Advance Underwriting is a UK based insurance agency and intermediary specializing in insurance for Mobile and Outside Caterers, Property Owners & Landlords. We also offer cover for Professional firms or individuals who give advice for a fee, and H R & Legal Expenses Insurance.
Caterers Trailer Insurance
We offer wide cover for all mobile and outside caterers, including Mobile Catering Trailers, Static Roadside Trailers & Similar, Kiosks and beach cafes, Sandwich Bars, Cafes, Restaurants, Catering from home or other premises.
Caterers Liability Insurance
We can also offer Public Liability Insurance for all of the above. Premiums start from £108 and include Employers Liability in addition. Caterers Liability cover is available on its own or included in our Trailer Combined policy. You can get a quote and buy on line.
Property Owners & Landlords Insurance
Unoccupied Property Insurance - Widely used by solicitors, for those awaiting Probate on an inherited property or cannot sell a house and have to move, or similar reasons.
Residential & Commercial Let Property Insurance
Property Owners Liability Insurance
Stand Alone Liability cover for any type of property including land, forestry, private roads, common parts, commercial and residential buildings
For a wide range of shops and offices
Professional Indemnity Insurance for miscellaneous occupations, Directors & Officers(D&O), Legal Expenses & H R Services.
To get a quote for any of our services just click on one of the products listed on this page or you can write or email us with your requirements, or telephone us on 01473 711475.
HSE has launched consultations on the revised content of two Approved Codes of Practice (ACOPs). Changes to the ACOPs Workplace health, safety and welfare regulations (L24) and Safety in the installation and use of gas systems and appliances (L56) have been developed by HSE and industry stakeholders. Consultations ends on 30 July 2013.
This consultative document invites views on the revised Approved Code of Practice (ACOP) L24 – âWorkplace health, safety and welfareâ. The consultation aims to establish if the changes make it easier for employers to understand and meet their legal obligations. The consultation began on 7 May and will close on 30 July.
A leading hotel chain has been ordered to pay more than Â£200,000 in fines and costs after construction workers and guests were put at risk of asbestos exposure at a Kent hotel.
Simple, practical guidance to help businesses select competent first aid training providers. A draft has been published to enable businesses to familiarise themselves with the changes (that will come into force on 1 October 2013 subject to parliamentary and Secretary of State approval) and to ensure they understand how to comply.
A bogus gas fitter and the company he owns have been prosecuted for carrying out illegal inspections on mobile catering units in Suffolk.
HSE case studies relevant to the catering and hospitality industry, subject areas include: Kitchen related accidents, Housekeeping and cleaning regimes, Specification of appropriate flooring, Manual handling and Dermatitis.
Potential falls from height risks to employees and members of the public from over-riding door locking safety devices
You must manage the health and safety risks in your workplace. To do this you need to think about what, in your business, might cause harm to people and decide whether you are doing enough to prevent that harm. This is known as a risk assessment.
How does Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) affect you in your industry? Select your industry to view key messages and how COSHH affects you.
The examples show how other small and medium-sized businesses have approached risk assessment. If you can’t find your industry listed, pick the one closest to it and adapt it for your own workplace.
How does Control Of Substances Hazardous to Health affect you in your industry? – From this page select your industry to view key messages and how COSHH affects you.
These examples show kind of approach HSE expects a small business or workplace to take and how other small and medium-sized businesses have approached risk assessment.
Listed are jobs with the highest rates of occupational asthma. Follow the relevant link to find top tips and advice on how to protect yourself in the workplace
Answers to some of the frequently asked questions on maintaining equipment in the catering and hospitality industry.
Answers to some of the top frequently asked questions about ‘hazards’ in the catering and hospitality industry.
As an employing caterer, you must: prepare a statement of safety policy and your organisation and arrangements for achieving the policy (written if you employ more than four people), consult employees through safety representatives if your workplace is unionised, or employee representatives or directly if it is not unionised…
Some of the most common health and safety questions asked by workers in the catering and hospitality industries
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What are the the main health and safety issues relating to catering operations?
Articles include: Working in Great Britain from overseas; Shattered Lives Campaign – the latest from HSE; Skin at work;Â Off sick and worried about your job; Workersâ health and safety; Do your bit with subsidised training from HSE; and Request a âDangerâ display card. Read the Hospitality Industry Newsletter – Issue 2