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Step 1 of 5 - CONTACT DETAILS
Primary Contact Phone Number
Alternative Contact Phone Number
House Number or Name
Town or City
Antigua and Barbuda
Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba
Bosnia and Herzegovina
British Indian Ocean Territory
Central African Republic
Congo, Democratic Republic of the
Congo, Republic of the
French Southern Territories
Heard and McDonald Islands
Isle of Man
Lao People's Democratic Republic
Northern Mariana Islands
Palestine, State of
Papua New Guinea
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Sao Tome and Principe
Svalbard and Jan Mayen Islands
Trinidad and Tobago
Turks and Caicos Islands
United Arab Emirates
US Minor Outlying Islands
Virgin Islands, British
Virgin Islands, U.S.
Wallis and Futuna
Will the Insurance be only in your name?
Name(s) of Policyholder
What is your annual fee income from arranging the events?
Event Types : One of our Insurers provides a policy which can cover all of the following events. Can you confirm that all of your events are included in this list :
Amateur dramatics, Animal show (domestic pets), Anniversary party, Antiques fair, Artists exhibition, Arts and crafts fair/sale, Athletics meeting or competition, Auction (not livestock), Awards presentation, Badminton match or tournament, Bag packing for charity, Ball or dance (not rave or disco), Balloon release, Barbeque, Barn dance, Baseball match or tournament, Basketball match or tournament, Bazaar, Beach sports, Beauty pageant, Beer festival, Bike ride (not in mountains), Bingo event, Board game competition or event, Boat show (land based only), Book fair, Boot fair, Boxing match or tournament, Brass band meet/show, Bridge or beetle drive, Camera club meeting or show, Camping/caravan event (not wild camping), Car owners club meeting (static), Car show (static), Car wash, Careers fair, Carnival (including floats), Carol singing or concert, Casino night, Ceilidh, Charity collection, Children's concert, Christmas fair, Christmas light switch on, Christmas lights and tree display, Comedy show (amateur), Community fun day, Computer or card game/competition, Computer or IT show, Concert (classical, jazz or folk), Conference, Cookery demonstration, Country fair, Cricket (amateur), Croquet match, Cross country run, Cultural festival, Darts competition or marathon (amateur), Debate (non party political and non religious), Disco, Educational workshop, Eisteddfod, Exhibition (open to the public), Exhibition (trade show), Falconry display, Family fun day, Farmers market, Fashion show, Fete, Film fair, Flea market, Flower arranging, Flower show, Food and wine festival, Food fair, Fun run or walk, Game fair, Garden open day, Garden party, Ghost hunt, Golf match or tournament (amateur), Graduation day, Hill/fell walk (not mountaineering or climbing), Historic or garden walk, Hockey match (amateur), Horse racing (participants, not hospitality), Horse show (not trials or point to point), Horticultural show, Hospitality, Ice-skating or dancing event, Incentive travel, Jumble sale, Kite event, Laser/light show, Late night shopping, Leaflet promotion, Lecture, Light switch-on, Literary or poetry event, Livestock auction, Lunch/dinner/banquet, Magic show, Majorette competition, Marathon, Meeting/seminar, Model railway club meeting or event, Murder mystery event, Music or arts festival or recital (not rock/pop), Needlework group meeting or event, Netball (amateur), Paranormal investigation, Party, Ploughing match, Press event, Processions/parades (non political/religious), Product launch, Quiz, Race night, Raft race (inland waters), Recital, Recruitment fair, Re-enactment, Regatta (amateur and inland waters only), Religious festival (not processions or parades), Remembrance day parade (non political), Reunion, Road show, Science fiction fair, Snooker or pool match (amateur), Speed dating event, Squash match or tournament, Static car show, Steam rally, Street party, Swimming event, Talk club meeting, Tea or coffee morning/afternoon, Tennis (amateur), Torchlight procession (non political/religious), Town crier competition, Toy fair, Treasure Hunt, Tug of War, Volleyball match or tournament, Walk (not mountaineering), Watersports event, Wedding fair, Wedding
All of my events are in the list
I arrange events not in the list
Please describe all the types of events which you arrange:
How many events do you arrange per year?
