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What does your business do?

If you can’t see a close enough match for what your business does, or it does more than one thing, please get in touch.

What type of engineering do you do?

If you can’t see a close enough match for what your business does, or it does more than one thing, please get in touch.

What type of shop do you have?

What type of café do you have?

What type of work do you do?

If you can’t see a close enough match for what you do, please get in touch.

What type of work do you do?

If you can’t see a close enough match for what you do, please get in touch.

What type of work do you do?

If you can’t see a close enough match for what you do, please get in touch.

What type of consulting do you do?

If you can’t see a close enough match for what your business does, or it does more than one thing, please get in touch.

What’s your business’s annual turnover?

Also called ‘income’, ‘revenue’ or ‘earnings’, this is how much money your business brings in in a year.

We need this to work out what your insurance costs. It’s a guide to how much work your business does and therefore how much risk it faces.

The figure from your last full year’s trading is best, excluding VAT. If your business is less than a year old, or you’re just starting out, your best guess is fine.

How much of your £ turnover comes from selling to the USA and Canada?

If you're selling in the USA, we'll automatically add Amazon.com Services LLC as an additional insured on your product liability insurance and provide a certificate to confirm.

What cover do you need?

What cover do you need?

Including you, how many people work in your business?

The Health and Safety Executive considers these as people who work in your business ('employees'):

  • Unpaid volunteers and interns
  • Work experience students
  • Labour only subcontractors
  • Temps
  • Secondees
  • Apprentices
  • Helpers
  • Staff borrowed from other companies

Note: even if someone is self-employed for tax purposes, they might be classed as an employee for other reasons. For example, if you use freelancers but you dictate where and when they work, and provide their equipment, you could be liable for their welfare. Even though they're not, strictly speaking, employees you might need employers’ liability insurance to cover them.

Including you, how many practitioners in your business do you wish to cover under this policy?

Including you, how many of those who work in your business do you wish to cover under this policy?

What’s your annual wage bill?

This is the total amount of money your business pays out in salaries, wages and bonuses in a financial year. It should include your salary, if you take one, but not any dividends you pay to yourself or anyone else.

If you’re a new business, base it on an estimate for the next twelve months.

Do you design and build websites or apps that have to comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI/DSS)?

Do you need an ACCA, ICAEW, ICAI or ICAS approved policy?

Membership of these associations usually means your insurance needs an approved policy wording. Answer 'Yes' and we'll make sure yours has.

Is any of your work in relation to pollution or contamination?

Is your business limited to the following activities?

  • Energy assessments for residential properties
  • Energy assessments for commercial properties
  • Ecological consultants

Is your business limited to the following activities?

  • Building services (including mechanical)
  • Electrical inspections
  • Portable appliance testing
  • Feasibility studies
  • Expert witness
  • Heating, ventilation and air conditioning engineering
  • Planning supervision

Are you, or any of your principals a chartered surveyor?

How much experience do you have as an estate/letting agent?

Is your business limited to the following activities?

  • Residential estate agency (excluding any property management)
  • Residential lettings (excluding any property management)
  • Insurance and IFA commissions (introductions to third parties only)
  • Expert witness

Is your business limited to the following activities?

  • Health and safety audits
  • Drafting health and safety policies
  • Fire risk assessments
  • Health and safety training

Do you work outside the UK?

Answer ‘Yes’ if you ever travel to other countries to work. Also answer ‘Yes’ if you work for clients based outside the UK or on contracts written under non-UK law.

Do you work outside the EU?

If you sometimes travel to non-EU or non-European countries to work, answer ‘Yes’.

Also answer ‘Yes’ if you work under non-EU law contracts
– even if you do the work in the UK or EU.

How much of your turnover comes from working in each of these locations?

Work out roughly what percentage of your annual turnover you generate in each of the areas listed. This is the geographical area you work in - we'll ask for the laws your contracts are governed by in the next question.

United Kingdom
Ireland
Europe (excluding UK and Ireland)
USA & Canada
Rest of the world
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Please give us an idea of how much work you do where. Make sure the total adds up to 100%. If you do all of your work in one geographical area only, make that figure 100% and leave everything else as 0%.

How much of your turnover comes from contracts subject to the laws of these jurisdictions?

We need to know which country’s laws the work you do is governed by. Contracts are sometimes written under one country’s laws while the actual work is carried out elsewhere.

