Attention to any of our transport and supply chain clients - changes to the Chain of Responsibility (CoR) laws are coming into effect on 1 October 2018.
Do you need an insurance broker?
These days with nearly everything at our fingertips with the click of a button, is there any need for an insurance broker? Before we can answer that question, it's worth understanding what an insurance broker is, and what they do.
With South Australia's first ever driver-less bus taking to the roads, Managed Insurance Solutions thought it was timely to have a look at what these driverless vehicles might mean for insurance in the future.
It's exciting technology, to be sure, and offers huge opportunities - especially if you think of our ageing population that may not have ready access to public transportation. It could also increase road safety, as the driver-less vehicles don't get tired, distracted by their phone or get behind the wheel after too many drinks.
As you might be aware, there was a recent salmonella outbreak in a South Australian bakery, which impacted over 30 people. How would your restaurant or cafe business cope with the direct and indirect costs (such as damage to your brand and reputation) of something like this? Read below for some tips on how you can prevent a salmonella outbreak from occurring, what type of risk management practices you can put in place and what kind of insurance safety nets are available.
Make a resolution to review your policies and coverage.
As we begin a New Year, many of you have put together some New Year’s resolutions. Of course this makes going into a New Year fun and helps a person develop some goals. This is also an excellent time to re-evaluate your insurance solution... check out our insurance checklist to get you started!
Many businesses are not sure if they need (or perhaps just don't understand) business interruption insurance. In this post, we'll try to explain business interruption insurance, and why your business may want to consider it.
We loved reading this client compliment about our teammate Kaitlin O'Sullivan's brilliant service and work ethic!
According to the 2017 Australian seasonal bushfire outlook, parts of the country are likely to see earlier and more active incidents of bushfire than other years. This is largely due to a combination of weather conditions this past winter, resulting in vast amounts of dry vegetation. With the increased risk it's critical that you take necessary precautions in mitigating your bushfire risk and checking that you have the right insurance solution before it's too late.
There are reports that the latest global cyber attack, known as the Petya virus, is the 'scariest' and possibly costliest yet.
So what can small businesses do to protect themselves from the big, bad ransomware?
It's getting cold so many of us are dreaming of heading somewhere warm over winter or taking the kids for a getaway over the school holidays.