What Type of Insurance Coverage Do You Need for Your Engineering Business?

Posted on: 14 October 2019

If you have just completed many years of hard study in your chosen university and have graduated as a freshly minted engineer, then you may have decided to go into business for yourself. You will want to use your skills and training, and you will want to take control of your future from a financial perspective. While you may be quite confident that you will find enough clients to make this venture work, you will need to ensure that you are as protected as possible while you do so.
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Why You Need to Ensure That Your Resident Unit Manager Is Adequately Protected

Posted on: 15 December 2018

If you are the principal of a property that features a number of individually owned flats or apartments, then you know that you are in control of a very dynamic environment. You will need to have a very strong strata management facility to help deal with these individual owners and take care of all the common areas. At the head of that structure will be a resident unit manager, who will be the "
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3 Tips for Contractors on Equipment Insurance

Posted on: 30 January 2018

Imagine waking up one morning only to find that all your tools of trade and equipment have been stolen or vandalised. How would many construction contractors remain in business if such a scenario were to play out? The answer to this question is probably a few contractors or none. Contractors often have thousands of dollars worth of tools and portable equipment such as backup generators, concrete mixers, backhoes, and bulldozers, which help such businesses to operate and stay afloat.
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Can You Make a Workers' Compensation Claim When Volunteering in a Company?

Posted on: 16 November 2016

Volunteers are a great asset to many companies and organizations in Australia. A person is referred to as a volunteer if they work for a business or profit making organization without receiving any payment or reward. However, they may be given money to cater for expenses such as transport, food, and housing. A volunteer is usually not considered an employee of the company. For this reason, the question of whether one is entitled to workers' compensation benefits if they incur an accident in their line of work can be confusing.
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