Clothing Manufacturers Insurance
Public & Products Liability Insurance for Clothing Manufacturers
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The Clothing Making scene in Australia is booming among hobbyists, self-employed creators to small business storefronts and nationwide stores. Whatever area of the Clothing manufacturer world you’re operating in, insurance is an essential part of running your business. Our Brokers at AUZi have delved into your industry to do their research and grasp a better understanding of your world. With this, they have designed a policy that includes Public and Products Liability Insurance for manufacturers and clothing imports.
Why AUZi's Clothing Manufacturing Insurance?
Why do I need Liability Insurance?
Liability Insurance is designed to protect you against personal injury and property damage to third parties arising from your business activities and the products you sell.
For example One of your customers is trying on a piece of your clothing and during the process trips over and comes crashing down in the change room, causing personal injury. They hold you responsible and send you a letter of demand, with a huge compensation bill attached.
Does this policy include Liability cover for Baby Clothing and Sleepwear?
Yes and Yes. However, you do need to ensure you are meeting Australian Standards. We suggest you take the time to review, the ACCC – Australian Competition & Consumer Commission – Product Safety guidelines here. Remember the onus is on you to determine your legal requirements and ensure you are abiding to these.
What's Covered under AUZi's Clothing Manufacturing Insurance?
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Implications of Cancelling your Product Liability Cover.
Products Liability is an occurrence-based wording. This means, the insurance needs to be in place at the time the incident occurred for there to be a valid claim.
If you cancel your insurance today and an incident is notified and/or occurs tomorrow for a product or service you provided last week, you will not be covered. Read more on this here