Risk Management: Managing Property and Liability Risk - Revised
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In this course you will be introduced to property and liability risks, including e-commerce and global risk exposures. Property can be classified in a number of ways, including its mobility, use-value and ownership. You will study the ways in which valuation, deductibles and coinsurance clauses, influences property coverage and premiums.
Almost every home, family and business faces risk exposure, because of the use of computers and the Internet, where hackers and viruses compromise people's privacy and security. You will examine the increasing frequency and severity of e-commerce property risks and become familiar with the five main categories of risk, as well as loss-control steps that can be implemented. You will explore the availability of different forms of insurance, as a means of transferring risk. Global exposure is rapidly growing for many companies, forcing management to consider the unique problems that arise when companies cross national borders. You will examine global risk exposures in the international competitive landscape, including risk control measures and insurance options.
Risk is part of our daily lives and businesses. Learning how to manage risk and having the right insurance measures in place will make it easier for you when things go wrong. This Managing Property and Liability Risk course will help you identify and explore potential risks in managing property so make sure to check it out and start learning how to control, prevent, and reduce losses that can result from risk.Start Course Now
After completing this course you will be able to:
- Identify the general features of property coverage - real and personal.
- Explain the classification of real and personal property and its affect on risk exposure and valuation.
- List the five categories of e-commerce property risk.
- Trace the major causes of hardware and software losses.
- Outline the factors and solutions pertaining to global risk exposure.
- Explain the meaning of liability and its legal ramifications.
- Distinguish between special, general and punitive damages.
- Give examples of how negligent actions can result in liability.
- List some of the property owners’ duties to others.
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