Tradies Risk Management Checklist
Insurance is a key part of every business’ risk management plan, so it’s important to make sure you regularly check that what you have in place is suitable and make any changes that are needed.
Following the leaky homes crisis of the early 2000s insurers introduced what is known as the “Building defects” exclusion to many different policies. Find out what the implications are for your coverage.
A bond is a guarantee from a third party that if a company fails to deliver on its contractual obligations the bond provider (called a guarantor or surety) will pay instead. It reduces the risks for contracting parties, because they know that if something happens they won’t be left in the lurch.
A brief overview of two license complaints and a WorkSafe claim. This is where statutory liability insurance is important.
Commercial vehicles are usually insured for their market value. What does mean and how can you work it out?
Two examples of public liability insurance claims for damage to underground services.
There are always two sides to every story. It’s no different when it comes to payment schedules in a building contract. Getting it right is a balancing act.
While the precise impact of a recession on our construction sector is unknown it will no doubt affect many small businesses as less work is pushed through the pipeline. For savvy business owners there are options to help both reduce risk to their own profitability and give greater confidence to potential customers.
Insurance may seem like a cost that can be cut, but make sure you think through the serious implications of doing so.
Reassuring Clients With An Independent Guarantee + Other Ideas To Help Your Business During Difficult Times
Check out how a guarantee can help reassure clients during these uncertain times. Plus, other ideas to help manage your business risk including short term small business loans and ways to improve your cashflow as the economy takes a hit from coronavirus.
Builder & Trade Claims – The Importance of Extending Contract Works Insurance, Crashed Drones, Defective Tiling, Scratched Glass, Stolen Tools & Damaged Carpet
Read about 6 examples of claims from builders and other construction trades. These are cautionary tales to be help you be better prepared!
According to construction insurance specialist insurer MECON, 45% of building failures are a result of design issues. Without professional indemnity (PI) cover builders run the serious risk of being uninsured when they are dragged into litigation over defective design.