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2017 News Releases




Club Insurance public liability insurance

Date : 07 / 04 / 2017
Author : The WIA Board

All 103 WIA affiliated clubs in the group public liability insurance scheme that began on April 1 have now received their certificates of currency. Although the total number of clubs talking advantage of the group scheme is slightly down on last year, the WIA-arranged insurance is recognised as being of great benefit.

As usual some clubs failed to respond in time or made other arrangements, while others joined or returned to the WIA for their public liability insurance. While the clubs paid about $11,500 to cover their membership the WIA made a $5,150 contribution to the insurance for WIA members.
Some clubs have also taken part in a trial that allows them to send their member details for uploading to automatically provide a breakdown of WIA members and non-members.

This has been a tedious task for clubs and the WIA office, but with automation will be a lot easier.
By the way, the early figures show that most clubs have a healthy percentage of their members who belong to the WIA.


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