Fabricating metal items of any kind can bring a number of liabilities to your business. One mistake in the production line could lead to a lawsuit, a welding injury, or damaged fabrication equipment.
We recognize the growing complexities and challenges the metal manufacturing industry in Canada faces, including new technology, machinery, and regulations. As your business grows, so do your risks. Metal workers are exposed to a variety of hazards at every step of the process, including equipment breakdown, product defects, water damage, fire and theft.
It is important to make safety a top priority in your manufacturing facility, not only for your employees, but also for your financial stability. On top of safety, it is important to protect your business operations, employees, and your future with insurance policies and risk management that is customized for metal manufacturers. The cost of metal fabrication insurance will depend on several factors including the products that you manufacture, location, number of employees, and revenue.
Types of Insurance that you will want to consider as a metal manufacturing business include:
- Commercial Property
- Liability Insurance
- Manufacturer’s Errors and Omissions
- Complete Equipment Breakdown
- Business Interruption
- Commercial Auto
From raw goods to finished products, Fuse Insurance will ensure you have complete protection for your metal fabrication company, whether you’re located in BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, or Ontario. We provide flexible and tailored insurance options that help you to identify and mitigate the risks to your manufacturing business, so that you can keep your facility running smoothly. For a complementary review of your current policy or to obtain a quote, contact us by calling 1-866-387-FUSE (3873).