Eyelash Technician Insurance
Public & Product Liability Cover for Eyelash Techs
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Why AUZi's Eyelash Technician Insurance?
Do I Need Insurance as an Eyelash Technician?
We get it, you’ve sourced the best, you were trained by the best, and clearly finished top of the class! But accidents happen. If they do, they can be very costly to you and your business.
Because you’ve already put in all that hard work, we will do the rest for you… almost! We’ve taken the confusing insurance jargon out of it to create a policy specifically for you as an eyelash technician.
What Does AUZi's Lash Tech Insurance Cover?
What can go wrong as an Eyelash Technician?
As you’re dealing with such a delicate area that can be hyper sensitive, personal/bodily injury is literally just a flick away. Here’s a couple of examples highlighting what claims could be brought against you;
At the end of the day, you are dealing with such a delicate area, not to mention people’s self-esteem. Which you’re in the business of boosting! So, we don’t want to mess that up.
Your Dedicated Contacts
Chat live with our Specialist Brokers, Nicole & Tracy by hitting the live chat bar below. Only available during Office hours.
Alternatively, give us a call on 1300 939 698, or email us at email@example.com
Got a Question?
Have a read of some of our Frequently Asked Questions for Eyelash Technicians below;
You must be qualified and accredited to perform Eyelash extension services. You need to ensure you have completed adequate training within Australia from a Registered Training Organisation / RTO.
Our Insurer stipulates that you need to have had a full year of experience before taking out cover with us.
We may be able to cover the retail products under this cover if it is related. Such items are eyelash aftercare kits, Lash brushes, lash shampoo etc.
If you retail any items to resell you must seek our acceptance prior to selling.
No. Unfortunately, this policy is designed for Eyelash Extensions only, it cannot cover any eye tattooing or eyebrow tattooing, or any other tattooing of any kind.
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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.