Policy

Insurance Coverage - Policy

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1. Purpose and Objectives

This policy outlines the extensive insurance coverage which is maintained by The University of Queensland. All protection is subject to certain terms, exclusions, conditions and limitations.

2. Definitions, Terms, Acronyms

Affiliate – any entity wholly or partly owned or controlled by the University which has been accepted by the insurer as an affiliate at the request of the University and specified as such in the Certificate of Entry or Protection Schedule; any entity which the University, has under contract or otherwise, agreed to include in their protections but only to the extent required by such contract or agreed to by the University.

Excess/Deductible/Retention - the first amount payable by the claimant in the event of a loss, and is the uninsured portion of the loss, so when a claim is submitted an excess/deduction may be payable.

Industrial Special Risks (ISR) -  also known as “Property” insurance.

Liability - any legally enforceable obligation; a responsibility of one person to another, enforceable in law.

Loss – a physical loss or a potential loss as a result of a legal action against the University.

Member - any person or group of persons being members of or students of or employed by Members or their Affiliates or performing any function whatsoever in Australia, New Zealand or elsewhere under the aegis of the University.

Organisational Unit – any School, Institute, Centre or Affiliate of The University of Queensland.

Staff - a current employee of The University of Queensland.

Student - a current, enrolled student of The University of Queensland.

3. Policy Scope/Coverage

This policy applies to all staff and students of The University of Queensland and approved affiliates.

4. Policy Statement

The University manages insurance in accordance with the following -

  • Financial and Performance Management Standard 2009 - s. 58 Insurance Contracts
  • Motor Accident Insurance Act 1994
  • Compensation and rehabilitation Act 2003
  • Personal Injuries Proceeding Act 2002

The University must establish cost effective insurance arrangements with one or more insurance providers to cover the University’s primary insurance needs, and manage the risk exposure.

Heads of organisational units are responsible for monitoring their risks and the management of all insured assets under their control.  All excesses are to be covered by the organisational unit incurring the loss.

Heads of organisational units are responsible for notifying the Insurance Office, FBS of all losses over indemnity and property losses over $500 (including any anticipated legal action involving the University).

The role of the Insurance Office includes:

  • Maintaining a register of insurance arrangements including:

o      the name of the insurance company;

o      a description of the risk insured; and

o      the commencement and expiry dates of the policy;

  • Ensuring the University and its staff and students have appropriate levels of insurance coverage for the diverse range of activities undertaken, and arrange additional coverage as required;
  • Providing policy interpretation and advice to staff and students (excludes private insurance);
  • Claims management;
  • Management of the annual renewal of all policies; and
  • Working with insurers to conduct risk assessments on higher insurable risk activities of the university.

Apart from workers' compensation (also known as Work Cover), all insurance coverage for the University is arranged through the Insurance Office. Workers compensation insurance is administered by the Work Injury Management Team in the Occupational Health and Safety Unit. 

5. Insurance Policy Summary

Listed below is a summary of the insurance policies held by the University.  Further information on each insurance cover is available from the Insurance Office, FBS.

For additional policy details, please visit the Insurance webpage.

Policy Type

Description

Casual Hirers

Covers hire of University facilities to third parties.

Clinical Trials

Covers clinical trials that have been approved by the University’s Ethics Committee. Coverage will only apply to the part of the trial conducted within Australia.

Contract Works

Covers contract works that are performed on building or grounds of the various campuses.

Directors and Officers

Covers any loss that Directors or Officers are legally liable to pay, by reason of any claim first made against them (individually or collectively) and arising out of any negligent act, error, or omission in relation to the University's professional business.

Expatriate

Covers financial and other losses incurred by expatriates while living and working in a country other than their own. Insurance should be arranged prior to relocating to a new country or destination.

Marine Cargo/Transit

Loss or damage to any goods or equipment, owned by the University, which are being transported overseas. Organisational unit must complete the Overseas Transit Insurance Advice Form and email it to the Insurance Office insurance@uq.edu.au at least two weeks prior to departure of the property so as to ensure the policy coverage is sufficient to cover the equipment. University equipment of a value in excess of the Travel Insurance Policy benefits is not to be taken as either hand or checked luggage on a carrier. If it is carried in this manner, the organisational unit is responsible for any damage that occurs, and an insurance claim will not be accepted.

