Help safeguard commercial property from a potential loss with insights from our property risk engineers on fire safety, property owners risk management and more. Plus, explore our Q Academy sessions to gain further insights.
Insulated sandwich panels: managing fire risk in commercial properties
Combustible insulated sandwich panels can affect commercial property insurance – learn how to identify these panels and manage and minimise risks.
Storing dangerous goods and flammable liquids
If you store dangerous goods or flammable liquids on a commercial property, you need to make sure you’re covering all the risks.
Solar power systems: the risks and how to manage them
Despite their many benefits, solar systems can bring unique risks for businesses. Here’s how to manage them and what to consider when it comes to insurance.
Understanding warehouse risks – and how to minimise them
Warehouses come with many risks. So, what can you do to reduce the chances of your warehouse being out of action and your stock left unsellable?
Asbestos in commercial buildings: a hidden threat
Until the late 1980s, asbestos was a popular building material, but now we know the dangers it poses. What should you know about asbestos?
Protecting commercial buildings from intrusion, theft and malicious damage
For every business with physical premises, keeping the building secure is important. But what do you need to consider?
Fire separation: Keep it contained!
If a fire in a building is not contained quickly, it can have devastating consequences. Here’s how you can minimise the chances of it spreading.
Understanding commercial property risk
What risks do commercial buildings face? Whatever the building is being used for, the risks are many – Here’s what you need to know.
How to use thermal imaging to prevent electrical faults and protect your business
Thermal imaging can help keep your business premises safe from expensive electric faults. Find out how thermal imaging can help you now.
What is a Hot Work Permit, and why do businesses need them?
Hot work is responsible for many workplace fires but completing a Hot Work Permit before work starts can protect your business and keep your people safe.
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