Risk management articles for churches about health and safety
Flooding in your church and associated properties can cause inconvenience and heartache to your church community. It’s impossible to flood-proof your church properties but there are some simple actions you can take to reduce the damage a flood may cause.
Christmas is a wonderful time of year, but with the special events and services, extra visitors and festive decorations in your church, it can mean a little extra planning in order to keep everyone safe.
Our lives are increasingly connected – we’re here to help protect what’s important to you, whether it’s on or offline.
Our data tells us that slips and trips are the most common causes of injury in churches. Most are minor, however others can be quite severe and sometimes even disabling.
Ecclesiastical Insurance is encouraging customers to take precautions to help prevent potentially catastrophic damage to property ahead of the winter storm season.
An overview of your responsibilities for looking after people who visit your church premises and ensuring that they are kept safe.
Heavy rains are expected to hit the country in the coming days with people being advised to prepare for flash flooding
Storms are unpredictable but churches can take basic precautions such as managing their trees to reduce potential damage to buildings and making sure that roofs, gutters and drains are properly maintained.
If someone is taken ill or is injured at your church premises, it can be important that immediate assistance is provided to them. This can save lives and may prevent minor injuries becoming major ones.