All Risk Insurance
All risk insurance is a type of property or casualty insurance policy that covers any peril, as long as the contract does not specifically exclude it from coverage.
Contractor’s All Risk Insurance policies typically consist of three coverage parts. Part I provides coverage for damage to the project under construction and for materials and equipment that are destined for incorporation into the project, including items in storage and in transit to the site. Part II provides liability insurance for third-party bodily injury (BI) and property damage (PD) arising out of the construction operations. Part III is an optional coverage for losses arising out of a delay in start-up (DSU) due to an insured loss. Covered parties include the project owner, general contractor, subcontractors, and in some cases suppliers of materials and equipment.
Erection All Risk Insurance policies are designed to cover the risk of loss arising out of the erection and installation of machinery, plant and steel structures, including physical damage to the contract works, equipment and machinery, and liability for third-party bodily injury (BI) or property damage (PD) arising out of these operations. Coverage for delay in start-up (DSU) costs is typically an optional coverage. Covered parties include the general contractor, subcontractors, and in some cases suppliers and manufacturers of equipment. Examples of the types of projects for which EAR coverage is typically purchased include power plants, manufacturing
Benefits at a glance
- 1Financial security.
- 2Education Savings with life cover.
- 3Accident & Disability cover.
- 4Flexible investment options.