Managing non-warranty risks on your sites

LABC Warranty is part of HSB, a specialist insurer in the UK and Ireland which is part of HSB. HSB is part of Munich Re, one of the world’s leading providers of reinsurance, primary insurance and insurance-related risk solutions.

As a provider of insurance in many fields, including construction and engineering, one of the key focus areas for HSB is risk management and risk reduction.

To better serve LABC Warranty customers in approaching non-warranty related risks on their sites, HSB have made the materials on this page available to you free of charge*.

Download and use these guides at your leisure.

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Best practice for risk management

These items are distinct from the warranty advice that LABC Warranty will give you on site – some of the advice in these documents might overlap with the guidance that you would see in the Good Practice Guide.

However, this guidance is distinct from the warranty-specific technical guidance from the advice that your LABC Warranty risk management surveyor will provide on-site.

If you are in any doubt about your obligations under your warranty, don’t hesitate to contact your risk management surveyor or account manager. 

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More about HSB

HSB’s specialist underwriting in the UK and Ireland covers a broad range of risks including construction, cyber, computer, equipment breakdown and energy efficiency.

Built on a foundation of specialist insurance, engineering and technology, HSB is a global provider with over 150 years of technical risk knowledge and experience that sets the standard for excellence worldwide. Part of Munich Re, HSB is rated A++ (Superior) by A.M. Best Company.  

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*The guidance in this document refers to industry best practice loss control advice. Adoption of the advice contained within this document does not imply compliance with industry, statutory or HSB guidelines, nor does it guarantee that losses will not occur.

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