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Insurance for engineering consultants can be difficult if not done correctly. Our team of expert insurance advisors have worked with many engineering professionals so we understand what risks you face. By understanding the work that you do we can provide you with tailored advice on what insurance policies you should consider.
The most common policies that are needed by engineering consultants are:
We can provide insurance quotes for a wide range of engineering professions that include:
Engineering insurance policies are typically required due to the type of works that they do. For example, as most engineers to some degree provide advice, certification and compliance sign offs Professional Indemnity insurance for engineers is the policy that requires the highest priority.
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Professional Indemnity Insurance for Engineers is designed to cover you for financial loss that is caused due to errors and omissions that you are considered liable for.
Major losses that could typically occur include:
These are just some of instances that can be covered by a PI insurance for engineers policy.
Similar to most office-based occupations the public liability insurance for Engineers is usually quite a low risk and as such the premium is quite affordable.
Public Liability Insurance for Engineers should be considered so that your business is covered for personal injury and property damage that you become legally liable for.
This means that should you attend a site to complete an inspection and damage some part of the project your liability insurance will provide cover.
This also covers any customers and clients coming to your office if you have a physical location.
Some Engineering companies carry expensive equipment that is related to their profession.
Things like diagnostic equipment, surveying equipment, cameras and other specialist equipment are usually covered under a portable tools cover.
This cover allows the items to either be covered specifically or under a blanket cover for multiple items.
This means that your equipment will be covered anywhere within Australia.
We understand that running an engineering business takes a lot of work and as a business owner you’re expected to be across every part of your business. We have made our process as simple as possible.
All of our Brokers work with each engineering business to understand how your business runs and what potential risks you may be exposed to. Once we understand your business we then provide you with tailored advice relating to your engineering insurance package and what specific policies we recommend.
Yes, we can usually place cover for most occupations depending on what your business does.
Professional Indemnity Insurance for Structural Engineers can be difficult to insure due to the nature of your business.
Insurance is all about consider the overall risk and what the chance of recovery is for the insurer should they need to pay out on a claim.
As a Structural Engineer you are typically the last link in a chain of many trade occupations where you provide the final sign off or certification.
This means that should you sign off on something that doesn’t comply with current building codes you are typically liable for the associated damages. Furthermore, as you are the last link in the chain there is likely minimal if any chance of recovery from the insurer.
We typically can provide insurance advice to all aspects of engineering. For a wider list of occupations that we can provide insurance for is:
Yes, we are a full service brokerage which means we can provide and bundle all insurances together.
Whether that be on a single policy (if possible) or have multiple policies renewing at the same time on one monthly repayment.
This is difficult to answer however, the contributing price factors with PI insurance for Engineers is:
Yes, it does.
Most Civil Engineering Insurance policies will include professional indemnity, public liability, portable equipment and a busines property cover if you have an office location.
Civil Engineering Insurance policies should have higher limits considered due to the nature and value of the contracts that are being worked on.
Some Civil Engineering Insurance policies will be difficult to place if there is any bridge, dam or tunnels included in your business activities.
There is no specific answer to this question however, most Engineers will consider holding their professional indemnity insurance for up to 5 to 7 years after they stop practicing.
This is mainly because Professional Indemnity insurance for Engineers and other occupations is written on a claims-made basis.
A claims-made basis means that the policy needs to be current when the claim is made.
As with most professional service occupations a loss could occur many years after the advice has been provided and as such, if you cancel your policy when you stop trading this confirms with the insurer that any claim that hasn’t already been notified will not be covered.
Yes, your public liability insurance covers your business in its entirety.
This means that if your business is held liable and the damages fit within the scope of your cover then if it was caused by an employee or apprentice then it would be covered.
If the damages were caused by a sub-contractor, they are not considered employees and would be treated differently in the event of an insurance claim.
Building a relation with your engineering insurance broker is extremely important.
You should be able to trust the advice being provided by your engineering insurance broker to ensure that you are covered correctly.
Losses that occur within the industry can trigger significant financial losses to your business so it’s very important to place your business with an engineering insurance broker that you trust.
If you are operating a business then there is a good chance that you will need more insurance than just Public and Product Liability insurance. This depends on your business as the types of policies that a cafe would have in place compared to a tradesman are completely different. To get a full assessment of your business and understand exactly what you need, we recommend that you talk with an Insurance Broker.
As an example only some other insurances that your business may want to consider is the following:
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