Spring is the most popular time to see the start of renovations and building work – so how do you protect contractors working at your business premises?
A lack of control of on-site contractors could lead to accidents and injuries to both the contractors and your employees.
Failing to adequately supervise contractors could also result in damage to premises, machinery and equipment, and loss of business. What’s more, there’s also the possibility of civil compensation claims and prosecution of businesses who failed to fully appreciate the extent of their duties in relation to contractors.
The following checklist provided by Aviva and Hensure is intended to help you understand your duties in respect of contractors and how to use best practice in selecting, appointing and managing them.
For advice and guidance on any aspect of business insurance do not hesitate to call 01270 758056 or contact our friendly and knowledgeable team.