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Quick, reliable insurance for site managers

A site managers principle job is to keep everything moving forward, and make sure it stays on schedule. The budgeting and timescale rests on your shoulders - it's heavily detail-orientated. Ensuring problems are minimised and that delays are handled quickly and efficiently can make your trade time consuming. It seems there is always something that can put a time crunch on a project, bringing delays and stressed out clients. Taking advantage of personalised site manager insurance from Tradesman Insurance 4u can prove a smart bit of business, and makes sure you're covered in all scenarios.

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Professional indemnity insurance for site managers

Having professional indemnity insurance is deemed vital for all businesses that give advice or offer professional services to other businesses. It covers you in the event that you give out faulty advice that causes financial loss to a client. You can avail of the professional indemnity insurance as standalone coverage or in combination with another policy. Here at Tradesman Insurance 4U, we can offer between 50,000 and 5 million pounds in professional indemnity coverage.

Public liability insurance for site managers

The core of a site managers insurance policy will normally be public liability insurance, it's an often vital cover for yours and most other trades, as it can protect you if someone is injured or their property is damaged due to your business. Tradesman Insurance 4U offers between £250,000 and 5 million in cover, to protect you against any costs incurred.

Employers’ liability insurance

As a business owner with employees, you are required by law to also have employers' liability insurance, which is designed to cover for claims from employees who have experienced accidents, suffered from injuries, or have fallen seriously ill as a direct result of working for your company. This is even more important for high-risk jobs such as in construction and other industrial-related trades.

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Ensure you get the coverage you need

  • When choosing what type or even types of insurance you will take, make sure you read all documents carefully before you sign on the dotted line.
  • Make sure you have an accurate replacement value of tools and property, so that you can adequately replace your vital equipment that earns you your living, should something happen
  • If you engage people in employment, even in your own residence, you are legally mandated to take out employer’s liability insurance. if you fail to do so, you could pay heavy fines.

Researching other businesses that are in your trade, as well as asking your clients what level of public liability cover they expect, can help you make wise and often business saving decisions, should accidents happen to you or your company.

Need more details? You can find out more about cover options that can help protect your business in the long run, by heading to our insurance cover types section. Simply choose the cover options you’re interested in and find out everything you need to know — if you don’t know where to begin, you can check out our business insurance FAQs.

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