Hazardous Industry Insurance

Get A Quote
Cover for Hazardous Industries

We are able to cover the transportation of hazardous goods, such as fuel, chemicals and liquid waste. We can cover drivers to transport hazardous goods all over the country. Our policies all include a 24/7 helpline. You can call this helpline for rapid response care and spillage response.

We can also cover Drainage, Jetting and Environmental contractors. This covers people who are involved in low and high pressure jet cleaning, drainage and drain repair workers, environmental contractors and associated industries. Our policies are wide ranging – they cover confined spaces, clean-up costs, tools of trade and even the property that is being worked on.

We cover Directors and Officers of companies in Hazardous Industries. These include directors and officers of: Fuel and Oil companies; Chemical and Gas companies; Hazardous and Liquid Waste companies; Environmental Tanker and Hazardous Goods Haulage companies.

Finally, we can provide cover for Chemical and Petrochemical Industries. Our policies cover all the issues that these industries might face. These include Stock Cost Fluctuation, Clean-Up of Own Sites, Statutory Environmental Protection, Material Damage Insurance, Business Interruption Insurance and more.

If you are uncertain whether we can cover your hazardous industry insurance needs, get in touch and ask us. We can help you through what kind of cover you need.

Cover Details

____

Goods in Transit Insurance

Hazardous Goods Fleet Insurance

Carriage of Own Goods

Public & Employer’s Liability Insurance

What We Offer

____

Immediate cover

Flexible Payment

Experienced Team

Personal Service

Convicted Car Insurance FAQs

What is Hazardous Goods Transportation Insurance for?

If you transport hazardous goods – such as oil, chemicals, gas, waste etc – you need specialist insurance to properly cover you. We cover the particular risks that transporting dangerous goods entail.

Do I need any qualifications?

If you drive an HGV, you need an operator’s licence. This qualifies you to drive haulage vehicles. If you carry dangerous goods, you also need an ADR licence. We won’t be able to find you cover if you don’t have these licences.

What kind of vehicles do you cover?

We can cover many kinds of vehicles – from 7.5 tonne trucks to 44 tonne lorries. If you are uncertain if we can cover your vehicle, give us a call, and we will check for you.

What kind of fleets do you cover?

If your fleet has at least 25% of its turnover relating to the carriage of hazardous goods (or is comprised of at least 25% tankers), then we can cover it under a hazardous goods fleet policy.

Get A Quote

Recent Articles

Do You Know How Many Miles You Actually Drive?

When you buy car insurance, you have to answer a number of standard questions. Many of these are a relative mystery to the people who are answering them. One in particular that many people struggle with is how many miles they drive annually. Many people don’t actually...

Could a Review into the Ogden Rate Cut Insurance Premiums?

We all prefer to get things for less than we had expected them to cost. This is especially true with insurance. Many people feel uncomfortable with the price of insurance – because they may never use what they are paying for. A review into The Ogden Rate could lower...

Why do so few people want black-boxes on their cars?

How much you pay for your insurance can seem like a mystery. After all, most of the time, you send off your details to an insurer or a broker, and get back a price. While you can choose which price you receive to go with, you don’t have much influence over the price...

What Does the FCA Say About Insurance Brokers?

The Insurance industry has a bit of an image problem. Multiple surveys have shown that people have doubts about the trustworthiness of insurers. Consumers also have significant doubts over whether they are likely to receive pay-outs over claims, or whether they are...

What Happens if You Drive Uninsured?

Recently, the police ran an operation to attempt to catch uninsured drivers. This is not an unusual occurrence. Rather, it was the way that the police went about the operation that was unusual. Instead of simply stopping people for other driving offences, and later...

How Can We Help?

How Can We Help?