Work out roughly what percentage of your annual turnover comes from contracts written under the laws of each of the areas listed.

United Kingdom
Ireland
Europe (excluding UK and Ireland)
USA & Canada
Rest of the world
Total
0 %

Please make sure the total adds up to 100%. If you do all of your work under the laws of one area only, make that figure 100% and leave everything else as 0%.

What's your largest US or Canadian law contract?

We need your largest fee income from a US or Canadian law contract

Do you offer any beauty treatments that aren’t listed below?

  • Temporary hair removal and bleaching
  • Hairdressing and barbering
  • Makeup (excluding semi-permanent makeup) and spray tan applications
  • Nail extensions and treatments
  • Eyelash and eyebrow treatments
  • Facials
  • Facial peels (glycolic under 40% strength)
  • Body wrapping
  • Ear piercing
  • Massage
  • Electrolysis for hair removal and thread vein treatment

Please answer 'No' if all your beauty activities are in this list.

Do you have at least an NVQ Level 3 in hair and beauty treaments or equivalent?

If you're not sure your training is recognised as at least NVQ Level 3, check with your trainer.

Do you offer any beauty treatments that aren’t in this additional list?

Important: all therapists performing these treatments must have at least an NVQ Level 3 in hair and beauty treatments or equivalent. If you're not sure your training is recognised as at least NVQ Level 3, check with your trainer.

  • Microblading
  • Dermaplaning
  • Microdermabrasion
  • Hyperdermabrasion
  • Micro-pigmentation
  • Semi-permanent makeup
  • Mesotherapy via microneedling
    (including dermaroller, dermapen and dermastamp)
  • Hydrafacial
  • Electrical facial treatments including CACI
  • LED light therapy (Dermalux)

Please answer 'No' if all your advanced beauty activities are in this list.

Do you perform any injectable treatments?

If yes, we'll restart this quote to cover "Aesthetics" treatments.

Are you looking to only cover performing (or prescribing for) cosmetic treatments?

If yes, we'll restart this quote to cover "Aesthetics" treatments.

Are all procedures performed by a surgeon, doctor, registered nurse, pharmacist, paramedic, dentist, dental therapist or dental hygienist?

What does your organisation do?

Please click on the expanding categories below and tick as many boxes as you need to.

If you’re not sure what to tick, or you can’t see what you do, call 0345 222 5399.

What do you sell?

Please tick as many boxes as you need to.

If you’re not sure what to tick, check here for a list of the goods by category we can (green section) and can’t (red section) cover.

Do you sell any toiletries, cosmetics or beauty products, which:

  • Are manufactured, altered, rebranded, white labelled or treated by you?
  • Are not sourced from a reputable, solvent supplier based in the UK or EU?
  • Do not comply with The Cosmetic Products (Safety) Regulations 2008 and any successor legislation?

Do you sell any toys or children’s products/equipment, which:

  • You’ve manufactured, altered or repaired yourself?
  • Are not brand new?
  • Do not comply with The Toys (Safety) Regulations 2011?
  • Are not either:
    • Entirely made within the UK/EU; or
    • Sourced from a reputable, solvent supplier based in the UK/EU?

Do you sell any electrical appliances or computer equipment, which:

  • Are not brand new?
  • Are not either:
    • Entirely made within the UK/EU; or
    • Sourced from a reputable, solvent supplier based in the UK/EU?

What’s the largest single fee you’ve charged a client in the last 3 years?

What’s the total value of the largest project you’ve worked on in the last 3 years?

We need the total cost of the whole project, not just the part you worked on.

What has been your average contract value in the last three years?

As in the average £ value of the contract to you.

What has been your longest contract in the last three years?

What is the value of your largest mailing contract?

This is the total value to your client, rather than the amount they're paying you. The insurer is looking for an idea of worst-case scenario if it all goes wrong and you're liable.

What is the size of your largest mailing contract by number of items mailed?

More about your business

Please tick as many boxes as you need to.

If you’re not sure what to tick, or you can’t see what you do, call 0345 561 0320.

More about your business

Please say, roughly, how you split your work.

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Do you hold an NVQ Level 3 or equivalent beauty qualification?

