Whether you own or manage an outdoor activity centre, are an independent activity instructor or are otherwise involved in outdoor sports and pursuits, the right insurance policy can make all the difference when the unexpected happens.
By their very nature, outdoor activities such as canoeing, kayaking, climbing, abseiling and mountain biking contain many hazards. Though through careful instruction, precautions and safety equipment it is certainly possible to minimise these hazards to some extent, it will never be possible to eliminate them entirely.
Having an outdoor activity insurance policy that covers you for all eventualities is therefore essential for protecting your livelihood.
Insurance for outdoor activity centres
Having a sufficient level of public liability cover is even more important for outdoor activity centres than it is for other businesses in contact with the public. Even with the most stringent safety measures in place, accidents can happen, and even when it’s unjustified, the blame can land at your feet along with a claim for financial compensation. Having public liability insurance to account for even the most serious of accidents is therefore essential.
Employer’s liability insurance is of course mandatory, and Park Insurance can find insurance for outdoor activity centres that delivers a sufficient level of cover at an affordable price.
Talk to the insurance experts at Park Insurance
Our expert advisors can also arrange all other aspects of your policy for you, to create a tailor-made package suited specifically to your activity centre or freelance business. We can arrange outdoor activity insurance, which will cover your equipment and premises in the event of fire, theft or damage, and also business interruption insurance that will compensate you for any consequent revenues lost.
To discuss your specific needs with one of our expert advisors, and to obtain a free quote without obligation, give Park Insurance a call today.
Thanks for getting in touch this evening, we'll get back to you as soon as we can tomorrow.
From the blog
- Read more