News and bulletins

The latest from Darwin Clayton and the insurance industry.

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  • New Law Raises Stakes for Company Directors on Insolvency

    July 2015

    In its dying gasps the last government passed the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015 (SBEE 2015), bringing into law a miscellany of provisions spanning various topics.

  • Stay Safe This Summer

    July 2015

    Many of us like to make the most of the warmer weather, and here are our top tips on how to stay safe this summer, whether it's burglar protection or advice on staying cool in the heat.

  • Insured for Design?

    June 2015

    Professional Indemnity insurance for the design and construction industry provides cover for claims made against the Insured for wrongful acts relating to professional activities or duties in connection with the services provided.

  • Fatigue: A Common Cause Of Collision

    June 2015

    Concentration is defined as “total application of mind and body to one particular endeavour to the exclusion of all else.”

  • Safe Loading of your Vehicle

    June 2015

    Manual handling accounts for 30% of injuries at work. Almost half the resultant injuries sustained are back injuries. Moving even lighter loads when stooping or twisting can cause injury.

  • Travellers Tips

    June 2015

    Top Tips for Business Travellers

  • Guide to Risk Registers

    May 2015

    Cardinus CEO Andy Hawkes explains how one document can be the foundation of risk management best practice throughout a company

  • Manual Handling on the Move

    May 2015

    Jonathan Gough of Cardinus Risk Management explains why you should make sure your mobile workforce is protected when lifting and carrying.

  • Use of Hands Free Technology

    May 2015

    It has been illegal to use the mobile phone while driving since December 2003 however research shows that hands free use has increased from 22% in 2006 to 38% in 2014. The research, from road safety charity, Brake and Direct Line, found that texting at the wheel is widespread, 30% of drivers admitting to sending or reading messages while driving, and an even higher proportion, 44% of drivers aged 18-24 admitting to it.

  • New and Improved Darwin Clayton HVAC Scheme Launched

    April 2015

    LV has signed up with Darwin Clayton to target the heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) sector.

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