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CIPFA Insurance Network invites you to a new series of events to update the busy public sector insurance practitioner on key new developments.
This event will include session’s covering the expected implementation of the Civil Liability Act, which will bring in much needed reform in relation to whiplash claims, as well as a new mechanism for calculating the discount rate.
In addition, developments since Grenfell around fire safety in high rise blocks and current insurance position, as well as how authorities can deal with vicarious liability implications of recent case law.
13 February 2019Starts: 09:30Ends: 15:30
CIPFA Mansell Street77 Mansell StreetLondonGreater LondonE1 8AN[See map]
£195.00 excl VAT
£125.00 excl VAT
The afternoon session will cover one of the most important challenges affecting the public sector – the clear recruitment and retention difficulties in a variety of professional and specialist roles. Added to this is the growing use of informal employment (estimated 5 million people are employed in this type of capacity) as part of the 'gig economy'. Public sector organisations need to update themselves on insurance implications, otherwise they may be taking on more responsibility than they and their insurers think.
This workshop is particularly aimed at risk and insurance managers and practitioners in public sector organisations (local authorities, NHS Trusts, higher education, schools, academies and housing associations). It will also support procurement, finance, audit and legal staff who support insurance practitioners, as well as those that are involved in the strategic decision of how to approach risk within the organisation.
By attending the workshop, delegates will:
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Emerging Insurance Issues and Legal Update