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Square Mile Insurance We are a company that prides itself on providing a personal service to their clients who are treated as individuals and not a number. Square Mile Insurance Services Ltd deal with all the major companies in the UK and the larger Lloyds syndicates and can assure their clients that all insurers used tend to be listed Category A by AM Best and Standard and Poors.

Square Mile Insurance Services Ltd are appointed brokers for two trade associations and several household name companies plus have several thousand clients both commercial and personal. Square Mile Insurance are happy to hear from you, so please do call them if you want to discuss any of their policies.
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read more › Our range of specialist insurance products for the cafs, restaurants and takeways, pubs and bars, including public liability, employers' liability, commercial property and more. Restaurants, as businesses which serve food and drink to the general public, must be adequately insured to cover the risks associated with doing daily business with members of the public. If a member of the public is injured on your premises, or becomes ill due to any failure in the supply chain of the food. Cafs and coffee shops, as businesses which serve food and drink to the general public, must be adequately insured to cover the risks associated with doing daily business with members of the public.

read more › In England and Wales, if you're an employer, owner, landlord or occupier of business or other non-domestic premises, you're responsible for fire safety and are known as the 'responsible person'. As the responsible person, there are certain things you must do by law under the Fire Safety Order, which is enforced by your local fire. Information about your Health and Safety responsibilities as a business owner. Health and Safety Policy Statement A health and safety policy statement sets out how you manage health and safety within your workplace.

read more › A health and safety policy statement sets out how you manage health and safety within your workplace. It demonstrates the company's attitude towards health and safety and the steps, arrangements and systems the company has in place to ensure compliance with health and safety legislation. It is important that it is specific to your company and the activities that you undertake. There is a requirement under the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974 to have a written health and safety policy if five or more people are employed in a business.

read more › The purpose of this document is to describe our professional relationship and services that we will provide to you. By asking us to quote for, arrange or handle your insurances, you are providing your informed agreement to these Terms of Business. We draw your particular attention to the section headed 'Use of personal data' and specifically the paragraph explaining how 'sensitive personal data' will be used. More information will be found on this website. For your own benefit and protection, you should read these terms carefully.

read more › If you are unhappy with any part of our service, please let us know about it either by telephone or in writing. You should contact the Complaints Officer. If the complaint is by telephone only, the Complaints Officer may respond immediately. If they are unable to resolve the matter immediately, then the following steps will be taken. We will send you a letter acknowledging your complaint and asking you (if relevant) to confirm or explain the details. You can expect to receive our letter within 5 working days of our receipt of your complaint.

read more › You can read the full article, below, or visit the original page at www.yorkshirepost.co.uk. BRITAIN'S insurance industry is starting to resemble the budget airline sector, where ancillary services drive profitability, according to the managing director of UK General Insurance. Michael Warren made the comments after UK General Insurance, which employs 180 of its 220 staff in Leeds, revealed that, since the start of the year, it had signed contracts with a number of big names, including Everest, Ryanair and Debenhams.

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