Events

Misinterpretations and Misconceptions When Interpreting Building Codes
Webinar

Date: Apr 10, 2020
Location: Online Webcast
Service or Industry: Construction

Following the delivery of building code presentation, it was clear that adjusters (and attorneys) rely upon experts in interpreting and understanding the concepts presented within model building codes, standards, and regulations.  However, these codes and standards are often misunderstood and improperly interpreted.  This presentation will draw a line in the sand to aid clients’ understanding o... More

Following the delivery of building code presentation, it was clear that adjusters (and attorneys) rely upon experts in interpreting and understanding the concepts presented within model building codes, standards, and regulations.  However, these codes and standards are often misunderstood and improperly interpreted.  This presentation will draw a line in the sand to aid clients’ understanding of the building codes and know when to engage an expert.  Consider this an intermediate/advanced course on building codes – following up on one of our existing courses. 

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Multi-Disciplinary Claim Investigations: Case Studies in Manufacturing
Webinar

Date: Apr 24, 2020
Location: Online Webcast
Service or Industry: Mechanical

Take an equipment heavy loss and walk through various loss scenarios - Manufacturing Facility, Big Tech (Amazon/Facebook/Google), Industrial More

Take an equipment heavy loss and walk through various loss scenarios - Manufacturing Facility, Big Tech (Amazon/Facebook/Google), Industrial

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The Big Three: Phishing, Ransomware, and Data Exfiltration
Webinar

Date: May 29, 2020
Location: Online Webcast
Service or Industry: Digital Forensics/Cyber
Attendees: Matt Scott

Envista regularly sees 3 typical scenarios in the cyber investigation. This webinar deals with three common claim types the transfer of funds due to a phishing attempt, a ransomware attack on a manufacturing plant/storage depot and an exfiltration of data from a university.  Viewers will learn how the threat entered, how it could have been prevented, how examiners collect and investigate incide... More

Envista regularly sees 3 typical scenarios in the cyber investigation. This webinar deals with three common claim types the transfer of funds due to a phishing attempt, a ransomware attack on a manufacturing plant/storage depot and an exfiltration of data from a university.  Viewers will learn how the threat entered, how it could have been prevented, how examiners collect and investigate incidents as well as lessons learned from the real-world experience of Envista own examiners. The information in the webinar should invaluable to insurers, IT admins and legal experts alike! 

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The Recent Rise in Containership Fires: Trends, Causes, and Solutions
Webinar

Date: Jun 12, 2020
Location: Online Webcast
Service or Industry: Marine

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Power Generation Claims: Root Causes and Reinstatement
Webinar

Date: Jun 26, 2020
Location: Online Webcast
Service or Industry: Electrical, Energy
Attendees: Leon A. Diehl

This Power Generation Claims webinar was developed to provide claim professionals, claims managers, insurance representatives, underwriters, and underwriting managers with an understanding of the unique claims that result from turbine losses.  The course reviews the basic design and operation of steam turbines and gas turbines.  We will review current losses with turbines, develop and discuss... More

This Power Generation Claims webinar was developed to provide claim professionals, claims managers, insurance representatives, underwriters, and underwriting managers with an understanding of the unique claims that result from turbine losses. 

The course reviews the basic design and operation of steam turbines and gas turbines.  We will review current losses with turbines, develop and discuss successful strategies for losses. Once we have done that we will present several case studies involving turbine losses. 

Hydro-electric turbines and wind turbines are not discussed in this webinar.

The importance of turbine losses in today’s environment cannot be understated. Losses to this equipment is usually dangerous, expensive and commands a lot of attention. The losses can be complicated, formidable and challenging.

As the insurance industry continues involvement the business of the energy and power generation markets, the underwriters, sales managers and claims managers need to be aware of the specialized equipment and some of the unique situations that are involved with the losses of this equipment. 

Knowledge and understanding of the relationships of boilers, turbines and generators make underwriting and adjusting losses better for insurance companies and insureds.

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Lightning Damage: Fact, Fiction, or Somewhere In Between
Webinar

Date: Jul 31, 2020
Location: Online Webcast
Service or Industry: Electrical
Attendees: Brent Powell

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Multimodal Transport Challenges: Ship to Terminal to Barge to Rail to Road
Webinar

Date: Aug 28, 2020
Location: Online Webcast
Service or Industry: Marine
Attendees: Patrick Hudson

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Consumer Electronics and the IOT: The Future of Digital Evidence in Claims and Litigation
Webinar

Date: Sep 11, 2020
Location: Online Webcast
Service or Industry: Digital Forensics/Cyber
Attendees: Lars Daniel

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RIMS Canada Convention
Exhibiting

Date: Sep 13, 2020 - Sep 16, 2020
Location: Ottowa

Fire Investigation: Undetermined Cause is the Beginning, Not the End
Webinar

Date: Sep 25, 2020
Location: Online Webcast
Service or Industry: Legal, Fire Investigation, Fire

Often fires are deemed “undetermined,” particularly by local authorities whose primary task is determining if a crime has occurred. This presentation will provide tools to analyze potential Subrogation and recovery theories in such matters, including addressing the detection, suppression, and spread of fire. The presentation will also examine common construction issues and code violations, buil... More

Often fires are deemed “undetermined,” particularly by local authorities whose primary task is determining if a crime has occurred. This presentation will provide tools to analyze potential Subrogation and recovery theories in such matters, including addressing the detection, suppression, and spread of fire. The presentation will also examine common construction issues and code violations, building monitoring and security, and other items unrelated to the cause of the fire that often arise and may present or affect opportunities for recovery. We will focus on the cause of the damage rather than the cause of the fire. In addition, we will also address potential theories of recovery in arson matters, as well as fires where the origin is clear and the ignition source is considered “probable” based upon a comprehensive investigation. Careless smoking fires and claims against cigarette manufacturers will be addressed. Finally, we will discuss the possible theories relating to control of the premises of origin and/or “res ipsa loquitor”.

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