Insurance for Construction Business

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Type of Companies

Renovation Contractor,

Builders and Contractors Offices,

Builders and Contractors Storage Sheds,

Precast Concrete Component Mfg.,

Brick and Stone Layers and Concreters,

Building Equipment Installation,

Carpenters and Woodworkers,

Electricians,

Fire Protection and Security Alarm Installation,

Glaziers,

Painters & Decorators,

Plumbing Trades,

Heating and Airconditioning Trades,

Roofing Contractors,

Specialist Building Installation Services,

Tilers and Plasterers.

As a platform, SGWica.info connects you with the right person for Construction.

Friendly and professional insurance representative who can advise you across as many as 17 insurers.

WICA insurance for your full or part time employees, interns, local and foreign workers.

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What are the Steps to get WICA Insurance for Construction?

1. Fill in your basic details in the contact form

2. A professional insurance rep will contact you

3. Discuss your needs

4. Meet up with the insurance rep (online or offline)

5. Application process

6. Payment

Other Types of Insurance

Renovation insurance
Machinery all risks insurance
Erection all risks (EAR)
Contractors all risks – Building construction
Trade credit insurance
Commercial package insurance
Public liability insurance
Property insurance
Business interruption insurance


Commercial auto insurance
Professional liability insurance
Director and officers insurance
Data breach or cyber insurance
Group insurance
FWMI
Security bond

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What If

Falls from heights: Workers can fall from scaffolding, ladders, roofs, or other elevated surfaces, leading to injuries such as fractures, head injuries, or spinal cord injuries.


Struck by falling objects: Tools, equipment, or materials can fall from heights and strike workers below, causing head injuries, lacerations, or broken bones.


Caught in or between objects: Workers may become trapped or crushed between heavy machinery, materials, or structures, resulting in severe injuries or fatalities.


Electrical accidents: Electric shocks, burns, or electrocution can occur when working near live wires, faulty electrical equipment, or during excavation activities that disturb underground cables.


Machinery accidents: Operating heavy machinery such as cranes, forklifts, or excavators poses risks of crush injuries, amputations, or entanglement accidents if safety protocols are not followed.


Job Title Examples

Construction Labourer

Welder

Fitter

Quantity Surveying Technician

Draughtsman

Civil Engineering Technician

Excavating Machine Operator

Crane Operator

Site Engineer

Project Engineer



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