Category: Fire/Security


GAP Insurance is still important
May 18, 2020

GAP Insurance is still important

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Gap Insurance is still important A third of drivers say having access to a car is more important than ever following the Coronavirus outbreak. A third of drivers say they’re more reliant than ever on having access to a car. The research from the RAC underscores the increasing reliance many drivers have on their cars…

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Mothballed Construction Sites Part 2: Securing the Site
May 16, 2020

Mothballed Construction Sites Part 2: Securing the Site

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Mothballed Construction Sites Part 2: Securing the Site In this second part of our two-part series focusing on construction sites, we will look at some of the best solutions for securing those projects that have been abandoned as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. Click here to read Mothballed Construction Sites Part 1: Leaving the…

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Reducing Motor Fleet Cover
May 14, 2020

Reducing Motor Fleet Cover

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Reducing motor fleet cover The current uncertainty in the haulage industry is causing people to think about their current fleet numbers. With a potential downturn in business, drivers self‐isolating, or just a reduction in volumes, it’s best to know your options so you can make the best decision. Own vehicles – You can lay them…

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58% of burglaries happen when someone is home
May 5, 2020

58% of burglaries happen when someone is home

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58% of burglaries happen when someone is home Analysis of Office for National Statistics crime figures reveals 58% of people were home when burglars struck. 39% took place in the morning or afternoon rather than after dark. Victims cite difficulty sleeping, anxiety or panic attacks, and depression brought on by the incident. Six in ten…

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Managing cargo risk during the COVID-19 outbreak
May 2, 2020

Managing cargo risk during the COVID-19 outbreak

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Keep on moving; managing cargo risk during the COVID-19 outbreak The impact of the COVID-19 virus and the measures put in place by governments and authorities to try to combat its spread are affecting all types of businesses across the whole world. In these times, the protection of health, safety and lives is paramount. While…

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Mothballed Construction Sites Part 1: Leaving the Site
April 22, 2020

Mothballed Construction Sites Part 1: Leaving the Site

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Mothballed construction sites Part 1: Leaving the site This current situation opens up a host of new risks arising from the cessation of work, the biggest being an unoccupied property which presents a range of issues that must be addressed quickly. In this article, Ensurance provide advice on some new risks and offer some simple best-practice advice and guidance…

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The Insurance Impacts of 2019 Novel Coronavirus
February 26, 2020

The Insurance Impacts of 2019 Novel Coronavirus

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So how do you cater for such an event in your Business Continuity Planning? The outbreak of 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV), in Wuhan City, Hubei Province of China, has prompted questions of how insurance policies might respond to claims stemming from business losses attributed to this infection prompting this White Paper. The primary virus infection,…

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Efficacy Cover: What you Need to Know
January 28, 2020

Efficacy Cover: What you Need to Know

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Work in the electrical contracting industry can cover a wide range of services, and most contractors in the field will engage in some level of activity that may leave them liable if one of the products or services they provide causes injury or property damage to a third party. Electricians know they must have Public…

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