Risk management articles for churches about health and safety
The UK’s leading church insurer Ecclesiastical will be hosting a special fire training session for delegates from cathedrals and greater churches from the North of England. The session will be held on 21 May 2019 and seeks to help delegates reduce the risk of fire at these iconic buildings.
Mark Hews, Group Chief Executive of Ecclesiastical Insurance commented:
Put simply, safeguarding is protecting children and vulnerable adults from abuse, neglect or exploitation. Making sure that these groups are adequately protected is a vitally important duty.
Responsibilities, planning and frequently asked questions.
Every year, a number of accidents occur in churches, church halls and churchyards. Not only does this cause pain and suffering to those who are injured, it can often result in disruption to the smooth running of the church and its various activities.
Thanks to increasingly high standards of wiring and installation, electrical systems are now generally safer than ever. However, the use of electricity in churches still has the potential to cause considerable damage to property and serious personal injury.
Ecclesiastical Insurance trials drone technology to enhance its risk management service for commercial customers.
Managing the asbestos risk to protect those around you.
According to Ecclesiastical claims data, escape of water is the second largest cause of property insurance claims.