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Contract award: "preparation of property insurance enea sa - segment heat of disaster risks, business interruption insurance due to the risks of disasters, insurance, machinery and equipment of emergency risks and business interruption insurance due to the risks of emergency ".
When you least expect it, business interruption can deal a crippling blow to your ability to serve your customers and cover your overhead.
The risk of business interruption due to the shutdown of a key customer or supplier is a contingent business interruption, also known in insurance circles as CBI.
I was at a meeting of a disaster safety coalition whose members wanted to learn more about business interruption insurance.
Harrison said the most significant risk to companies involved in a recall is business interruption.
In such a case, Brew explains, the first-party loss for business interruption would be considered an operational risk that would not be covered under professional policies.
BUSINESS interruption is costing UK small and medium businesses more than pounds 1billion and two million working days each year.
Info Database and Weekly Report and HCPro's Healthcare Security and Disaster Alert-and two of the latest launches similarly mine a niche of the publishers' established markets: LexisNexis/Mealey's monthly Mealey's Business Interruption Insurance and BNA's Wage Hour & Leave Report.