Equipment is to be sent overseas via professional/specialised couriers and is to be packed in a manner appropriate to the type of equipment.  Organisational unit need to advise staff that extra time must be allowed for delivery by couriers and except in the most exceptional of circumstances, lack of time will not be accepted as a reason why the equipment was taken as either hand or checked luggage on a carrier.

Provided equipment is despatched correctly, and the Insurance Office is notified as above, the equipment will be covered by this policy.

Marine Hull

Covers the loss or destruction of University-owned vessels. It does not cover testing or research equipment used on the boat or in or under the water. If a vessel valued at over $50,000 is being purchased, the Insurance Office must be advised of the acquisition at least one week prior to delivery.

Medical Malpractice

Covers legal liability to pay damages as a result of any claim or claims first made against the University for bodily injury (including death) arising from any negligent act, error or omission in relation to the provision of medical and/or veterinary services.

Motor Vehicles

Covers fleet and University-owned vehicles including motor vehicles, scooters, motor cycles, tractors, trailers, mowers and buses.

Professional Liability (also known as Professional Indemnity)

Covers legal liability to pay damages as a result of any claim or claims first made against the University and arising out of any negligent act, error, or omission in relation to the University's professional business.

Property (ISR)

Covers all risks of physical loss or damage; including buildings, plant, machinery, stock and merchandise, loss of revenue, increased cost of working, loss of rental income and additional expenses resulting from interruption or interference to the business; and property in the care, custody or control of the University. Property within Australia is covered automatically whilst in transit up to $2,000,000.

Public and Product Liability

Covers the University’s legal liability to pay compensation in respect of personal injury or property loss caused as a result of University business including the manufacture and/or sale of goods or products. This policy also covers the legal liability of any person acting on instruction from or on behalf of the University such as staff, students and volunteers.

Staff Personal Accident

Covers current staff members (including volunteers) of the University for accidental bodily injury, whilst on University business.

Student Personal Accident

Covers enrolled students of the University for accidental bodily injury; while on University business (this includes field placements and excursions).

Staff Travel Insurance

Covers current University of Queensland staff on approved overseas or domestic travel.  This would normally include:-

  • Death and capital benefits
  • Overseas medical expenses
  • Cancellation of travel benefit
  • Personal effects cover
  • Other benefits commonly included in travel insurance policies

Student Travel Insurance

Covers currently enrolled students of the University on approved overseas and domestic travel.

Workers' Compensation

Covers injuries received by staff whilst on University business. Managed by the Work Injury Management Team in the Occupational Health and Safety Unit.

Please note that information regarding these policies is for guidance only.

All insurance policies are subject to policy terms, conditions, exclusions and limitations as specified in the policy wordings, and nothing in this policy affects their force.

6. Contracts and Agreements

The business activities of the University are diverse, and organisational units regularly enter into contracts or agreements with external parties for the delivery of goods or services.

Most contracts/agreements have clauses relating to the University having appropriate insurance cover for the activity to be undertaken, and the provision of indemnity to the third party for any losses or claims that might arise against them as a result of the University activity.

It is important that such clauses do not have requirement levels that exceed the coverage the University has through its insurance policies, otherwise the University is exposed. The risk is that the organisational unit may need to fund any shortfall over the coverage provided should a claim arise.

If a contract/agreement does have clauses that exceed UQ's coverage and the external party will not change them, the organisational unit will be required to do a full risk assessment and gain approval to the proposed exposure. The Enterprise Risk Unit can assist with such risk assessments.

7. Hiring of Consultants

Organisational units hire external consultants to undertake many special activities and projects related to University business.  These consultants are not covered by any University insurance policy and it is necessary for them to hold their own policies, in particular Public Liability and Professional Indemnity.

The minimum level of coverage for Public Liability is $10 million, and for Professional Indemnity it is $5 million. For larger projects and contracts the level of coverage should be increased after assessment of the risk to the University should an incident occur as a result of the consultant’s  work.

Organisational units are required to obtain, check and file a current copy of the Certificate of Currency for the consultant’s insurance policy.

Consultancy contracts or agreements should contain clauses relating to indemnity and insurance issues – refer to “6. Contracts and Agreements” above. 

8. Risk and Risk Assessments

By definition, insurance is taken out by the University to cover levels of risk that the University has deemed it is unwilling to accept. It is essential that you do not rely on insurance as a substitute for proper risk management.

To determine and quantify the level of acceptable risk on any particular project, the organisational unit will almost certainly be requested to perform a Risk Assessment.

For assistance with a Risk Assessment contact Assurance and Risk Management Services (ARMS).

