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Government extends free PPE for Health and Social Care organisations until March 2022
April 7, 2021

Government extends free PPE for Health and Social Care organisations until March 2022

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Care sector set to receive free PPE until March 2022 following Government announcement With the global pandemic still ongoing, the extension of free PPE to health and social care providers has been gratefully received. The Government confirmed the extension as the usage of PPE equipment is expected to remain high throughout the next financial year.…

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Charities need to be fraud aware
March 25, 2021

Charities need to be fraud aware

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Charities need to be fraud aware The charity sector has an annual income of over £69 billion making the sector vulnerable from acts of fraud and financial crime. Charity trustees have a duty to manage their charity’s resources responsibly and ensure that funds are protected, applied and accounted for. Therefore they must make sure suitable…

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Abuse cover
March 17, 2021

Abuse cover

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Abuse Cover The Charity Commission released their safeguarding strategy in 2017. The strategy sets out the duty of care charities must display when it comes to preventing abuse, with one major point being that safeguarding should not only apply to those who are most vulnerable, but actually any party who comes into contact with the…

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Do you know why public liability is so important for your charity?
March 10, 2021

Do you know why public liability is so important for your charity?

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The importance of public liability for your charity Public liability insurance is an important insurance cover requirement for all companies, so what is it and why do you need it? As an advice-based insurance broker, we thought we would share our knowledge with you on public liability insurance:   Public liability insurance explained: Public liability insurance is… Read more
Construction – managing your liquidity challenges
March 9, 2021

Construction – managing your liquidity challenges

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Construction – managing your liquidity challenges   COVID19 has changed the way we live in almost every aspect of life, especially our careers and the way we run our businesses. The construction industry took a massive hit with COVID as many of you are aware. The volume of construction projects and future orders reduced as…

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FCA business interruption appeal
November 30, 2020

FCA business interruption appeal

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FCA Test Case Update – Appeal Date Set for 16 November 2020   Ascend FCA Business Interruption Test Case – Update   At a ‘Consequentials’ hearing on 2 October 2020, the FCA, named insurers and Hiscox Interveners were given certificates to enable them to appeal to the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court agreed to hear…

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Risk Insight: How Coronavirus is affecting Cargo Insurance
May 24, 2020

Risk Insight: How Coronavirus is affecting Cargo Insurance

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Risk Insight: How Coronavirus is affecting Cargo Insurance Customers What is the likely/potential impact on Supply Chain? All areas of the supply chain in or via countries impacted expect to face reduced capacity to handle goods due to restrictions on movements of people and cargo. These restrictions are likely to have a significant impact on…

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Data settles the argument: “Are women safer drivers?”
May 20, 2020

Data settles the argument: “Are women safer drivers?”

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Are Women Safer Drivers? New Data Settles the argument “Drive like a Girl” data reveals 17-year-old men speed 130% more than women of the same age. To celebrate International Women’s Day, telematics insurance pioneer, drive like a girl (a trading style of Insure The Box who holds over five billion miles of driving telematics data),…

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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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Construction sites operating during the Coronavirus
May 12, 2020

Construction sites operating during the Coronavirus

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Construction sites operating during the Coronavirus Construction sites operating during the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic need to ensure they are protecting their workforce and minimising the risk of spread of infection. This guidance is intended to introduce consistent measures on sites of all sizes, in line with the Government’s recommendations on social distancing. Self-Isolation Anyone who…

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