Taking into consideration the nuances of the property you’re insuring can help you take charge of multifaceted risk factors.
BCEGS helps communities, policyholders, and insurers understand how community resiliency positively impact non-catastrophe weather losses.
BCEGS was among the key sources for a FEMA study that demonstrated that building codes reduce financial losses in natural catastrophes.
ISO has released the 2019 National Building Code Assessment Report, detailing the status of the nation’s building codes, including assessments of participating states.
Building code effectiveness and enforcement are vital to a community’s risk mitigation and something most insurers consider highly important when underwriting a property…
An analysis by ISO Community Hazard Mitigation shows states participating in BCEGS® show markedly improved building code adoption and enforcement.
There could hardly be a better laboratory to test the benefits of strong building codes than Florida in the first decade of the 21st century.
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