With the summer season in full swing and thousands of children across the country engaged in an array of outdoor activities, sun safety will no doubt be a key concern for activity organisers and instructors. Yet with so much to think about, it is not always easy to keep sun safety front of mind. Every […]
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About Activities Industry Mutual
The Activities Industry Mutual has been set up specifically to cater for the insurance needs of the adventure activities industry in the UK and for those who have operations both in the UK and abroad.
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We had an article published in the IOL‘s Summer edition of Horizons about accident prevention and claims defensibility we thought you’d like to see it. Other articles on our website that look at this area to check out https://www.activitiesindustrymutual.co.uk/aim-pharos-be-prepared/
How are we all doing? It continues to be a very busy season for AIM with many of you renewing at this time. I hope that all your businesses and activities are continuing very well, despite more inclement weather than we experienced last summer. Exams are over (as a mother of a GCSE student this […]
Our supporting insurer MS Amlin came to our Member Day at Lord’s in March. Mandy Maris their Risk Engineer went through a presentation on some top tips regarding managing risk within the activities and leisure industry. Most members will not be familiar with how MS Amlin supports the mutual so this was a great opportunity […]
We are thrilled to be exhibiting at the ABC Conference this year bigger than ever at the University of Sheffield on Thursday 28th and Friday 29th June 2019. We’ll be on Stand 2 along with many other industry colleagues in the exhibitor hall that you’ll be keen to speak to. Tickets Tickets to the Annual […]
Our colleagues at Clyde & Co have put together a round up of recent personal injury cases affecting the activities industry. This article demonstrates that recent case law is positive for the activities industry but that businesses can always protect themselves further.