D E Ford York Press ‘Meet the Boss’ Interview

As part of the York Evening Press’ ‘Meet the Boss’ interview, this months edition is based on D E Fords’ own Chris Greenall. York Evening Press 2/7/2013 York Evening Press Meet the Boss Interview with Chris Greenall RISING through the ranks is certainly an opportunity at York insurance broker DE Ford. Managing director Chris Greenall […]

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It Scrums Down to This

As the government drives to boost participation in rugby in English schools, there have been a number of articles in the press raising concern over the safety of the game for children. The sport’s governing body, the RFU, has taken steps to ensure that the game is as safe as possible given the inherent risks […]

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The Safety of E-cigarettes

Over 1 million smokers in the UK have switched to using e-cigarettes and the market is continuing to grow.  Still little is known about any long term health risks and exposure to e-cigarettes for non smokers.  Latest statistics have also shown that there has now been more than 60 fire related incidents so far this […]

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Protecting Your Organisation from Cyber Attacks

Any organisation with online technology can be affected by a cyber attack.  The following factsheet can provide you with some useful tips to help protect your organisation from a cyber breach.  Click here to download our fact sheet

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Protecting Your Charity

If you are responsible for a charity then the following documents will help you make sure that you are effectively protected. We have put together a series of documents that include case studies to help make you aware of what cover you require to protect you and your charity. Protecting You and Your Charity – […]

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Staying Afloat – SME Business Survival Following an Incident

What would happen to your business after a significant incident, such as a flood, fire or theft? How would you carry on trading? How would you keep in contact with your customers? Would your profit be affected? These are questions faced by all SME businesses. According to insurance industry research, over half of SMEs affected […]

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Property Underinsurance

Underinsurance of a property continues to be a pertinent issue affecting business owners who have made a claim following damage to their premises. The proprietor of the business will obtain cover under the belief that in the event of a catastrophe – storm damage, a fire or loss of valuable machinery for instance, that their […]

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Medical Malpractice

As you may be aware, the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) has recently announced that from early in 2014 they will require all registered nurses, practicing in the UK, to self declare that they have appropriate indemnity cover in place in order to practice and provide care. With this in mind, nurses will likely be […]

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12 Safety Tips for Christmas

The festive season is almost upon us and although it’s a great time of year for fun and frolics – it’s also the time of year when many accidents that occur in the home could so easily have been avoided. The following tips are there to help you keep safe this Christmas and to make […]

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Christmas Cheer Comes to York with a Little Help from D E Ford

Father Christmas will be making an appearance in York streets from next week as members of the Rotary Club set out to tour the city on their festive float. The annual events are sponsored by York-based insurance brokers D E Ford, whose support helped build the float. It launches on Thursday in Copmanthorpe and will […]

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