Scaffolding Contractors Insurance
Why do you need specialist scaffolding insurance?
Scaffolding contractors insurance is essential for those working within this specialist sector. Whether you are a sole trader, partnership, SME business or a larger concern, your trade comes with a certain degree of risk.
- Risk Management
As a skilled scaffolding contractor, you need to manage a number of likely risks. Having a broker on board who can help minimise your exposure and advise on how to manage these risks can put you in a very positive position with insurers.
- Market leading cover
Self-employed scaffolder insurance requires expertise and a broker that understands the types of cover you need. We can arrange a market leading product with leading specialist insurers, that ensures your insurance requirements are taken care of.
- Advice when it counts
We understand that accidents happen, and that if you need to claim it pays to know that your claims service will be exceptional, and as painless a process as possible.
How our contractors insurance team can help
With over 10 years’ experience of dealing with scaffolding insurance, we understand you and your business.
Scaffolders are naturally exposed to a number of risks whether that’s potential damage to client’s property or working from height. We have worked with a leading insurer to provide you with the most appropriate and effective cover available. Details on the risks faced by you or your business, and what we cover, are shown below.
What can scaffolding insurance include?
- Public Liability
Provides cover for limits of £2Million, £5Million or £10 Million, protecting you in case your activities injure a client, contractor or member of the public, plus damage to third party property. Various height limit options are available, including ‘unlimited’, depending on your requirements.
- Employer’s Liability
Cover for your employees and labour only sub-contractors in respect of injury, disease or death whilst under your employment, with no need to declare employee numbers.
- Legal expenses
Provides legal protection and a legal helpline, limit of up to £100.000.
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