During the Covid-19 crisis, we are following UK Government guidance to keep our employees safe and look after our valued clients. Read our articles on support for your business.

You can also help us help your fellow businesses - as well as your favourite charity - at this difficult time by recommending us to someone you feel would benefit from our insurance.

Risk Alert - Safety Guidelines for Firework displays

Safety Guidelines for Fireworks Displays

Bonfires and fireworks events can be popular fundraising opportunities but have the potential to cause damage and serious injury. If your school, charity or organisation is holding a bonfire event, you will need to ensure you follow safety guidelines, and minimise any potential risks to spectators and property.

Employers who are holding a fireworks event must ensure they comply with the requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999. Other health and safety regulations may also apply - this will be dependent on the type of event you intend to hold. The majority of fireworks displays are well organised and occur without incident - careful planning and good practice of health and safety will help minimise any risks.

Read our safety guidelines for managing risk at fireworks events.

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Coronavirus (Covid-19) – Update for Towergate customers


During the COVID-19 Coronavirus crisis, we want to reassure our customers and partners that we are following UK Government guidance,
and as a result our national offices are closed to both safeguard the health of our employees and our ability to look after our valued clients.
Where possible, our employees are working from home and we are still fully able to support with renewals, new cover requirements and
claims guidance and support. This includes giving our colleagues the ability to work from home or alternative locations,
which we hope will limit the disruption and enable you to speak to us for advice and support should you need it.
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