Wednesday, 29 May 2024
12:00 pm – 1:15 pm (UK time)
    • Alan Tickner, Associate, Nick Thomas & Associates

Advanced Contractors All Risks
This session examines how the standard Joint Contracts Tribunal contract has influenced the Contractors' insurance product, where and to whom the building contract imposes responsibility for insurance and the main classes affected


Understand the JCT Design and Build 2016 Contract
Terminology and Meanings
The sections where insurance responsibilities lie
Impact on the policy wording

• The Risks in Construction
o The Design Stage
o The Construction Phase
o The Maintenance Period
o Post Completion
• Contract Works - the choices as to who insures
o Indemnities to Funders and Sub-contractors
• Other Policies - P.L. E.L. and Professional Indemnity
• Explore practical examples and contract interpretation

Alan Tickner - FCII, FIRM

Alan has a wealth of experience and expertise garnered from over 40 years working in the Insurance industry, primarily with insurance brokers, latterly as a Director of Marsh Commercial [Jelf]. He has looked after clients in a wide range of industries with particular specialisms in the Construction and Property sectors, and to include offshore decommissioning, process control, transportation, storage, and food manufacturing. He has specific knowledge working with Captive (Protected Cell) Insurance companies.
Alan is both a Fellow of the Chartered Insurance Institute [FCII], and Fellow of Risk Management in Insurance [FIRM]. He was honoured with a ‘Special Services to Insurance Award’, Belfast 2017.
Alan now works as a self-employed consultant to a major construction firm, and as a technical insurance trainer for Nick Thomas & Associates. Whilst his training capabilities are wide-ranging, he has particular expertise in: Design and Build, Plant Hire, Business Interruption, and Alternative Risk Transfer

CII Accredited

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