Original Air Date: August 26, 2021

Webinar Summary

This fall, students in the United States will once again flock to university and college campuses. Most higher education organizations are well-versed in the traditional types of coverages they need to protect students living on a full campus, but unexpected emerging risks related to the COVID-19 pandemic should also be considered. The potential exposures stemming from unoccupied premises, severely reduced maintenance schedules, and inadequate temperature and humidity controls, as well as risks associated with students traveling internationally, are all critical potential liabilities that need to be assessed. In this webinar, four Chubb risk specialists will do a deep dive into some of the risks schools should consider as they plan for the new school year, and their students back on campus as well as what steps can be taken to mitigate those risks.


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Paul Cunney (moderator)
National Public Entity Practice Leader, Chubb NA

Maribel Arias
SVP, Professional Services and Education Industry Practice Leader, Chubb NA

Steven Piatkowski
SVP, Chubb Environmental Risk

Denise Masella
VP, Special Risk Segment Leader, Chubb NA


60 Minutes

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