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In this article, Structural Engineer Anthony Volonnino, P.E., discusses excavation engineering, the common issues that arise with excavations in urban settings, and some of the failure points that we consider in our forensic investigations.
Security guards, cameras, and access control systems can enhance the level of security at a property, but provide no assurance of security on their own.
In this webinar, security expert John Hassard provides a holistic view of security as it relates to claims and litigation. The conversation focuses on physical security measures, while providing context on the role of policies and procedures and non-security personnel in maintaining a reasonably safe environment. The webinar includes three brief case examples where the adequacy of security was called to question at commercial properties.
A large segment of the truck driving population is composed of drivers who work locally and are home most nights. In this article, Commercial Trucking Expert Michael O’Dell explores the unique challenges that LTL delivery drivers regularly face.
LTL truck companies often employ drivers with diverse experiences and abilities, including over-the-road drivers, regional drivers, shuttle drivers, and local drivers. LTL, (Less than Truckload) drivers make multiple small deliveries and freight pickups within a local area. Because of the multi-stop nature of their deliveries, these drivers (especially if untrained or inexperienced) are at risk for vehicle accidents: injuries from unloading/loading and moving product from truck to truck; slips, trips, or falls in the ordinary course of work; and being struck by equipment while working in various shipping and receiving locations.