The pursuit of a career in the fitness and beauty industries is often driven by a love for the job, and the desire to help others get into their peak physical condition, whether that be in the gym or in the salon.
The vast majority of fitness instructors and beauty therapists, however, operate on a self employed basis, often based at multiple venues, which can make getting the relevant insurance policies seem like a daunting task. Making sure you have the right levels of insurance protection from the start means you can carry on with the day to day running of your fitness or beauty business confident in the fact that you’re protected.
Fitness instructor insurance can be particularly complicated if you’re frequently making use of heavy or complex equipment in your day to day interactions with your clients, so it’s absolutely necessary that you have the correct coverage to indemnify you against allegations of negligence that could cause physical harm.
Getting beauty therapist insurance, though, can also seem like a difficult task if you’re not familiar with the insurance world or the beauty industry itself. At Caunce O’Hara, we understand the practice of beauty therapy in all it’s forms, as well as the necessary levels and types of insurance coverage that are needed specifically for the beauty industry, as well as businesses in general.