The Health & Safety Executive (HSE) have provided clarification that employers, under certain circumstances, have an obligation to report cases of COVID-19 under the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013 (RIDDOR).

Whilst putting your business continuity plans in place and ensuring your business continues to operate for your customers, the risk and general acceptance that buildings which remain empty for any length of time are an easier target and are exposed to increased risks including vandalism, theft, arson and water damage. What should be considered next?

All of us are having to adapt to the disruption caused by COVID-19, authorities are encouraging businesses and organisations to employing tactics such working from home as essential measures to help prevent the spread of the virus. Is your organisation ready for a potentially extended and lengthy period of remote working?

Enforced changes in business operations means understanding your risks and your current insurance protection is more important than ever as the situation evolves.

The spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus continues to dominate the news, with major implications for public health and the NHS. It is also causing economic disruption across the globe and turbulence on the financial markets. We are monitoring developments closely, but we have also put in place sensible measures to ensure that Griffiths & Armour is well prepared.

As information and updates on the evolving developments as COVID-19 are communicated by authorities, the pandemic is causing significant disruption on society and business alike. We’ve gathered our most frequently asked questions and consulted with our specialist insurance brokers to offer some insight on how your insurance cover may respond.

To mark International Womens Day, a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women, we caught up with our very own Tanya Winstanley, Professional Risks Director at Griffiths & Armour.

Formalising arrangements to respond to a cyber incident before it occurs can greatly assist in ensuring that the organisation’s response is appropriate, effective and undertaken as quickly as possible.

As the Coronavirus continues to spread across international borders, our Risk Management team have developed 10 top tips for any organisation to help them prepare.

Are the recent trends suggesting the increase in rates that started slowly in 2018 and gained momentum in 2019 expecting to continue into 2020 and beyond?