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Technical insights into risks in practice: a selection of whitepapers, case studies and guides to help inform our clients and share our knowledge.
Safety and Shipping Review 201802 August 2018
This sixth annual review focuses on trends and key developments in maritime safety and analyzes shipping losses (of over 100 gross tons) during the 12 months prior to December 31, 2017. How do loss trends differ around the world?
Rise of the Drones - Managing the Unique Risks Associated with Unmanned Aircraft Systems13 September 2016
This AGCS report examines the key issues and trends underpinning rapid growth in usage of UAS and provides insight into the potential risk exposures related to their deployment in the private, public and commercial realms.
Preventing Holiday Weekend Cargo Theft31 August 2016
Cargo theft is more likely to occur over long holiday weekends than at any other time of the year. ARC put together best practices to prevent holiday weekend cargo thefts.
Protect Your Commercial Buildings from Water Damage due to Plumbing Leaks07 June 2016
Avoiding business interruption due to water damage caused by plumbling leaks can be very costly, especially when combined with liability claims by tenants, guests or other property owners.
Protect Your Business and Employees from Flood Damage07 June 2016
Avoiding business interruption, let alone employee harm, is vital in any emergency situation, including a flood. This guide gives tips for mitigating flood exposures.
Protecting Your Computer: Beware of Phishing Emails08 June 2016
Phishing emails attempt to acquire data – such as user names, passwords and other personal information – by masquerading as a trustworthy person, company or organization. This bulletin provides guidelines for how to avoid the trap.