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How to Collect & Track Certificates of Insurance

Proper management of insurance documents, like the certificate of insurance, is integral for maintaining vendor/tenant compliance, protecting your business against damage claims, and more.
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Download the PDF 'Everything You Need to Know About Certificates of Insurance'

This free, introductory resource guide to 'All Things COI' shares valuable insights and tips on tracking, improving and managing the all-important Certificate of Insurance. Download it today!
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What's the Difference Between Excess and Umbrella Insurance?

Excess and umbrella liability insurance have some important differences, most notably that the former simply provides additional limits to an underlying policy, while the latter also expands coverage to include claims and losses outside its initial scope.
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Your Complete Guide to Developing an Effective Risk Management Plan

Developing and implementing an effective risk management plan is essential to mitigating threats to your business. This comprehensive guide explains its importance, outlines techniques for identifying and prioritizing threats, and defines key concepts and checkpoints within this five-step process.
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Volatile Economy Calls for Better Risk Management Techniques

Identifying and analyzing potential risks, and strategizing for their reduction and avoidance, are critical to successful risk management. Several useful risk management techniques include: Certificate of Insurance Tracking, Safety Pre-Qualification, Regulatory Screening, and Vendor Credentialing.
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Limit Your Liability with Certificate of Insurance Tracking

BCS’ unique, three-step approach to certificate of insurance tracking provides the verification, security and peace of mind so essential to third-party risk mitigation.
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The Basics of Additional Insured Endorsements

Learn what an additional insured endorsement is and why it is so important when it comes to protecting your company from third-party risk.
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