Building a business is one of the hardest–and most rewarding–things any entrepreneur can do. Having invested so much time and human capital, it would only be prudent to protect what you have built.
Businesses are exposed to many risks, from the traditional fire and natural perils related events, motor losses, to legal liabilty for loss of or physical damage to tangible property and/ or death, bodily injury, mental injury, illness or disease of or to any person; it is imperative that businesses take out the correct insurance product to protect themselves against these types of risks. Further to this, businesses also run the risk of potential accidental injuries or death of employee(s).
With respect to Health & Safety of employees, the common law right to hold the employer liable was removed by the Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act, No 130 of 1993 (COIDA). This provides for compensation for disablement caused by occupational injuries or diseases sustained or contracted by employees in the course of their employment, or for death resulting from such injuries or diseases.
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The last time I felt so much power in my hands was when I was driving the Maserati Quattroporte. A beast on the road with the sound to boot. The CLS however is plain sexy, aggressive and not too loud. Put simply it’s the executives dream car. This demon on wheels has a 210kW six-cylinder diesel engine which makes the sedan sprint from zero to 100km/h in a swift 5.7 seconds. Though I didn’t quite get to those stats I must say I have no doubts about that aspect.
Is artificial intelligence reinventing insurance? This was the question posed by Bill Hoggarth, national sales manager, Digital Business Solutions at high performing and secure ICT solutions provider, Datacentrix. He was speaking at the recent Robotics, Drones and AI in Insurance Conference, held in Rosebank, Johannesburg. In answer to the question, Hoggarth clarified that no, he did not believe artificial intelligence (AI) was changing the nature of insurance–at least, not on its own. “My view is that AI is not reinventing insurance, but that it is part of the mix of technologies that is causing a shift in insurance today,” he said.
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