Customized Insurance for the Amusement and Recreation Industry
The end of the summer season is here, and that means the surge of summer traffic is slowing down as schools reopen and vacations dwindle. But autumn is also a unique season for fairs and traveling amusement parks, such as state fairs and harvest-based celebrations. Make sure your clients’ parks are in compliance by suggesting that they add a few steps to the park’s daily routine and considerations:
- They should keep an eye on both the state and national news. July and August news segments often include stories about injured fair-goers and the dangers of uncertified rides. They can reassure their customers and your staff by a quick review of daily inspection policies, by making sure any certification tags are visible and prominent so employees manning a line can point them out to worried parents, and by having standard responses ready for commonly asked questions.
- Keep up with where your clients travel to. If they travel state to state, some regulations and certification requirements can sneak up on you. Some requirements even vary county to county. Make sure they know to talk to you every time they move so you can make sure your and their business have what you need.
When your clients work in a potentially high-risk business or they face the potential of quickly changing insurance and certification regulations, proactively monitoring their situations can help save you from a sudden emergency or their breach of compliance. Retaining clients is much easier and less costly than risking the loss of them, so do what you can to help them keep afloat of insurance compliance.
If your clients need excess coverage, Prime Insurance Company can help you work out the best policy with your clients.