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Village Hall Insurance
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Norris & Fisher are specialist charity insurance brokers who offer a tailored policy for village halls and community buildings. Our cover is the widest available in the market and our premium rates are very competitive.
Reopening Advice For Village Halls
You are now welcome to resume operations. There are no restrictions on reopening the hall from an insurance perspective and insurers have agreed to withhold the unoccupancy restrictions until 1st September 2020. Providing that the hall is hired out within 30 days of this date then cover would apply as standard. If you are not planning to reopen until October onwards then please advise us as unoccupancy restrictions will apply.
If you are welcoming people into your premises then you should ensure social distancing continues, adding floor markers or any other methods to keep people 2 metres apart are strongly recommended. We would also reiterate the advice that if anybody shows symptoms then they don’t attend the Hall and should a user have been in contact with anyone suffering from the virus they should self-isolate.
Indoor fitness or sport activities may now also recommence. This includes any activities that would typically take place in a gym, sports venue, or a fitness or dancing studio. However you must ensure that social distancing continues and extra cleaning procedures are in place.
If an outbreak were to be traced to the Hall it would be very unlikely that you could be held liable provided you have taken reasonable precautions. The third party would have to prove that they had contracted the virus both at your premises and as a result of your negligence. Should they be able to do that then your Public Liability cover would protect you.
We recommend that you consider the following points before reopening:
Cleaning the premises thoroughly before and after each use
Imposing a cleaning regime in respect of door handles, light switches and other frequently touched items
Imposing one-way systems where possible and other social distancing measures
Providing PPE if and when appropriate
Use of face coverings for all visitors to the premises
Leaving internal doors open whilst the premises are occupied
Making hand sanitiser and paper towels freely available
Running taps before first use so as to reduce the risk of legionella
You should carry out a risk assessment ahead of any reopening and record your findings in writing.
Why choose us?
Why you should think about using a
Chartered Insurance Broker
We are proud to have been awarded the prestigious title ‘Chartered Insurance Brokers’ by the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII).
Chartered status is the industry’s gold standard for insurance brokers and is currently met by fewer than 200 firms across the country.
Chartered status brings with it serious obligations. We are required to ensure the advice, service and ongoing support we provide to you is:
of the highest quality
based solely on your researched needs
provided by someone operating within their level of competency.
6 Good Reasons for Choosing Village Hall Insurance from Norris & Fisher
Specialist Village Hall policy with widest available cover
No administration fees
Rebuilding cost valuation service available
Dedicated Village Hall team with in depth knowledge of the policy
Sound advice from a Chartered Broker
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