Welcome to Dunsby Associates Insurance Brokers Limited
Dunsby Associates are recognised as a leading independent insurance broker handling risk management and insurance solutions across a wide variety of services and industries.
Our team are highly experienced and skilled, working with a wide variety of business sectors and have full access to the UK insurance market which will enable us to design an innovative programme of protection for you.
The team will look to develop a strong professional relationship with people throughout your organisation. They are always accessible and happy to provide advice at any time. Attention to detail is key to our service delivery, our specialist team of Brokers and Risk Managers will provide a wide range of carefully designed services across all industries.
We adopt an entrepreneurial approach to the challenges that our clients face and are committed to the delivery of practical solutions. We have a dedicated Technical Claims Resource to manage any claims, providing assistance and advice to ensure any impact on you and your business is kept to a minimum.
Based in the heart of the city centre, we have strong links within the Birmingham Business Community and work closely with a number of professions along with business partners who have similar business ethos to develop introductions on a reciprocal basis.
The United Kingdom stopped being a member of the European Union on the 31st January 2020. Until the end of 2020 this year, the old rules on for travel in the EU still applied. However, new rules will take effect from the 1st January 2021, including the documents you’ll need to carry when driving in Europe. Please see below for more information about this. Here’s what you need to know.[...]
As businesses are now encouraged to return to work there are obviously many considerations for both employer and employee. Our recent bulletin covered the re-opening of premises after the period of lockdown and offered a series of recommended property checks to help a smooth return to operations. The working environment needs to be carefully considered and new safe systems implemented to allow for the likes of social distancing, hygiene and cleaning facilities etc.
During the exceptional circumstances presented by the Covid-19 outbreak, Engineering Inspection Service Providers have had to carefully consider the delivery of their service taking account of HSE guidelines, the available resource along with the safeguarding of their employees. Many of the providers also sought to prioritise their work in support of essential services and this will lead to delays in inspecting plant and equipment which could mean some plant not being certified.[...]
Following Sundays address by The Prime Minister the Country is preparing itself for the phased release from lockdown, those who have not been able to go to work will now start to return. When leaving the premises some weeks ago there was plenty to consider when preparing for a lockdown and in many ways there is a lot more to consider when returning to a working environment.
In conjunction with Health & Safety consultants and key insurer partners we have put together some useful information to help Employers identify and manage the risks associated with returning to a different environment.[...]