Custodians
Chief Financial Officer
Mr Andrew Betts

Procedures

Insurance Claims - Procedures

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1. Purpose and Objectives

The procedures outline the process to make an insurance claim with the University.

2. Definitions, Terms, Acronyms

Certificate of Currency - a certificate issued by an insurer outlining the insurance policy details.

Claim - a demand by an individual or corporation to recover, under a policy of insurance, for loss which may come within that policy.

Excess/Deductible/Retention - the first amount that must be contributed by the insured towards each claim.

Exclusions – Items, conditions or events that are not covered by the general insurance contract.

Notice of Claim - a notice to an insurer that a loss has occurred.

3. Procedures Scope/Coverage

These procedures apply to all staff and students at The University of Queensland and approved affiliates.

4. Procedures Statement

Claim procedures vary depending on the type of claim being submitted. An excess may be applicable and therefore affect the value of the claim. It is essential that insurance is not relied upon as a substitute for proper risk management.

It is imperative that the Insurance Office within FBS Division is notified immediately of any event or circumstance that may lead to a claim. In no circumstances should any liability be admitted or agreement made.

If, under the Personal Injuries Proceedings Act 2002, a Notice of Claim is received, immediate notice must be given to the Insurance Office.  The Insurance Office shall then immediately contact the University’s insurance brokers and insurers so that a written response to the Notice of Claim can be provided to the claimant within the prescribed time period. 

The relevant insurance claim form should be completed and returned to the Insurance Office, together with the original invoice for repair or replacement.  Subject to delegation the Organisational unit should initially pay the repair or replacement costs.

5. Claims Process Overview

Refer to the following claims procedures and click on the links provided for further details. Applicable excesses can be located on the Insurance web page.

Insurance Policy Type

Description/Link

Claim Procedure

Form

Report a Loss

The University's policy for the reporting of losses is contained in PPL 9.10.06 Reporting of Losses. In summary, all losses of $500 and greater, must be reported to the University Insurance Office by filling out a Loss Report Form, irrespective of whether an insurance claim is being made.

The University is required to give notice in writing to the relevant insurer of any incident likely to result in an insurance claim, within 30 days of the occurrence of the incident. Failure to do so may prejudice any entitlement to insurance compensation.

1. Complete a Loss Report Form for all losses of $500 and greater.

2. Submit the completed Loss Report Form to insurance@uq.edu.au

 

Loss Report Form

 

Clinical Trials

Any clinical trials claims are to be notified to the Insurance Office immediately as the University must notify the insurer of  any claim prior to the end of the current protection period.

Contact the Insurance Office – insurance@uq.edu.au

 

Contract Works

The University is required to give notice in writing to the relevant insurer, of any incident likely to result in an insurance claim, within 30 days of the occurrence of the incident. Failure to do so may prejudice any entitlement to insurance compensation.

Contact the Insurance Office – insurance@uq.edu.au

 

Directors and Officers

The University is required to give notice in writing to the relevant insurer, of any incident likely to result in an insurance claim, within 30 days of the occurrence of the incident. Failure to do so may prejudice any entitlement to insurance compensation.

Contact the Insurance Office – insurance@uq.edu.au

 

Expatriate

The University is required to give notice in writing to the relevant insurer, of any incident likely to result in an insurance claim, within 30 days of the occurrence of the incident. Failure to do so may prejudice any entitlement to insurance compensation.

Supporting Documentation

Medical Expenses – treating doctor’s report, including a detailed diagnosis as well as any medication prescribed. Invoices and receipts to be attached.

1.  Fill out a Travel Insurance Claim Form (available from the Insurance webpage); and

2. Attach supporting documentation; and

3. Have an authorised officer of the University sign the Travel Information and Authorisation on the first page of the Travel Insurance Claim Form (this is normally the person who approved the travel);

4. Email the completed forms to insurance@uq.edu.au or post to: Insurance Office, FBS Level 3, JD Story, University of Queensland, St Lucia Q 4072;

5. Corporate Services Network (CSN) will be in contact with you within 30 days of receiving your claim;

6. If the claim is accepted, payment (less any applicable excess) will be paid into the nominated bank account.

Travel Insurance Claim Form

Marine Cargo /Transit

The University is required to give notice in writing to the relevant insurer, of any incident likely to result in an insurance claim, within 30 days of the occurrence of the incident. Failure to do so may prejudice any entitlement to insurance compensation.

