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Civil Disturbance Mitigation Planning Checklist for Construction

Contractors and owners operating across the US should anticipate an elevated risk of social unrest, civil disturbance, and political violence before, during, and after the presidential election.

The following was compiled by Willis Towers Watson to help construction projects prepare and protect not only their property but their most valuable assets: their employees, trade partners, and clients. This checklist of industry leading practices has been prepared to support those activities.

Click here for the Civil Disturbance Mitigation Planning Checklist for Construction.

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