INDUSTRY INSIGHTS AND COMMUNITY NEWS
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.
Peter Stoll, Director at Marsh Commercial, with his 35 years + experience in dealing with the recruitment sector and recruitment agency insurance, takes a look at the issues and risks facing recruiters in 2020.
Van drivers are at risk, 89% of Light Commercial Vehicles (LCVs) were stolen last year without the owner’s keys.
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?
Some of the UK's biggest contractors are stockpiling over Brexit so projects don't run of supplies in the face of a no deal result. Should you be stockpiling too?
Why are risk assessment/method statements (RAMS) necessary for contractors? What should they include, and what are your legal obligations?