We accept qualifications in Beauty Therapy which sit within the RQF Level 3 (Regulated Qualifications Framework). Examples of qualifications sitting within the RQF Level 3 are Level 3 National Vocational Qualifications (NVQ’s) and Level 3 Diploma’s in Beauty Therapy. Qualifications must be from City and Guilds, VTCT, ITEC, CIDESCO, CIBTAC or any other awarding body regulated by OFQUAL.

We will also accept overseas qualifications in Beauty Therapy where the practitioner has obtained a Statement of Comparability from UK ENIC (formerly NARIC) showing that their qualification is comparable to RQF level 3.

Do you have at least 12 months experience in advanced beauty treatments which pierce the skin (eg. micro-needling)?

Have you completed a Pathway/Fast Track course with a syllabus that includes all of the following?

  • Anatomy & Physiology Level 3 or higher
  • Practical training carried out on at least 4 live models
  • Contra-indications and contra-actions
  • Record keeping
  • Benefits of products, disposal of waste products
  • Observation of hygiene and safety practices
  • Pre-treatment, aftercare advice, client consultation and consent process
  • Organisational and legal requirements

Have you completed a VTCT Diploma Level 3 in Anatomy & Physiology, and have at least 6 months of advanced beauty experience in treatments that pierce the skin (eg. micro-needling, semi-permanent makeup, phlebotomy)?

Do you have insurance with, or a quote from, Beazley?

What cover do you need?

We recommend a package of cover for anyone performing aesthetic treatments that includes:

  • Medical malpractice and professional indemnity insurance Mistakes, misunderstandings and client complaints
  • Public liability insurance Personal injuries and property damage

Are there any other covers you'd like to include in your quote?

What level of cover do you need for your medical malpractice/professional indemnity insurance?

This is the maximum the policy will pay out for all claims and expenses in a policy year.

What's the total value of your business property in each of these categories?

General contents
Computers
Portable equipment

What's the highest band of treatment you provide?

The insurer we've selected will cover treatments you're qualified to perform from the selected band, and all lower bands.

The full list of treatments you're covered for will be included with your quote.

Please select the highest band of treatment you offer, eg. if you offer Botox, pick Band 5.

  • Band 5 - Beauty Advanced with Injectables
    • Injectables including facial skin needling
    • Non Invasive Vaccum Therapy excluding genitalia (BBL)
    • Treatments from all all lower bands
  • Band 4 - Beauty Advanced with Lasers
    • Laser (Ablative) / IPL for hair removal skin types 1-6
    • Treatments from all all lower bands
  • Band 3 - Beauty Advanced
    • Microsclerotherapy/Sclerotherapy
    • Plasma Technology
    • Thread Lifting (Dissolvable)
    • Treatments from all all lower bands
  • Band 2 - Beauty General
    • Consultations/E-Consultations (including Health, Wellness, Sexual, Mental Health & Lifestyle)
    • Sunbeds
    • Acoustic Wave Therapy
    • Facial Skin Needling and Non invasive Pen/applicator (hand held)
    • Topical application for face and body including Chemical Peels up to 50%
    • Laser (Non Ablative) / Electrical Current Therapy excluding genitalia
    • Micropigmentation/Microblading/Scalp Miropigmentation/Tricopigmentation and SPMU
    • Non Invasive Freezing Therapy (Aesthetic)
    • Benign removal skin blemish/Non-cancerous moles/Non-suspicious moles/skin tags/Cysts/wart/milia, Campbell de Morgan spots, Verrucas, Toe nail fungus, Superficial Vascular Lesions, Keloid scars, Lentigo, Seborrheic/Actinic Keratoses, Dermatofibromas and Lipomas removal
    • Pain Relief via Topical application
    • Phlebotomy
    • PRF/PRP for Facial/Neck/Scalp/Shoulder/Back/Abdomen rejuvenation
    • Radio Frequency Treatments (excluding Genitalia)
    • Skin consultations excluding skin cancer
    • Syringing
    • Diathermy
    • Thermo Coagulation
    • Ultrasound Therapy excluding Genitalia
    • Training Other professionals
    • Treatments from lower band
  • Band 1 - Beauty & Complementary Therapies
    • Complementary Therapies (eg. Accupuncture, Aromatherapy, Art Therapy...)
    • Dermal roller
    • Dermaplaning
    • Facials
    • Hairdressing, Barbering
    • Makeup
    • Massage
    • Nails
    • Piercing
    • Spray tan
    • Waxing, Threading, Sugaring
    • Yoga

Not including those used in your treatments, what's the total value of skincare products you sell in a year?

