Construction Risk and Insurance Specialist (CRIS)
Definition - What does Construction Risk and Insurance Specialist (CRIS) mean?
A Construction Risk and Insurance Specialist (CRIS) is a safety professional who has successfully completed the CRIS training program. The program focuses on the insurance and risk management needs of construction projects and contractors. Those who successfully complete the program are entitled to display CRIS certification to attest to their knowledge of construction, insurance and risk management. To obtain certification, five specialised courses on construction risk and insurance must be successfully completed.
Safeopedia explains Construction Risk and Insurance Specialist (CRIS)
The Construction Risk and Insurance Specialist course is administered by the International Risk Management Institute (IRMI). To maintain the CRIS certification, a graduate must obtain seven hours of approved construction risk and insurance continuing education credit during the initial 24 months and every 12 months thereafter. The curriculum is delivered online. The CRIS establishes credibility and professionalism within the industry.
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