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The Rotary National Insurance Program (RNIP) broadly encompasses 4 major policies, Public & Products Liability, Property, Travel and Association Liability all designed to provide protection to Rotarians when undertaking activities on behalf of Rotary.
For a complete copy of District 9710’s Insurance cover, please contact the DIO. It must be understood that any queries on insurance matters, such as the supply of Certificates of Currency for Clubs, claims by clubs or individuals etc, must be directed through the appropriate channel, i.e. District Insurance Officer.
For the sake of information, below is a brief outline of the Insurance cover offered to Rotary personnel in our District.
Nominated Rotary Districts and Clubs, Rotaract and Interact Clubs including clubs in the course of formation, incorporated or unincorporated.
Members of Rotary including spouses (and de factos and partners), volunteer workers, honorary members, host families, prospective members (from the time their membership has been approved), District, Club and Institute Committees and Sub-Committees, other Rotary bodies and the boards thereof and participants in all Rotary activities for their respective rights and interests.
It is hereby declared and agreed that a Rotary Body is defined as:
It is hereby declared and agreed that a Participant is defined as:
A District Asset Register has been formulated to include Rotary Caravans and Trailers as well as items that are of value to Clubs. It is the responsibility of each Club to supply the DIO with updates of their assets as and when they are acquired.
The Register can be obtained by contacting the DIO.
With Australian Rotary Clubs and Districts facing the increasing risk of litigation many are recognising the need to provide protection for their members, other volunteers and participants and the general public.
Identifying potential risk and creating a risk management policy for your club, group or event can have a number of subsequent benefits. These can include:
Guidelines and forms to assist Clubs creating their own Plans of Risk Management are available to be downloaded on the following link; http://dev.rotaryd9710.org.au/home/resources/downloads.html?relPath=Insurance
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