This should include all skincare products, including commonly sold items like cleansers, moisturisers, serums, sunscreens, exfoliators, toners, masks, eye creams, spot treatments, and lip care, across all retail channels — online, clinic, or home sales.

If skincare product sales are not part of your business, please select 'Less than £5,000'.

Do you operate as a sole trader / sole practitioner?

Please also answer ‘yes’ if you’re registered as a limited company but are a ‘sole practitioner’ working independently for yourself.

Do you provide treatments on a mobile basis or from a rented room or chair within a clinic?

Do you operate as an individual and/or a sole trader?

Do you operate as an individual and/or a sole trader?

What cover do you need?

How much cover do you need?

Please choose an amount. This is the maximum your insurer will pay for all claims on this cover in a policy year.

Are you qualified and/or certified to perform your business activities?

Do you do any of the following?

  • aesthetic or cosmetic procedures
  • medical services to professional sports individuals or elite athletes
  • birthing, obstetric or fetal scanning activities
  • surgery other than the removal of non-cancerous moles, skin tags, cysts, milia or warts
  • treatments relating to clinical trials
  • call handling for 111 (this does not include referrals received from a 111 service provider)
  • out of hours or remote services without access to a General Medical Council (GMC) registered general practitioner or a General Dental Council (GDC) registered dentist at all times

The policy we'd like to quote does not cover claims from these activities.

Please tell us which of these activities you do, and if you would like us to provide cover for that activity

  • aesthetic or cosmetic procedures
  • medical services to professional sports individuals or elite athletes
  • birthing, obstetric or fetal scanning activities
  • surgery other than the removal of non-cancerous moles, skin tags, cysts, milia or warts
  • treatments relating to clinical trials
  • call handling for 111 (this does not include referrals received from a 111 service provider)
  • out of hours or remote services without access to a General Medical Council (GMC) registered general practitioner or a General Dental Council (GDC) registered dentist at all times

Do you place any of the following?

  • Medical staff
  • Nurses
  • Care workers
  • Domiciliary care staff
  • Light manual staff (warehouse/gangmasters)
  • Rail staff

You can be held responsible for errors or damages caused by the people you place. This is called 'vicarious liability'. Clicking 'Yes' means you're protected if a client sues you for something that's not directly your fault.

Do you want your insurance to cover both yours and your placements' negligence?

Do you want your insurance to cover physical damage caused by both you and your placements?

What is the total annual payroll for staff that you place?

Do you agree to use non-standard contracts?

Among other things, it's likely a non-standard contract asks for you to be responsible for people or activities outside your normal scope. Your best bet is to check the non-standard clauses and call us on 0345 561 0320 if you're not sure.

What percentage of your total fee income relates to non-standard contracts?

What percentage of your total placed payroll relates to non-standard contracts?

Are all staff placed in office-based clerical, IT, professional, retail or teaching positions?

Please split your business’s annual turnover between the following activities:

Also called ‘income’, ‘revenue’ or ‘earnings’, this is how much money your business brings in in a year. It should include the total wage bill you handle for any placed staff on your payroll.

Temporary staffing
Permanent placements
Consultancy services
Total annual turnover
£0

We need this to work out what your insurance costs. It’s a guide to how much work your business does and therefore how much risk it faces.

The figure from your last full year’s trading is best, excluding VAT. If your business is less than a year old, or you’re just starting out, your best guess is fine.

Not counting the staff you place, how many people work in your business?

Include yourself, all directors, partners, and your own office-based staff.

Don't include the personnel you're supplying in this number.

The Health and Safety Executive considers these as people who work in your business ('employees'):

  • Unpaid volunteers and interns
  • Work experience students
  • Labour only subcontractors
  • Temps
  • Secondees
  • Apprentices
  • Helpers
  • Staff borrowed from other companies

Note: even if someone is self-employed for tax purposes, they might be classed as an employee for other reasons. For example, if you use freelancers but you dictate where and when they work, and provide their equipment, you could be liable for their welfare. Even though they're not, strictly speaking, employees you might need employers’ liability insurance to cover them.

Not counting the staff you place, what’s your annual wage bill?

