Many businesses operate either by working on-site, or by visiting peoples’ homes, and this requires vastly different considerations compared with working from your own premises.
As the general public lose confidence in their own DIY skills and understanding, Tradespeople are more in demand than ever.
More contracted workers are being asked not just to complete a task, but relied on to advise what might be required for the task, or asked to provide opinions and guidance.
This blog aims to help you improve the resilience of your business in dealing with civil law claims made against you, in proportion to the level of risk involved.
Correctly classifying subcontractors in your business is a crucial part of understanding your legal requirements and liability. There are also different insurance requirements for the different types of subcontractor, which we will hopefully be able to clarify for you in this blog.
Use of heat can affect your premiums and excesses depending on your trade and conditions you make to mitigate any risk involved. In this blog we will explain the different types of heat work you will need to declare in order to arrange adequate cover for your business.
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