- Industry leaders NICEIC and ELECSA are set to expand their COVID-19 business guidance webinar series with a new episode looking at insurance cover.
- Open to anyone working within the industry, the expert-led session will discuss the benefits of adequate cover, including the protection it offers and the new revenue streams it can secure.
- Broadcasting live on Friday, June 12 at 12 pm, this event is free of charge and can be subscribed to by visiting www.niceic.com/covid-19-support-webinar
NICEIC and ELECSA are set to deliver the next episode in their COVID-19 business guidance webinar series. Designed to offer practical advice to electrical contractors, the latest episode will focus on insurance cover, and the benefits policies can provide to individuals and businesses during this period.
Taking place on Friday, June 12 at 12 pm, the webinar is free of charge and open to anyone working within the electrical contracting industry.
Hosted by Darren Staniforth, Senior Technical Presenter NICEIC & ELECSA, the expert panel will include seasoned insurance professionals, Paul Buckle – Managing Director, NICEIC and ELECSA Insurance Services* and Grant Barnfather – Enterprise Business Manager, NICEIC and ELECSA Insurance.
“We are aware that Coronavirus has left a significant number of electrical contractors facing severe financial uncertainty said NICEIC’s Darren Staniforth
“As a result, many are looking for ways to reduce costs, and some may be questioning the need for insurance cover.
“During this webinar, we aim to provide all contractors with the guidance they need to make the right decisions for their business. We will discuss associated legal requirements, the various types of cover, and business opportunities the right policy can deliver. As new avenues such as PRS are opening up, now more than ever, it is vital contractors are armed with the correct information on this important topic”.
Anyone wishing to join the seminar can register via www.niceic.com/covid-19-support-webinar.
For those unable to join on the day, a recording will be available via the NICEIC and ELECSA websites 24 hours after the live broadcast.