Wednesday 2nd September, 2:00pm – 3:00pm


SLCC Members – £30 + VAT
Non-Members – £35 + VAT

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You will learn:

To stay informed – H&S Legal responsibilities and Guidance
Manage your workers at home and at work
Planning – 5P’s
Look inside as well as outside of the box – the workplace
Premises equipment plant and machinery
Social Distancing
Wellbeing and welfare
Minimising non-essential travel
(Business recovery – Be prepared. Protect your people, business and reputation)
Risk Assessment
Gallagher Assistance.

Please note: This webinar will not cover how to assess the risk of your council’s specific areas but will give you a thorough overview of how to carry out a risk assessment including COVID-19 specific legislation. Please bring any questions regarding risk assessments you have or will need to enable you to carry out your risk assessment and we will endeavour to answer them during the session.

About the trainers:

Ross Bullard Cert CII

Ross has been working for Came and Company for over three years providing new business quotations to local councils, charities and not for profit organisations. Previously he worked for a broker in Southampton specialising in Motor Insurance. He is very much looking forward to meeting with various councils and discussing how Came and Company can help with your insurance requirements.

Bryan Harding ACII

Bryan Harding ACII CIRM MIIRSM Tech IOSH, is a Chartered Insurance Risk Manager and Associate member of the Chartered Insurance Institute, Technician member of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH), a full member of the International Institute of Risk and Safety Management (IIRSM) and a member of the Association of Insurance Surveyors (AiS). Bryan has over 40 years of experience gained during a career in Insurance and Risk Management.

Came & Company provide specialist council insurance with expertise and knowledge of this unique sector enabling us to create bespoke insurance solutions designed to meet the specific needs of each local council.

Some of you will already be aware of Came & Company Local Council Insurance and many of you will have been existing clients of ours for many years now. We were established in 2008, founded on the belief that whether acting as a local councillor, trustee, employee or volunteer, good people giving of themselves for the benefit of their community, should be appropriately protected.

We continue to help protect good people doing the right thing for their communities, specifically where councils and volunteers remain unknowingly exposed. Our proposition has remained a constant for over ten years, providing advice and specialist insurance to the local councils of England and Wales. Through our strong relationships with the SLCC, NALC and One Voice Wales, we continue to develop our understanding of this ever-changing sector, in order that our proposition remains relevant. As a result, we now provide insurance solutions to in excess of 4,000 local councils and community groups.

Cost remains increasingly important (albeit ‘cheaper’ premiums are often achieved at the expense of cover and usually represent a false economy), along with policy cover. We believe it is the service proposition which sits alongside a policy that is increasingly important. Please contact Came & Company to discuss risk and your responsibilities.

The SLCC would like to thank Came & Company for their ongoing support of the local council sector.

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