Indigenous Insurance made easy
As one of Australia's leading insurance providers, AIB has developed a specific Indigenous insurance package for your organisation available Australia wide.
Our team have been arranging specific insurance products for Indigenous communities, organisations and businesses since AIB was established in 1982 in Alice Springs.
AIB is proud to continue to provide our services to Indigenous businesses and communities across diverse locations from cities and coastal regions, to the centre of the country. Our AIB team has genuine insight into the specific and often unique requirements of both remote communities and metropolitan organisations.
Our AIB team is regularly visiting clients in community for personalised service and understanding of your insurance exposures. We have a dedicated in house experienced claims team who works on behalf of our clients to navigate the claims process.
AIB's Indigenous insurance package covers:
- Community and Land Councils
- Medical and Health Services
- Art Centres, Museums & Keeping Places, etc.
- Housing Associations
- Legal Services
- Community Development Activities
- Funded Bodies
- Sporting Events
- Schools and Education
- Cultural Activities
- Business Enterprises
- Ranger Services
- Welcome to Country and Smoking Ceremonies
- Public & Products Liability (Including Airfields and Fire Management)
- Property - Fire, Accidental & Malicious Damage
- Directors & Officers Liability
- Professional Indemnity Insurance
- Employment Practices, Medical Malpractice
- Employee Dishonesty (theft by staff)
- Burglary, Money & Glass, Mechanical & Electrical Breakdown
- Personal Accident for Board Members, Senior Staff, Volunteers
- Motor Vehicles & Marine Vessels
- Goods in Transit
- Workers Compensation (in some states)
- Journey Cover
- Sports Participation (Special Carnivals)
- and more...
This specialised package has the flexibility to provide Public & Products Liability insurance for your organisation’s NAIDOC activities. Parades, picnics, entertainment, etc can all be considered, including cover for food and drink. If you are planning celebrations for NAIDOC week give AIB a call to discuss the various implications of insurance. That way you can have a great day knowing you and your mob are properly insured.
For more information, contact our insurance specialists or fill out your details below.
Adam Blandin De Chalain