This is the total amount of money your business pays out in salaries, wages and bonuses in a financial year to its own office-based staff. It should include your salary, if you take one, but not any dividends you pay to yourself or anyone else.

Don't include the wage bill of the personnel you're supplying in this number.

If you’re a new business, base it on an estimate for the next twelve months.

Which categories of personnel do you place?

Tick as many as applicable.

What's the total annual wage bill of all personnel you place in these roles?

Medical, nursing or care
Domiciliary care
Supported living
Clerical (white collar activities)
IT - hardware installation/maintenance
IT - consultancy/data entry
Light manual (warehouse/gangmasters)
Heavy manual (construction)
Driving
Safety critical rail
Offshore (oil, rigs)
Other
Total placed wage bill
£0

Please describe briefly the 'other' roles you place:

When placing temporary personnel are terms of business used?

‘Terms of business’ is a document that outlines what’s been agreed between you and your client. It manages expectations and sets out a framework for the service you’ll deliver. It forms the basis of your relationship with your client and helps minimise conflicts and misunderstandings.

Is the supervision, direction and control of placed personnel always the responsibility of your client?

Ask yourself who’s in charge of your workers when they’re on a placement. Who tells them what to do?

If there are any circumstances in which you, the agency, are responsible for this, answer no.

It's important for agencies to communicate clearly with their clients about roles and responsibilities. Make clear who’ll be responsible for the supervision, direction, and control of placed personnel, and put it into your terms of business.

If your agency bears responsibility for the supervision, direction and control of your workers, you may be held liable if there’s a problem with their work.

How many years has your business been trading?

Are you currently insured?

What's the name of your current insurer?

What's your retroactive date?

This can be found on your current insurance documents.

What level of cover do you need for professional indemnity insurance?

What level of cover do you need for public liability insurance?

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) typically requires organisations they regulate to maintain public liability insurance with a minimum level of cover of £5 million.

Have you or any of your directors or partners:

  • In the past 10 years, been declared bankrupt or insolvent either in a personal capacity or in connection with a business liability.
  • Been disqualified from acting as a director of a limited company or member of a limited liability partnership.
  • Been convicted of, or charged with, a criminal offence other than a conviction spent under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974.
  • Had an insurance policy cancelled by the insurer.
  • Ever suffered any claim or loss that would fall within the scope of this insurance.

Please tell us why you answered ‘Yes’ to this question

Have you or any of your directors or partners:

  • In the past 10 years, been declared bankrupt or insolvent either in a personal capacity or in connection with a business liability.
  • Been disqualified from acting as a director of a limited company or member of a limited liability partnership.
  • Been convicted of, or charged with, a criminal offence other than a conviction spent under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974.
  • Had an insurance policy cancelled by the insurer.
  • Ever suffered any insurance claim or loss against your business.

Are you or any partner/director a member of RICS?

We need to know so we can give you a policy that’s RICS-approved, as that’s a condition of your membership. RICS membership also requires a minimum level of professional indemnity cover, based on your income.

When did your business start trading?

If your business started trading before 2010, we’ll have to have a quick chat. Please call us on 0345 561 0320

Do any of your past, current or planned contracts involve basement works?

Answer 'yes' if past or current work includes consultancy on, or actual design/engineering of, basements. If there's a chance future contracts could include basement work but don't as yet, answer 'no' for now and get in touch if things change. We'll ask your insurer to review your policy if and when the time comes.

Also answer 'no' if past projects involved properties with a basement but your work wasn't in relation to it.

Are you an individual contractor working as part of an organisation’s broader workforce under their supervision, direction and control with all work signed off by a permanent member of staff?

Do you sell, supply, make, install, repair or service any products?

In this context, a 'product' is a physical thing (like, say, a chair) rather than something less tangible (like, say, computer software). If you're not sure how to answer, please call 0345 561 0320.

Roughly how much of your annual income is from selling, supplying, making, repairing or servicing products?

What’s your business called?

We need your business's full legal name or the name you trade under.

This will go on your policy documents.

State your own name in full, along with your trading name - eg. Jane Smith trading as JS Beauty

This will go on your policy documents.

Sole traders – state your name in full. Include your trading name if you have one, eg John Smith trading as John Smith Photography.

Firms and partnerships – state all names in full, eg John Smith and Joan Smith trading as Smith Photography. Include 'LLP' if your firm is one.

