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The latest from Darwin Clayton and the insurance industry.

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  • The Health and Safety Executive – who are they and what do they mean to you?

    July 2019

    Taking the correct measures to make your workplace or site safe is crucial, as failure to do this could leave you open to intervention from the Health and Safety Executive.

  • The impact of noise induced hearing loss claims

    July 2019

    In recent years, the number of Noise Induced Hearing Loss claims has increased by 300% . In the vast majority of these cases, it is alleged that negligent exposure occurred with more than one employer, resulting in solicitors being able to recover additional legal costs at the conclusion of a successful claim.

  • Theft – A proactive approach is the best preventative strategy

    July 2019

     An increase in incidences of theft is currently being seen across the UK, impacting both businesses and individuals. Whether it’s a bicycle or a large piece of construction equipment that’s stolen, being a victim of theft can be extremely distressing, often compounded by the knowledge that there’s only a limited chance of recovering the stolen item.

  • How to make the most of your lunchtime workout

    July 2019

    There may be more benefits of exercising over your lunch break than you think. Get motivated and power through the rest of your day with our Lunchtime Workout Guide.

  • Business risk management: health & safety

    July 2019

    From manufacturing and engineering firms to independent contractors every business needs to be aware of Health & Safety, protect your workers and your projects with these simple H&S improvements.

  • Darwin Clayton is celebrating our 100th anniversary in May 2020

    June 2019

    Darwin Clayton was first established in 1920, in the city of London by Edgar Charles Darwin Clayton who started the company to provide specialist insurances to clients with distinct needs, a mission that continues today, as we enter our 100th year of trading

  • How to make your office an allergy-free zone

    June 2019

    Are you sensitive to dust, pollen and other allergens? Don’t forget that many common allergies can also lurk in your office too. We spoke to Lindsey McManus, Deputy CEO of Allergy UK, and Dr Alasdair Wright to find out some top tips on how to keep your office allergy free.

  • 5 steps you can take to improve productivity in the workplace

    June 2019

    Everyone works differently and whilst some may find they’re on top form after lunch, there may well be others falling asleep at their desks. That’s not to say you can’t do something to help keep productivity going throughout the whole working day, though. Here, we look at 5 small changes you can make to help keep your employees motivated until home time.

  • Keep your home secure this summer

    June 2019

    The promise of a sunny day brings with it a high state of excitement and relaxation in a country where the summer months don’t come with a guarantee of hot weather. Dusty barbeques are dragged out of sheds, picnics are back, and windows and doors are thrown open to welcome the summer breeze.

  • Join the #BeatPlasticPollution revolution for World Environment Day

    June 2019

    Single use plastics are killing our wildlife. If you can’t reuse it, refuse it. Explore the issues we face and how to #BeatPlasticPollution

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