Any organisation that carries out activities which require employees to use certain hand held tools needs to carefully assess the risks and put the right safeguards in place. This article provides advice on how organisations can reduce the risk of hand-arm vibration claims and fines.
It sounds like science fiction, but exoskeletons are increasingly being used in rehabilitation therapy and insurers are getting in on the act. Post’s article sheds light on how wearable robotics could transform medical claims.
The FCA conducted a thematic review to assess how firms were operating their investment-based life insurance product closed-books and to determine if they were treating their closed-book customers fairly. This paper sets out how the FCA conducted its review, key findings and expectations for firms.
Should the Government exploit the success of auto-enrolment by increasing savings amounts or extending it to include life and protection insurance? In this CII Thinkpiece, Nick Hurman, FCII Chartered Insurer explores the issues.
In a climate of global volatility, travel risks have increased and the travel market is under unprecedented pressure to mitigate these risks. But what's also becoming apparent is the industry's appetite for answers to fragmented risk management. Download this one page article to find out more.
In this article, senior figures in UK health insurance look back on the successes and challenges of the year that was and examine what’s on the cards for 2016.
With media reports of abuse in care homes, the insurance market has faced numerous challenges – however, is the sector truly getting the best deal from insurers? Post's article investigates.
SSP's eye magazine provides insights into the world of insurance and financial services. Featuring opinions, news and information, this issue focuses on what questions insurers should be asking when choosing technology, marketing and the big data conundrum, plus a recap of BIBA fever.
Water Risk: How can insurers help companies mitigate the reputational risk associated with water scarcity?
On top of the risk from flooding, water scarcity could become a real problem in the near future – so what are the insurance implications of emerging water risks?
Although 93% of adults in the UK own a mobile phone, only one in four is insured. Recent research has revealed the places consumers look to buy insurance and shows the key to unlocking the potential of this market.