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Fortune Insurance Brokers are your carpentry business insurance brokering specialists. We specialise in providing fast and affordable quotes across Australia’s top Business Insurers for Public Liability Insurance, Property / Workshop Insurance, Commercial Vehicles, Plant and Machinery and more.
We have spent years helping provide carpentry based businesses with multiple carpenter insurance quotes. In order to help you make the right choice for your company. With our experienced team behind you, we understand the needs of small businesses and sole traders. As well as larger, well established construction and carpentry firms.
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Additionally, as insurance brokers, we have compiled data regarding what insurances you are likely to claim on, and what the most common causes of these claims are. As to help you to reduce the chances of your business being at risk of a possible insurance claim. For more information give us a call on 1300 859 381 and request a Risk Analysis for your industry. As this is a complimentary service, to give you a better idea of of what to watch out for in your industry, this is subject to the below General Advice Warning.
This advice is general and does not take into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. You should consider whether the advice is suitable for you and your personal circumstances. (If relevant: Before you make any decision about whether to acquire a certain product, you should obtain and read the relevant product disclosure statement).
What you need to know about Claims in the Carpentry Industry
Firstly, when it comes to claims, the two most claimed on insurance products are Public Liability and Workers Compensation. Additionally, the majority of carpentry businesses are small scale or individually owned businesses. Generally, many of these businesses conduct their work from either a construction site or a small workshop such as a shed or garage. Furthermore, there is a high risk of fire due to wood, sawdust, shavings, paint, solvents ands stains.
Secondly, Workers Compensation claims in the Carpentry industry generally arise due to the following factors. These factors are: high job turnover, heavy work pace pressure, the use of casual or inexperienced help. In order to minimise these risks, adequate safety standards and keeping the work environment tidy and organised are essential.
In conclusion, if you are working in the carpentry or construction industry and are looking for more ways to reduce risk on site, please click here to go to Safe Work Australia’s article about safety in construction.