Underwriting Agencies of Australia (UAA) has thrown its full support behind the Dig Deep Event, a construction industry fundraiser organised by CRE Group to raise $1 million for mental health awareness within the industry.
New digs in Newcastle for UAA National Claims and NSW Underwriting teams.
The Central Coast Academy of Sport (CCAS), in partnership with Underwriting Agencies Australia (UAA) has developed the Indigenous Talent Identification Program for athletes of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent designed to encourage an active lifestyle and provide assistance in advancing opportunities in sport.
UAA working with the industry to help mitigate risk.
When crane hire companies are faced with the prospect of lifting expensive loads it is important for them to comply with the correct and required levels of insurance to manage the project. Read more
The crane industry is no different to any industry sector. As a result of the continued COVID crisis, there has been an increase of stress and strain on operations which has lead to more crane accidents.
A continued rise in crane accidents is driving change throughout the insurance sector, says UAA. Read more
The frequency of cyber-crime events is growing exponentially, year on year and it and it is a fallacy for crane hire companies to think they are immune to a cyber-attack. Cranes and Lifting reports. Read more
Underwriting Agencies Australia (UAA) invited the chairman of the Singapore Cranes Association (SCA), Jimmy Chua and his colleague, Akbar Kader, to attend the CICA Conference and Exhibition. It was a fact-finding trip providing both with a better understanding of how the crane sector works in Australia. Read more
Insurance, like most other aspects of the crane industry, is based on traditional business values. It makes a difference when you have a proactive and experienced insurance broker working on your behalf with the right insurance underwriter. Read more