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Systems Engineering insurance offers comprehensive industry-specific cover for a broad range of risks faced by engineering contractors who undertake work including configuring, testing and maintaining operational systems.
What it costs for cover and your peace of mind, makes our engineering insurance a worthwhile investment, because the alternative if a claim is made against you and you’re not insured doesn’t bear thinking about.Start your quote
Systems Engineering insurance is designed to protect you against the unexpected – for example, something going wrong during a project for a client that results in a financial loss, such as a system you are managing going down and causing business operations to halt as a result.
The indemnity insurance policy will provide cover to protect you and your business against the legal action against you in the event that you make a mistake in your work.
As a systems engineer, you are responsible for the smooth running of business systems and/or the design, installation and testing of new systems.
Knowing that you are carrying the right level of insurance protection in place can give you the peace of mind you need to continue with your work in case something does go wrong with a business system that you are responsible for.
If you’re an engineer working through a recruitment agent, you may find you are required to carry insurance, such as professional indemnity, public liability and employers’ liability, before you are allowed to start working for them.
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Protects against claims of alleged negligence in your professional services, advice and designs.
Protects against claims of injury to third-parties or damage to a third-party's property.
A legal requirement for anyone employing staff. Protects your business in-case an employee is injured at work.
Cover for contract disputes, tax investigations, court attendance, debt recovery, and more.
Cover for work injuries, illnesses caused by work and compensation awards.
Protection for losses from, fraud, dishonesty, theft, bribery, forgery, and loss investigations.
Covers your business in the event of a malicious attack on your computer systems and data.
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The insurance policy will provide cover for claims including:
You have advised your client where efficiencies and potential monetary savings can be made through certain adjustments to their current system. However, your calculations are slightly wrong, resulting in the system adjustments being no less efficient and costing your client more to run.
The client takes legal action against you for incorrect advice. Professional indemnity insurance would provide cover for you in this instance.
You design a new system for a client and oversee the installation, but the system doesn’t work as a result of an error in your designs and the client takes action against you to recoup the costs of correcting the error and the lost revenue as a result of the delay. Professional Indemnity insurance would provide cover in this instance.
Breach of contract
You miss an agreed deadline for delivery of a project you are contracted for resulting in extra costs being incurred for your client. Professional Indemnity insurance would provide cover for this in the event your client made a claim against you.
With Caunce O’Hara’s intuitive online quote and buy system you can get an indicative quotation for your engineering contractor insurance in a matter of minutes.
As an example: a systems engineer with an annual turnover of up to £50,000, who needs Professional Indemnity insurance with an indemnity of £500,000 of cover (in any one claim) would pay as little as £192.00 per year. That’s only £16.00 per month, which we think represents good value considering the level of cover and peace of mind that you gain.
Apart from Professional Indemnity insurance, engineering contractors will likely be asked to ensure they carry Public Liability insurance as part of their contractual obligations to protect the clients’ property and members of staff.
It is also important to note that as a self-employed business owner, a claim can be made against you personally with unlimited personal liability, therefore Directors and Officers insurance is a valuable insurance policy which will cover you in this instance.
Legal Expenses insurance will provide cover for costs incurred from a legal occurrence or claim that your indemnity and liability insurance does not cover, including the costs incurred from an IR35 tax investigation.
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