University equipment of a value in excess of the Travel Insurance Policy benefits is not to be taken as either hand or checked luggage on a carrier. If it is carried in this manner, the organisational unit is responsible for any damage that occurs, and an insurance claim will not be accepted.

Equipment is to be sent overseas via professional/ specialised couriers and is to be packed in a manner appropriate to the type of equipment.  Organisational units need to advise staff that extra time must be allowed for delivery by couriers, and, except in the most exceptional of circumstances, lack of time will not be accepted as a reason why the equipment was taken as either hand or checked luggage on a carrier.

Provided equipment is despatched correctly, and the Insurance Office is notified as above, the equipment will be covered by this policy.

If goods are received in a damaged condition or if there be any reason to suspect damage, the delivery receipt should be endorsed "goods received damaged" or "goods received, suspect damage". Subject to survey in store, drawing the attention of the carrier to this endorsement. This prevents the carrier producing a "clean" delivery receipt after the event and claiming that the goods were delivered in a sound condition. For this reason, goods should always be checked carefully upon receipt. 

If goods are damaged, the Insurance Office should be advised immediately so an assessment can be arranged if required. The following documentation will need to be produced to support a claim:

  •  Delivery Receipt;
  •  Original or Carbon Copy of the freight note;
  •  Invoices;
  •  Airway Bill or Bill of Landing, if delivered from overseas;
  • Carrier's conditions of carriage.

Other documentation may be requested when specific details of the claim become known.

 

Marine Hull

The University is required to give notice in writing to the relevant insurer, of any incident likely to result in an insurance claim, within 30 days of the occurrence of the incident. Failure to do so may prejudice any entitlement to insurance compensation.

1. Complete the Marine Hull Claim Form; and

2. Email to the Insurance Office insurance@uq.edu.au

Marine Hull Claim Form

Medical Malpractice

The Insurance Office must be notified immediately of any claims as the University has only 30 days after the end of the policy period to advise the insurer of a claim to ensure acceptance.

The Insurance Office will request further details as determined after initial evaluation of the advice.

Contact the Insurance Office – insurance@uq.edu.au

 

Motor Vehicle

In the event of any accident while you are at the accident site:

  • record the exact location of the accident;
  • record the direction of travel and the speed of vehicles involved;
  • record the name, address, telephone number, licence number and insurer’s name of any other drivers whose vehicles were involved in the accident;
  • if the driver of the other vehicle/s is not the registered owner, obtain details of the owner's name, address and insurer;
  • record the particulars of any person who witnessed the accident;
  • record any admissions of fault and any other relevant comments made by the driver(s) or the witnesses;
  • record the name and station of any police officer who attended the accident;
  • do not admit fault or make admission of liability, as this may prejudice our insurance cover.

Where damage to the vehicle is likely to exceed the $1,000 policy excess:

1. Phone CGU directly on 1300 663 182;

2. You will need to provide the policy number which is 24F 094 2826;

3. A member of CGU's Accident Management Team will take all details of the incident by following a uniquely scripted electronic claim form (which usually takes approximately 10 to 15 minutes);

4. CGU will provide you with a claim number, your Case Manager's details and the excess amount payable (which is normally paid to the repairer on completion of repairs).

 

Professional Liability

The Insurance Office must be advised as soon as possible of any claim or inquiry, or circumstance that may give rise to a claim. Failure to promptly notify of a claim may prejudice the University's insurance cover. Any claim of which the University is aware and which is not notified to the insurers within the policy year may be declined by the insurers.

A claim is defined as any writ, summons, or other form of legal or arbitral process served on the University or any written or oral demand for compensation received by the University.

Contact the Insurance Office – insurance@uq.edu.au

 

Property (ISR)

Loss Report Form is to be lodged with the Insurance Office together with supporting documents for any losses of $500 and over. Go to the Reporting of Losses section (above) for more information.

The replacement or repair of property for which an insurance claim is to be lodged should not be undertaken without the prior approval from the Insurance Office.

When University property is damaged, lost or stolen, the following steps must be taken:

1. All reasonable steps must be taken following the incident to minimise the extent of the loss and to protect other property.

2. Any loss that will result in a claim must be immediately reported to the Insurance Office.

3. Any loss due to theft or malicious damage must be reported to Security Section and to the police.

4. A Loss Report Form is to be lodged with the Insurance Office together with supporting documents.

5. Losses over $2,000 will be lodged as an insurance claim.

Loss Report Form

Public and Product Liability

It is very important that incidents involving students or visitors to the University that could result in a claim are reported to the Insurance Office as soon as possible after the event.

