Tag Archives: security


Is my gym Covid secure?
May 13, 2021

Is my gym Covid secure?

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Is my gym Covid secure?   Keeping yourself active is an essential part to your wellbeing. It is proven fact that exercise increases endorphins, which in turn lifts moods and makes you feel better. Being stuck in your own home for the last year has had major effect on people’s wellbeing, decreasing motivation while increasing…

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Is my business secure? – Security overview
April 20, 2021

Is my business secure? – Security overview

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Is my business secure?   With everything starting to open again, business owners who haven’t been able to trade for the last year are able to get back to their livelihood and resume a bit of normality. The worst thing that could happen is to come back to your place of work and find it…

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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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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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Architectural Security – Designing out crime
September 17, 2018

Architectural Security – Designing out crime

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If you have been considering a new home build or significant renovation of your property then it is likely that you will begin to seek the expert direction of architects, planners, builders and your insurance broker. In fact, many homeowners are reluctant to consider installing these security systems due to their unsightly nature. However, it…

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KEY FACTS – Unrated Insurers
March 20, 2017

KEY FACTS – Unrated Insurers

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  KEY FACTS –The reason for company failures 35% due to insufficient reserves 21% due to rapid growth (under pricing) 10% due to alleged fraud  High profile collapses Gable 2016 – 200,000 policyholders Enterprise 2016 – 48,000 policyholders Quinn 2010 – 1.3m policyholders Make sure the insurer is approved by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme…

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