Limited companies – state your full company name, including the word ‘Limited’ or Ltd’. Note that limited companies can’t ‘trade as’, eg John Smith trading as John Smith Photography Limited.

What’s your business address?

This should be the place you usually work from.
Or enter address manually
Please enter a postcode

This could be your home address or an office address. If you move from client to client or you like to work in various shared spaces, your permanent correspondence address is best.

If you need a quote for office contents, computers, public or employers' liability, buildings or business interruption insurance, we’ll need the place your things are permanently kept and/or where you and your people work.

If you need to split cover between addresses, please call us.

Sorry, but we can only cover UK-based businesses.

Do you need £5 million or more of professional indemnity insurance?

Some contracts ask for a specific level of cover. Knowing this helps us provide you with the most suitable insurance.

Do you have more than one address that you need to insure?

Please tell us the addresses you need to insure:

What’s your annual gross profit at this location?

We'll use this as the limit of the business interruption cover.

How much cover do you need for property damage?

Include full rebuild costs of your building and value of all contents and fittings.

What’s your name?

What’s your phone number?

We won’t pass on or sell your number to anyone and we only call if we have to.

Your home, business or mobile number is fine. Please remember we need the dialling code too.

Generally, we don't call our customers unless there's a problem with their policy.

Just so you know, we're not interested in selling or passing on your phone number to third parties (except where the law says we have to).

What’s your email address?

For sending your quote and reminders. We don’t share or spam.

Where possible, we do everything by email. We'll send your quote – and your policy documents if you decide to buy – to the email address you give us.

And finally, did a PolicyBee customer give you our details?

Please tell us who

We need their name or their business name. You both get £20 if you buy your insurance from us – we call it Pass It On.

Does your organisation have assets, travel or undertake any activities outside of the UK?

If you answered 'yes', we may still be able to help, but we'll need to have a chat first. Please call us on 0345 222 5399.

Do you require cover for claims relating to abuse?

Answer ‘Yes’ if your organisation has contact with children and/or vulnerable adults.

How many people work with you or help you out?

Full-time employees
Part-time employees
Trustees
Volunteers

Include everyone who helps out in the course of a year and divide them into:

  • paid full-time or part-time employees
  • unpaid trustees and volunteers

The Health and Safety Executive considers all the following to be employees in terms of their welfare:

  • Apprentices
  • Freelancers, if you provide their equipment and dictate when and where they work
  • Interns
  • Labour-only subcontractors
  • Secondees
  • Staff borrowed from other companies
  • Temps
  • Trustees and directors
  • Volunteers
  • Work experience students

Is your main role to process and handle financial services complaints?

Are you involved in construction project management?

Are you involved in construction health & safety?

Do you need to cover any architectural design work?

Do you provide training for beauty treatments?

Do you provide training for injectables?

If yes, we'll restart this quote to cover "Aesthetics" treatments. If no, we'll restart this quote to cover beauty treatments.

Do you provide sports and fitness training?

If yes, we'll restart this quote to cover you as a "Personal Trainer".

Do you do any bookkeeping?

Answer 'yes' and we'll restart your quote so you're covered for bookkeeping work too.

Are you looking to cover multiple teachers?

If yes, we'll restart this quote to cover a "Dance Studio".

Do you want cover for your practice?

How many dentists and hygienists work in your practice?

Dentists
Dental hygienists

Do all dental professionals (except dental nurses) working in your practice hold their own medical malpractice insurance?

Roughly how much of your time do you spend on each of these activities?

General Dentistry
Cosmetic Dentistry
Implantology
Sinus Lift
General Anaesthetic
Maxillofacial Surgery
Botulinum Toxin and Derma Fillers
Dental Hygienist
Endodontics
Orthodontics
Periodontal Treatment
Zygomatic Implants
Bone Graft
Other
(please explain at end of form)
Total
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Please give your GDC registration number(s):

Do you:

  • Have a Letter of Good Standing dated within the last 90 days
  • Keep client records, including details of services provided, for at least five years
  • Hold a recognised professional qualification and have relevant experience to undertake your activities

What is your company status?

Have you ever been or are you currently subject to any complaints, claims, disciplinary investigations or circumstances which could lead to a claim either in the UK or overseas?

Do you provide any treatments for celebrities?

