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  • 15 June 2018

    Cyber Risks in the Construction Industry

    With ransomware attacks such as WannaCry and NotPetya and data theft from major companies such as Equifax repeatedly hitting the headlines last year, it is unsurprising that an increasing number of companies are questioning their resilience to cyber risks. While historically the construction industry has been less of a target due to the fact that the majority of construction firms’ revenue generating activities are conducted offline, changes within the industry and the increasing importance of technology means that the industry is not entirely free from cyber risk.

    Cyber Risks in the Construction Industry
  • 14 June 2018

    Building Blocks Risk Insights for the UK Construction Industry

    Welcome to the first edition of Building Blocks – a brand new publication from our UK Construction division. We’ve collaborated with specialists across Gallagher to write about a range of diverse risks, and how these are relevant for stakeholders across the construction sector, from contractors and developers, through to financiers, lawyers, and local authorities.

    Building Blocks Risk Insights for the UK Construction Industry
  • 11 June 2018

    Gallagher deepens European specialty broking presence with majority stake in Hesse & Partner

    Gallagher has expanded its speciality broking capabilities and broadened its footprint in continental Europe by acquiring a 65% stake in specialist Swiss broker Hesse & Partner AG and Hesse Consulting GmbH (“Hesse”). Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

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  • 4 June 2018

    Counterfeit Personal Protective Equipment in the construction sector

    According to the annual Labour Force Survey (2016/2017) the UK construction industry reports an average of 64,000 non-fatal injuries each year. *1

    Counterfeit Personal Protective Equipment in the construction sector
  • 30 April 2018

    Don’t get caught out by Counterfeit Plant Equipment

    Increased activity in the construction market brings with it the demand for additional plant and equipment. Whilst secondhand plant or equipment is often a cost effective solution, and the genuine articles are not sub-standard, purchasing ‘used’ equipment runs the risk of it being potentially counterfeit equipment.

    Dont get caught out by Counterfeit Plant Equipment
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