U.S. CLUB & DISTRICT LIABILITY INSURANCE PROGRAM
U.S. Clubs pay for insurance! What does this cover?
On the 1 July Semiannual Report (SAR), each U.S. Rotary Club in your District pays for two different types of liability insurance: 1) general liability and 2) directors’ and officers’ / employment practices liability. U.S. Rotarians are highly encouraged to visit the Insurance Information Portal (link/login below) to learn about their insurance coverage. This website has the certificate of insurance that U.S. clubs and districts can use as proof of insurance. Also, this site has useful information to help ensure safe and successful events and activities. Please note that insurance claims are paid by from your assessments collected from US Rotarians. No doubt, there is incentive to make risk management and safety a priority. Visit the Insurance Information Portal for more information: www.locktonportal.com/sites/
Note: Username and password are case-sensitive. This portal is for U.S. Rotary club/district use only.
Note: Rotary International Risk Management needs each District with U.S. Clubs to assign a contact person for messages sent by Rotary International Risk Management about the U.S. liability insurance program. This will improve communication to all U.S. Clubs within the District about their insurance. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org the name, telephone number, and email of the individual who will serve as the contact person by 31 August 2013. Preferably, this individual would have insurance experience.
Please note that the annual insurance update will be sent to U.S. club and district officers this September.
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P.S. This message has been sent to all U.S. Club Presidents, U.S. Club Secretaries, U.S. Club Treasurers, U.S. Club Executive Secretaries, U.S. District Executive Secretaries, and U.S. District Governors who have a valid email address on file with Rotary International.
Nothing in this email can be construed to extend, alter, vary or waive any of the provisions of the insurance policy described herein. The information provided in this e-mail is intended to help Rotarians manage risks. The information provided does not constitute professional, legal, financial or insurance advice. It is highly recommended that you contact a local legal, financial, or insurance professional for such advice.
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