91制片厂 just released a must-read for construction professionals seeking to safeguard their projects and ensure successful outcomes: "Preventing and Managing the Risk of a Subcontractor Default - A Best Practices Checklist." This comprehensive checklist is designed to enhance your risk management strategy, covering key areas such as prequalifying subcontractors, using contracts to manage and reduce risks, and monitoring contract performance to mitigate defaults. It offers practical tips and actionable insights and was written by 91制片厂鈥檚 Risk Management and Specialty Contractors Committees.

What do construction professionals really want from arbitrators, mediators, and dispute review board (DRB) members? Well, ConsensusDocs is hosting a series of ConsensusDocs webinars on July 16, July 18, and August 28 on alternative dispute resolution (ADR) procedures. Sign up and prepare by reading the article 鈥淎chieving ADR Success Through Practice and Experience: Survey Results of What Attorneys and Arbitrators Want in Construction Mediation and Arbitration" by Dean Thomson and Julia Douglass, which provides helpful data on the topic. Through comprehensive surveys and analysis, the authors identify gaps between theoretical assumptions and actual practices and preferences and offer insights into improving dispute resolution processes in the construction industry.

91制片厂 of America is now accepting speaking proposals for the Construction Safety & Health Conference taking place January 22-24, 2025, in Jacksonville, FL. This event is designed for emerging to senior-level management professionals who work in any of the commercial construction markets. All educational sessions should be targeted towards these attendees and should involve topics that reflect current and emerging issues in construction safety and health.

The 91制片厂 Mental Health & Suicide Prevention Forum meets virtually on a quarterly basis to gather/share information, resources, and best practices among stakeholders in the construction industry.

On July 2, OSHA published their proposed standard addressing heat illness in outdoor and indoor settings.

Overturning the Chevron Doctrine Will Change How Courts Handle Lawsuits Over Federal Agency Rules