Entries by Activities Industry Mutual

On Target Newsletter 2019

It has been another  successful year for AIM and we are pleased to take this opportunity to share with you our latest news from our Chairman, Andrew Gardiner, as well as a selection of industry updates, lessons learned and contributions from industry insiders such as Martin Smith of Adventure UK and a profile of our […]

Adventure UK

Applications are invited for Chair of Adventure UK. Adventure UK is representative of a wide range of stakeholders from the UK adventure activities sector. The body was formally known as the Adventure Activities Industry Advisory Council and has added to its membership the UK Adventure Industry Group to form the new body. The aim of […]

Glyn MacAulay

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our esteemed colleague and Board Member, Glyn MacAulay who died so unexpectedly earlier this month. Glyn served on the Board of the Mutual, from the beginning for many years and has provided valuable independent financial expertise to the Mutual.  He will be desperately sorely missed […]

Outdoor Kids Sun Safety Code

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 […]

Accident Prevention and Claims Defensibility

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/    

Manager’s Travels

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 […]