For all risks in erection of machinery/steel structures
Additional cover for third-party claims
Extendable to include a maintenance period
When you're trying to reach new heights, worrying about things going wrong can be a bit distracting.
Why not have someone else do the worrying for you.
Our Erection All Risk (EAR) policy offers you comprehensive cover against all risks involved in the erection of machinery, plant and steel structures.
You are also covered for any third-party claims for property damage or bodily injury, arising in connection with the execution of an erection project.
The policy provides you with a very wide cover. Almost any sudden and unforeseen loss or damage to the property insured on the erection site, during the period of insurance, will be indemnified. Below are some of the most important causes covered under this policy.
You can extend your policy to include a maintenance period. This can be added on through any one of the following covers.
Maintenance Visits Cover
During the maintenance period, you will be covered for any loss or damage caused during operations, while complying with all obligations under the maintenance provisions of your contract.
Extended Maintenance Cover
In addition to the protections provided under the maintenance visits cover, this covers any loss or damage that occurred during the maintenance period, but was caused during the erection period on the construction site.
Maintenance Guarantee Cover
This is an additional cover for the manufacturer of the machinery or plant to be insured, if they are the ones commissioned to do the erection work. We will cover the manufacturer’s liability for loss or damage during the guarantee period, as stipulated in the supply contract, to a certain extent.
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No, sorry, these are non-cancellable policies.
No, any loss or damage to items that are immediately affected by the above are not covered. However, your insurance can be extended to cover any loss or damage to the correctly executed items resulting from an accident that happened because of faulty design, defective material or workmanship.
No, it's not. It totally depends on you. But we would say that it is advisable.
So, this is how it goes. You will need to estimate the maximum value of the stock that you may be holding at a particular point of time during the policy. This will be considered as the sum insured and the premium rate is charged based on this amount.
At the beginning of each month, you will need to declare the highest value of the stock that you were holding during the previous month. The same will be considered as the declaration for that month. At the end of the policy period, the premium is adjusted based on the average monthly declarations provided by the insured.
To be honest, we don't usually insure plastic factories. However, you can reach out to us and we can come to a decision based on your case.