With the economic climate being what it is, Halloween Week 2013 is likely to encourage as much creativity in theft as it does in costume design. However, it is not just theft that one needs to be aware of. Accidental damage, and through vandalism, will – as ever – mean that some people’s Halloweens are SERIOUSLY frightful. Read more
Police have arrested 27 people over allegations of ‘ghost broking’.
The arrests were made following an investigation into the sale of fake car insurance policies, carried out by the Insurance Fraud Enforcement Department (IFED). Read more
Brownhill Insurance Group has been shortlisted for two prestigious awards: Customer Service & Best Employer and Staff Development as part of the The Bromley Business Awards 2013.
The 2013 Bromley Business Awards is the 3rd in the annual award series developed and organised by South London Business (part of the Prospects Group) and sponsored by London Biggin Hill Airport to reward and celebrate the many dynamic and innovative businesses in Bromley.
HSE Construction Inspectors will carry out a major inspection and enforcement initiative targeting the refurbishment sector, from 2 to 27 September 2013. This will build on the success of similar interventions in the years 2006/07 to 2012/13. Read more
AIG share with us a hair-raising story about a client who crashed his prized Enzo Ferrari causing over £300,000 in damage.
Over 1,000 accidents at work involving electric shock are reported to the Health & Safety Executive each year.
Summer is here and as more visitors are being welcomed at heritage properties, there is an increased risk of malicious damage and theft.
In 2010 over 3.5 million employees undertook overseas trips. One quarter of these overseas trips were too high or extreme risk locations. Whether it is safety and security concerns as a result of terrorism and civil unrest or natural disasters such as ash clouds or earthquakes, the threats facing business travellers have rarely been greater. Read More..
courtesy of AIG