New Insurance Cover for our Members

New Insurance Cover for our Members

 

Union Members get FREE insurance cover!

 
 
As a member of the Scottish Artists' Union, you receive FREE insurance cover provided by Hencilla Canworth. This is one of the many benefits you receve from being a union member.
From 20th April 2018, all union members benefit from not only Product and Public Liability cover, but also Professional Indemnity cover.
This is to confirm that we act as insurance intermediary for the above named and have arranged Public and Products Liability and Professional Indemnity Insurance for all members that are domiciled within the United Kingdom, The Channel Islands and the Isle of Man. Details of the policy are summarised below:

Policyholder: Individual registered members for the time being of the Scottish Artists Union

Business Description: Preparation, lecturing, teaching and public display of fine art and applied art including exhibitions or displays involving live non-static physicalperformance

Insurer: ArgoGlobal SE and other insurers

Policy Number: ENTCL/00242

Period of Insurance: 21st April 2018 to 31st March 2019, both dates inclusive

Public Liability Insurance

Limit of Indemnity: £5,000,000
Indemnity to Principal: Included
Height Limit: 10 metres
Use of Heat: Included subject to Heat Application Warranty
Territorial Limits: Worldwide
Jurisdiction: Worldwide

Products Liability Insurance

Limit of Indemnity: £5,000,000
Indemnity to Principal: Included
Territorial Limits: Worldwide
Jurisdiction: Worldwide

Professional Indemnity Insurance

Limit of Indemnity: £5,000,000
Indemnity to Principal: Included
Territorial Limits: Worldwide
Jurisdiction: Worldwide excluding USA & Canada

 

Please note: 

Members' Liability cover applies to any claims arising from work done from the later date of 21st April 2018 or the commencement date of continuous membership of the Scottish Artists Union.

Professional Indemnity cover is on a claims made basis (different from Public Liability that is on a claims occurring basis) so this means that cover has to be in the force when the claim is formally made. This means that members will need to maintain continuous cover (membership) to ensure that their cover remains valid. Any break in membership would have the effect of re-setting the retroactive date of the cover and render all previous work uninsured.

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