Tag Archives: Policy


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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Understanding bodily injury in eHealth
May 6, 2020

Understanding bodily injury in eHealth

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Understanding bodily injury in eHealth Technology is fundamentally changing the way healthcare is delivered, monitored, and addressed. And telemedicine – or the remote delivery of healthcare services – is one of the fastest-growing and most obvious examples of this shift. While the use of technology can deliver great benefits to patients, it also creates new…

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COVID-19: Turning to telemedicine
May 4, 2020

COVID-19: Turning to telemedicine

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COVID-19: Turning to telemedicine The use of telemedicine has been steadily on the rise for years, with companies around the world helping patients remotely. Since the arrival of COVID-19, major measures like social distancing have been implemented to fight the pandemic and this has seen an acceleration in the use of telemedicine. Regulation The World…

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UK bosses could face a wave of Coronavirus-related claims
April 28, 2020

UK bosses could face a wave of Coronavirus-related claims

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UK bosses could face a wave of coronavirus – related Directors & Officers claims Administrators, managers, and directors of any company, regardless of its size or activities, shoulder significant responsibilities in relation to the way they conduct themselves and justify the trust placed in them. This may result in claims against them for actual and…

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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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Picture Potential With Your Drones
October 22, 2018

Picture Potential With Your Drones

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By 2030, it is suggested that there will be 76,000 drones in UK skies – a Sci-Fi lovers fantasy perhaps, but a phenomenon that will be very real and predicted to drive a 3.1% increase in productivity, as well as delivering a saving to the construction industry of £3.5 billion. Site surveys are one area…

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With over 100 years combined experience, Ascend’s team are the specialists you need!
September 12, 2018

With over 100 years combined experience, Ascend’s team are the specialists you need!

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Policy Wording – Boring? Yes. But important. Of all insurances, those for Contractors are generally the most complex and most in need of specialist knowledge in their arrangement. I am willing to bet: Your Contractors policy wording (Liability and Contractors All Risks) isn’t the best. Why? Because you have your insurer’s standard policy wording and…

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