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Staying on top of property maintenance

Posted on 7 September 2017
Staying on top of property maintenance

Dealing with the aftermath of a storm is a headache enough, but imagine finding out that a lack of maintenance of your school or college property could mean your insurance claim is denied, and you have potentially breached your WHS obligations. In this RiskEd article, read about how a small property maintenance issue can become a big problem if not dealt with in an effective and timely manner. Also, we talk to  CCI's Property, Motor & Personal Accident Claims Manager Effie Valavanis on why you shouldn't let property maintenance weak-spots, like a full gutter or loose roof tiles, trip you up when you need help the most.

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