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The latest from Darwin Clayton and the insurance industry.

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  • Insurance Times Awards – Commercial Lines & Schemes Broker 2019

    October 2019

    Darwin Clayton have been nominated for 2 awards at this year's Insurance Times Awards.

  • Drink, Drugs and Driving

    October 2019

    Drivers often like to think that small quantities of drink and drugs won’t make any impact to their driving. And sometimes we even forget that we’ve taken them.

  • Modern Travel Risk Management: What it means, and why you need it

    October 2019

    For any company, the safety and management of your employees is of the utmost importance, especially when it comes to those workers, employees or managers that frequently travel abroad for business. But when it comes to managing the risks of that travel, are you doing enough?

  • The Latest Work-Related Stress Statistics for the UK

    October 2019

    What are the latest statistics in work-related stress? The latest Labour Force Survey statistics make for anxiety-inducing reading.

  • Bonfire Night Safety

    October 2019

    Bonfire night is a time to enjoy the chilly outdoors with family and friends. However it’s also important to remind ourselves to stay safe by following some simple guidance and advice. Sparklers, fireworks and bonfires are all safety hazards and could impose danger if not respected.

  • Can hacking be used for good rather than evil?

    October 2019

    When you hear the word ‘hacker’ what do you think of?

  • Fire safety with Outside storage

    September 2019

    Serious fires originating in outside storage are a frequent occurrence, due to the range of occupancies commonly encountered there, often resulting in widespread destruction and major business interruption.

  • Accident-prone: the stats for UK road traffic accidents

    September 2019

    You’d be mistaken for thinking road traffic accidents only happen to a certain type of driver. In fact, any road user of any age driving any vehicle anywhere in the country could cause a collision. Which is exactly why we pay car insurance in the first place.

    However, some areas, drivers and manufacturers are more error-prone than others. Let’s crunch the numbers.

  • Have you checked your carbon monoxide alarm recently?

    September 2019

    Known as ‘the silent killer’, accidental carbon monoxide poisoning causes around 60 deaths in the UK every year throughout England and Wales. One in 10 adults in Britain has experienced some degree of carbon monoxide poisoning in their homes. When it is breathed in, it renders your body unable to carry oxygen, causing vital functions to slowly fail.

  • Is the threat of flooding in the UK on the rise?

    September 2019

    For those who don’t take global warming seriously by now, you might be surprised at the predictions that have been made by the Environment Agency (EA) regarding UK flood defence.

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