Winter weather risk: protect your business when the mercury tumbles
Winter has barely started and Storm Desmond has already wreaked flood havoc in Cumbria. While the weather may be unpredictable, one thing’s for sure – winter will bring snow, ice, floods and paralysed transport.
With winter weather comes a range of business risks. From keeping your workplace free from snow and ice (that can also mean a light dusting of trip and slip injuries and/or civil claims) to protecting your property, commercial assets and business continuity from the capricious British winter.
It’s a good time to reacquaint yourself with the practical mitigation steps you can take to offset the impact of plunging temperatures. Best practice risk management coupled with the judicious application of common sense can go a long way to reducing your exposure to the damage caused by winter weather.
In this winter weather guide, leading business insurance broker Arthur J. Gallagher takes a broad view of the operational and liability risks that comes with cold weather - and what you can do to mitigate its impact on your business.
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About Arthur J. Gallagher
Founded in 1927, Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. has become one of the largest, most successful insurance broking and risk management companies in the world. With extraordinary reach internationally, our parent group employs over 20,000 people and provides services in more than 140 countries. Outside the US we are known as Arthur J. Gallagher and wherever there is an issue of risk, we’re there for our clients. We are a business without barriers – working together to create solutions that drive value and competitive advantage for our clients. Our people, our depth of technical knowledge and our global reach will deliver unrivalled advice and coverage expertise.
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Post date: 13 Jan 2016
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