Tradesman Saver’s Public Liability Cover for Welding
Welding insurance fromTradesman Saver automatically gives you public liability cover. This safeguards your business should customers, members of the public, or suppliers suffer any personal injury or property damage due to your company’s actions. These scenarios could see you facing legal action, and having to pay massive fees to defend your business. But with Tradesman Saver’s public liability insurance, you needn’t worry, as we’ll cover any legal expenses or compensation claims against your organisation on your behalf.
Welding Insurance: What can be included in your policy?
To ensure you receive the best possible cover for the most affordable price, you’ll find everything you may possibly need in your policy, including:
- Public & Products Liability up to £5 million
- Employers Liability at £10 million
- Contractors All Risks Insurance which provides cover for
- Contract Works
- Owned Plant
- Hired-in Plant
- Employees’ Tools
- Essential Legal Expenses at £100,000
What is welding insurance?
Working as a welder is a uniquely dangerous job, since it quite literally involves playing with fire. You can easily hurt yourself, or harm staff and members of the public, while you may even accidentally cause property damage. All of these scenarios could result in expensive claims against you, which is where insurance comes in handy. With Tradesman Saver’s welding insurance, you will be safeguarded from any financial damage these claims could have on your business, no matter the circumstances.
Why do you need welding insurance?
While owning a welding business is undoubtedly a lucrative venture, its dangers are obvious. Even with comprehensive safety training, you could accidentally cause a fire at a customer’s premises, badly burn or electrocute yourself, or breathe in dangerous fumes. Your workers will also be exposed to the same risks, and could claim compensation if you’re deemed responsible for any harm they endure in the workplace. Here at Tradesman Saver, our welding insurance will offer protection against any claims made against you by customers or employees, while also covering you if you are unable to work as a result of any injuries. All of these costs will be taken care of by us, not you. Customise your policy using our online quote form to secure a tailor-made insurance package.
How our welding insurance works
- Fill in your details in our easy-to-follow quote form
- A member of the Tradesman Saver team will contact you to deliver your quote
- We instantly activate your specialist high-risk welding contractors insurance policy
Our insurance for welders is placed on our specialist high-risk liability scheme with Corin Underwriting Limited
Welding Insurance: Frequently Asked Questions
How much does welding insurance cost?
The final cost of your welding insurance policy depends on aspects such as your company’s level of experience, how many employees you have, and the size of the projects you undertake, as well as the covers you choose and how many.
How long does welding insurance last?
The majority of welding policies are valid for one year with the option to be renewed annually. If you ever need to make a claim on your policy, you’ll have to prove that you were covered at the time of the incident. As such, it’s imperative that you hold onto your insurance documents.
What additional insurance do I need for welding?
If you employ people as part of your welding business, employer’s liability is required by law. Should you ever become unable to work, personal accident insurance can also be a lifesaver, as it will tide you over financially until your return. Another useful policy is equipment & tools insurance, which provides financial protection against theft and damage to your tools.
used for my husband’s business first then came back to do mine as it was so simple to arrange.
Be nice if the insurance was a bit wider to cover my other freelancer work.
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