Up to 15
16 - 45
46 and over
Policy Start Date
Do you require cover on your own or hired in Equipment?
What is it? This is cover on your own or hired in event equipment such as marquees, and associated equipment such as dance floors, furniture, and mobile toilets, etc. As standard this includes cover for theft, flood, storm, fire, malicious damage and accidental damage. Cover may be subject to agreed security levels and reasonable care having been taken. Most claims result from theft, malicious damage and storm damage following high winds which haven’t been forecast. In order for us to arrange cover you will need to find out the value of the equipment.Do I need it? We suggest that you check your supplier’s T’s and C’s to see if they are holding you contractually responsible for any equipment you have hired in. If so they may also require that you arrange adequate insurance. If they don’t specify that you must take out insurance then you will need to choose whether or not you would like the cover, and your decision will be based on your estimation of the risk, your financial situation in terms of whether you can afford to take the risk yourself and of course the cost of the insurance.
Maximum value of temporary structures and non-theft attractive associated equipment?
e.g. Marquees, Furniture, Dance Floor, Lighting etc
Maximum value of theft attractive equipment?
This would include Generators, Audio Visual equipment (e.g. speakers and amplifiers)
Maximum value of any other equipment you own?
Please enter a number greater than or equal to
Please described the "Other" equipment
Total maximum value of all your own and hired in equipment
When on site will the equipment be left unattended overnight?
Do all event sites have a perimetre fence and locked gates?
Do the public have overnight access to the site?
Other Security - please describe any other details of the security
Do you require Public Liability Insurance?
What is it? This protects you against your legal liability in case of 3rd party property damage or injury due to your negligence. For example, if a guest slips on a spilt drink on a dance floor and breaks their ankle. The injured guest might hold you responsible on the grounds that you failed to prevent the accident from happening.Do I need it? This is not a legal requirement, however you might feel it is sensible in our increasingly litigious society. A few factors to consider are the size and type of the event, and the extent to which you are taking responsibility yourself for the running of the event. For example, if you hire a venue which is running your event on your behalf, then your liability exposure might be lower than if you run the event yourself.
What is the maximum number of guests / visitors to any one event?
What is the maximum duration of any event (days)?
Do any of your events involve any dangerous or hazardous activities?
Activities include any firework displays, fairground rides, sports or bouncy castles.
Please detail what activities will be at your event/s.
Will any of your events have a dance floor or an area designated for dancing?
Will any of your events use tiered seating or grandstands?
If you use any sub contractors at your event/s, do you check that hold their own Public Liability Insurance with a limit of at least £1m?
Sub contractors include any entertainment or catering companies.
What Public Liability limit do you require?
Do you require Employers Liability Insurance?
What is it? This protects you against your legal liability in case of injury due to your employees. An employee is anyone that is working for you whether or not you pay them, so a volunteer is an employee.Do I need it? If you have an Employee then, subject to some exemptions, by law you must carry Employers Liability Insurance.
How many employees and volunteers will be working?
Do you require Cancellation Insurance?
What is it? You can either cover your event costs or if relevant the revenue from the event. The eventualities which can be insured will depend on the type and details of the event, and can include; cancellation due to adverse weather, death or illness of a person on which the event depends and the unavailability of the venue due to fire or flood.
What basis of cover do you require?
Costs and Profit (Revenue)
What is the maximum total cost of one event?
What is the maximum expected revenue of one event?
Has the proposed Policyholder(s) ever had any event claims or incidents?
Please provide further information about the claim/incident
Has the proposed Policyholder(s) ever had any criminal convictions?
Please give details of the conviction(s)
Has the proposed Policyholder(s) ever had any insurance declined, cancelled or special terms imposed?
Please give details of when and why Insurance was decline, cancelled or special terms imposed:
Please detail any other information which you feel might be relevant.