Engineering insurance is typically designed to protect you against unforeseen events that could leave your business exposed to financial loss, allowing you to focus on what really matters - running your business.
Liability insurance can protect you against slips, trips and falls; so if a visitor tripped over and sustained an injury in your workplace, your public liability insurance can cover any compensation awarded as a result.
Employers’ liability specifically protects your employees against accidents at work, again including any resulting awards for damages. For instance, if a member of staff badly injured their hand whilst using a machine at work, they may be entitled to compensation for their injury. Employers’ liability offers a level of cover for your employees should they injure themselves at work.
Your machinery and raw materials are essential to the day to day running of your business, without them your ability to trade could be restricted. We can arrange engineering insurance to protect your assets from perils such as fire, theft and storm damage, as well as safeguard your business continuity with business interruption cover. This means that should the worst happen, your profit and fixed expenses will typically be covered whilst we help you get back up and running.
Unfortunate and unforeseen events can have a huge impact on your livelihood, that’s why we arrange comprehensive insurance that is tailored to your business needs. We can also advice you on complementary insurance, for example, goods in transit cover or computer breakdown cover, meaning you get specialised covers for the items you want to insure. As your business grows, you can tailor your insurance accordingly, to ensure you have the protection to work without worry.
We can make arranging your engineering insurance simple and hassle-free, even if your business needs aren’t. Speak to our advisors today and they’ll recommend the right covers for your business.