What level of cover do you need for medical malpractice insurance?

Do you require cover for GDC investigations?

What level of cover do you need for GDC investigations?

Have you:

  • Carried out a detailed risk assessment for your business to identify and minimise the risks posed by Covid 19 by implementing required changes
  • Got a process in place to regularly check and update your COVID-19 procedures in line with the frequent changes to the COVID-19 guidance issued by Public Health England

Do you:

  • Ensure that all relevant PPE will be used in line with COVID-19 guidance issued by either Public Health England
  • Ensure you are carrying out all pre-treatment protocols relating to COVID-19, including obtaining informed written consent from any patient that they are happy for the treatment to be undertaken

Are you responsible for taking any swab samples or testing for COVID-19?

Please tell us any other relevant information:

Please tell us any other relevant information

Do you currently hold professional indemnity cover? If so, how long and what is the current retroactive date on your policy?

What level of cover do you require for the professional indemnity cover?

How many visitors do you get each year?

Do you undertake any work away from your premises at any third party location?

What percentage of your turnover is derived from working away from your premises at third party locations?

Are you directly responsible for the provision of any food and drink to members of the public (this does not include the use of any third party caterers)?

Do you provide any care, or overnight services or one-to-one services to children and / or adults at risk?

Children and adults ‘at risk’ are those who may not be able to take care of themselves, or protect themselves from harm or exploitation. They may be in need of community care services due to their environment, mental health issues, learning or physical disability, sensory impairment, age or illness.

Do you undertake or supervise any manual work, other than collection or delivery?

By manual work we mean using power tools, machinery, vehicles, or anything that needs a 'hands-on' approach. If you're not sure, please call us.

Do subcontractors or consultants carry out work on your behalf?

How much have you paid to subcontractors in the last 12 months?

Do you host, co-ordinate or organise any events?

Are you based in the UK and a UK resident?

Are you looking to cover your social media presence and related activities?

What is the largest number of followers you have on any one social media account?

Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, TikTok - most followers!

Have you worked with a talent manager, media lawyer or other suitably qualified professional to develop a process to ensure that your posts do not infringe a third party’s rights, including their intellectual property rights and rights to privacy, or contain potentially defamatory content?

What cover do you need?

What's the replacement value of your equipment?

Please enter the total cost of ALL your equipment.

Note that this insurance is 'new for old'. The figure you enter should be the cost to replace everything as new, not its current value or how much you paid.

Roughly how much of your £ income is from each activity listed below?

Personal and public appearances, media interviews and press conferences
Services as an influencer promoting third party products or services via social media
Brand ambassador, promotional services or product endorsements not through social media
Monetisation of a YouTube channel
Public speaking, seminars and guest lectures
Work as a commentator, presenter, podcaster, pundit or similar
Guest writer or columnist
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Do you solely do public speaking, seminars and guest lectures?

If yes, we'll restart this quote to cover "Public Speaking" instead of social media influencing.

Click back, or no, to revise your activities.

What are your social media handles?

Do any of your social media posts you have published to date exceed 1 million views?

Are your social media posts ever created on your behalf?

How many personal or public appearances, media interviews, or press conferences do you make a year?

What format do the appearances take?

Tick as many as applicable.

What is the nature of the content you speak about?

How many public speaking, seminar, guess lecture engagements do you participate in per year?

What is the nature of the content you speak about?

Have you ever undertaken media training?

How many current brands and customers do you currently provide promotional services for?

What is the value of your average contract?

Do you promote, advertise or endorse any of the following products: alcohol, medication, vitamins or supplements?

Please tell us about the products (alcohol, medication, vitamins or supplements) and how you're promoting or endorsing them.

Are you producing articles for your own blog?

Please provide your blog web address

If you provide guest writing and/or columnist services for others, please list the publications you provide services to

Are all your guest posts/articles reviewed and published by the owner of the publication/website you’re providing the service for?

Do you have any plans to produce any own branded merchandise or products?

Do you only ever commence work for others after you have entered into a signed contract?

Do you do any work under contracts subject to the laws of the USA or Canada?

We need to know whether any of the work you do is governed by USA/Canadian laws. Contracts are sometimes written under one country’s laws while the actual work is carried out elsewhere.

How much of your £ annual income is from contracts subject to the laws of the USA or Canada?

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