INDUSTRY INSIGHTS AND COMMUNITY NEWS
A lot has happened in the first half of this year and it’s worthwhile reflecting on our experiences of the professional indemnity insurance market and what we can look to expect for the remainder of 2020.
Whether you’re continuing to work or not, it is essential that you maintain your contractors insurance, instead of exposing yourself to further risks.
Whilst construction businesses can continue operations, they must implement a variety of site procedures to protect their employees and minimise the risk of spreading COVID-19.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) have recently released their latest figures on work-related ill health and workplace injury for 2018/19 - when was the last time you reviewed your risks?
The way people shop has changed. Between 2007 and 2018, online sales increased 6-fold while growth of in-store sales has lagged behind. As a result, high streets are having to evolve and adapt. This isn’t the only area of the property market that’s evolving, though.
Exam results have been given and students all over the country are reviewing their future plans. Make sure you’re ready to take advantage of this opportunity to bridge skill gaps in your business.
Only insured for 50% of your loss? You’ll only get a pay-out for 50% of your original insured value. Is your business underinsured?
Human error is inevitable and we must learn from these occurrences by being vigilant, having the confidence to report concerns in order to mitigate or minimise the effect before an accident happens