Insurance

An update on all things insurance, covering the latest developments in the public and private arena.

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Cyber-attacks, a real threat

A number of countries, including Israel and Iran, have recently been targeted with a cyber-attack pushing the issue of cyber threats back into the spotlight. (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-18238326) With the majority of…

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SME Top 10 Tips

In today’s tightening economy cutting costs without cutting cover becomes increasingly important. There are several things to consider when it comes to arranging your commercial insurances, from which broker to…

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The value of risk assessment

In 2011, 27 people were killed at work by a moving vehicle and more than 1,800 were seriously injured. These figures were released by the Health & Safety Executive (HSE)…

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Changes to RIDDOR

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has changed the trigger point for reporting workplace injuries, suggesting that this will save firms “thousands of hours” completing official paperwork. The changes to…

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Cost of Motor Insurance

The Governments Transport Select Committee recently issued its long awaited report into the cost of motor insurance. The recommendations from the committee tackle issues such as fraud, personal injury claims,…

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Jelf Manson selects new ‘Charity of the Year’

In January this year, Jelf Manson started a campaign to find our new Charity of the Year, and opened up our selection process to registered charities in the Manchester area….

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Manchester apprentices

National Apprenticeship Service and Manchester City Council have joined forces with an objective to launch the Apprentice Revolution – a campaign to recruit 300 apprentices in 100 days. Any organisation…

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20% of SMEs have no insurance

A recent SME Pulse survey of 500 UK SMEs has revealed an increase in the number of businesses trading without insurance. The survey reveals an increase from 8% to 20%…