As an electrician you're exposed to risk on a daily basis, and no matter how careful you are or how many years of experience you have, you know better than anyone that accidents happen.
We know that the insurance needs for electricians are specific, and having the right level of cover is not only vital to the financial future of any successful contractor or electrical business, it’s also mandatory in many states. Plus if you buy online you can save up to $100.
If you need to prove you hold an existing SGIC Business Insurance policy, you can request a Certificate of Currency.
If you would like a copy of your policy, you can request a Certificate of Insurance.
If you require we can provide you with a Tax invoice.
When it comes to being an electrician, you know better than anyone the occupational hazards you face everyday - more so than many other profession. Just think about your daily exposure to:
Our insurance for electricians can help to ensure that you won’t be left out of pocket if something goes wrong.
Electricians who work in certain Australian states, such as Queensland, are required to hold a valid public liability insurance policy in order to gain their Electrical Contractors license.
Also, most building and construction companies now have strict public liability insurance requirements before you can work on site.
If you're unable to work due to injury or illness, or your business faced a large liability claim would you still be able to support your family, cover your mortgage payments and pay the bills?
The main benefits of taking out SGIC Tradesman Insurance Policy that helps protect you, your family and your business include:
Including your home in your Business Insurance?
Our Home Key Facts Sheet (KFS) sets out some of the events/risks covered and not covered by our domestic homes listed in Business Insurance policies and other information you should consider. These sheets do not provide a complete statement of the cover offered, exclusions, conditions and limits that apply under the policies. You should carefully read the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) and all policy documentation for more details.