may be more reliable via a landline telephone.
Beazley will provide ONE connection free of charge to each participating firm or broker.
You have the choice to connect at your desk or in a conference room, allowing for multiple participants with a single connection.
If you require additional connections [within one office or for other locations], there will be a $99 fee for each additional connection.
Registrants will receive a confirmation email with pre-testing instructions to eliminate last-minute technical issues. Two days prior to the program, another email will be sent with the connection instructions and a link to the program materials (attendance forms, PowerPoint handout, program evaluation, etc.). Please download the materials prior to the webinar.
Continuing Education (C.E.) Credits:
After the program and upon receipt of your office’s electronic Attendance Sign-In Sheet, a group Certificate of Completion will be e-mailed to you. Engineers, architects and other professionals may be able to earn continuing education credits for their program participation.