Motor & Employer’s Liability Insurances

Motor & Employer’s Liability Insurances

VENUE: Mombasa

BACKGROUND

The Work Injury Benefits Act 2007 was passed by parliament to repeal the Workmen Compensation Act Cap. 236 of the laws of Kenya. It was a product of a series of new labour laws that were aimed at improving the welfare of workers. Employers are compelled to compensate employees who sustain injuries or contract diseases in the course of duty. Third Party Motor insurance is also compulsory in Kenya. Organizations in the transport business face similar risks by virtue of the people they employ and the vehicles they own and other contingent liability risks. They seek insurance for their risk exposures. Understanding the risks and the risk management measures is important. A discussion of the appropriate policies is necessary. This course details the risks, the sources of liability, the policies and other risk management measures.

 COURSE OBJECTIVE  

  • The learners should understand the sources of legal liability in Motor Insurance.
  • To impart essential knowledge and understanding of Employer’s Liability Insurance in general.
  • To expose participants to the various categories of Motor Insurances.
  • To link Transport Insurance practice to the economic benefits.
  • To develop appreciation of the working of the Employers’ Liability.

COURSE CONTENTS

       General Liability

  • Sources of Liability
  • Purpose and need for liability insurance
  • International Role of Insurance
  • International trade and cooperation
  • Motor Vehicles (Third Party Risks) Act Cap 405
  • Comparison of provision of Third Party insurance in COMESA countries

     Historical Development of Motor Insurance

     General Principles and Features of Motor Insurance

  • Motor Insurance policy covers
  • Comparison of the Act and the Insurance Policy
  • Classification of Motor Risks.
  • Short Period Insurances.
  • Joint Policies

     The Motor Insurance Policy

  • Underwriting and Rating
  • Types of Policy
  • Comparison of the Act and the Insurance Policy
  • Policy Documentation
  • Extensions
  • Exclusions

    Specialist Motor Insurance Covers

  • Breakdown insurance
  • PSV
  • Livestock Carrying Vehicles
  • Mobile shops and canteens
  • Mobile surgeries
  • Tankers

   General Claims Handling

  • Claims Management Objective
  • Procedures
  • Case Study

   Other aspects of motor insurance

  • Uninsured Driving
  • Market Agreements
  • Dispute Resolutions
  • Fraud & Counter Fraud Measures
  • Fault System

    Employers’ Liability

  • Scope of Cover
  • Underwriting Procedures
  • Claims procedures

   Reinsurance as applied to Motor Insurance

TARGET GROUP

  • Staff In Motor Underwriting and Claims
  • Insurance Officers in Non- Insurance Organisations
  • Staff in Insurance Brokerage and Insurance Agents
  • Insurance officers in shipping & Logistics Organisations
  • Transporters

 

Cost: 37,500.00


 

How to apply

All candidates must follow the application steps where they provide their details and select units. An invoice will be sent to the email address of the applicant with payment instructions.


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