Immediately following an incident that may result in a claim, the following steps should be followed:

  • Take all reasonable steps to protect the person or property from further injury or damage;
  • Advise the Insurance Office and the Occupational Health and Safety Unit of the incident.

1. Following and incident, take all reasonable steps to protect the person or property from further injury or damage;

2. Advise the Insurance Office insurance@uq.edu.au and the Occupational Health and Safety Unit of the incident;

3.    Any correspondence received from third parties should be forwarded to the Insurance Office together with a copy of the OH&S Report and any other relevant documentation;

4. No persons should give an interview or make any statement to a loss assessor or solicitor who is not acting on behalf of the University or its insurers;

5. No correspondence should be entered into with the third party that may indicate liability on behalf of the University.

 

Student Personal Accident

It is very important that incidents involving students that could result in a claim are reported to the Insurance Office as soon as possible after the event.

1. Complete an OH&S Report;

2. Complete a Personal Accident Claim Form;

3. Attach the OH&S Report to the Personal Accident Claim Form as well as any supporting documentation;

4. Forward the documentation to insurance@uq.edu.au;

5. Students will be contacted directly by the University’s insurance broker.

Personal Accident Claim Form

Staff Travel Insurance

All claims must be lodged within 30 days of completion of travel. Please check applicable excesses prior to lodging a claim.

Supporting Documentation

Medical Expenses – treating doctor’s report, including a detailed diagnosis as well as any medication prescribed. Invoices and receipts to be attached.

Theft – a police report, as well as receipts/ quotes to support replacement of stolen item(s).

Damage – quotes to repair/ replace the damaged item(s).

Document Copies - The claimant should keep copies of all claim documentation for their own records.

Overseas Claim Submissions - If forms are submitted whilst the claimant is overseas, all documentation is to be sent to the organisational unit administration for processing as above.

1. Fill out a Travel Insurance Claim Form; and

2. Attach supporting documentation; and

3. Have an authorised officer of the University sign the Travel Information and Authorisation on the first page of the Travel Insurance Claim Form (this is normally the person who approved the travel);

4. Email the completed forms to insurance@uq.edu.au;

5. Corporate Services Network (CSN) will be in contact with you within 30 days of receiving your claim.

Travel Insurance Claim Form

Student Travel Insurance

All claims must be lodged within 30 days of completion of travel. Please check applicable excesses prior to lodging a claim.

Supporting Documentation

Medical Expenses – treating doctor’s report, including a detailed diagnosis as well as any medication prescribed. Invoices and receipts to be attached.

Theft – a police report, as well as receipts/quotes to support replacement of stolen item(s).

Damage – quotes to repair/ replace the damaged item(s).

Document Copies - The claimant should keep copies of all claim documentation for their own records.

Overseas Claim Submissions - If forms are submitted whilst the claimant is overseas, all documentation is to be sent to the organisational unit administration for processing as above.

1. Fill out a Travel Insurance Claim Form; and

2. Attach supporting documentation; and

3. Have an authorised officer of the University sign the Travel Information and Authorisation on the first page of the Travel Insurance Claim Form (this is normally the person who approved the travel);

4. Email the completed forms to insurance@uq.edu.au

5. Corporate Services Network (CSN) will be in contact with you within 30 days of receiving your claim.

Travel Insurance Claim Form

Workers' Compensation (Work Cover)

The University’s Workers' Compensation Scheme is managed by the Work Injury Management Section (WIMS) of the Occupational Health and Safety Unit.

All workers' compensation queries are to be directed to WIMS at wim@uq.edu.au

 

Disclaimer: The information about insurance policies contained in this table is for guidance only. The University’s insurance policies are subject to the terms, conditions, exclusions and limitations as expressed in the respective policy wordings and nothing contained in this document affects their force.

6. Certificates of Currency

A Certificate of Currency is a document from the University's insurer certifying that the University has a current policy in place for a particular type of insurance cover. It includes the type, limits, and period of coverage.

It is common for bodies external to the University to request certificates for activities such as consultant submissions, visas, grant applications, and student work experience.

Organisational units can request certificates from the Insurance Office, FBS by sending an email to insurance@uq.edu.au.

Students can request certificates through their school administrator.

Custodians
Chief Financial Officer
Mr Andrew Betts

Forms

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Approval to take Equipment to a Private Residence - Form

Approval to take Equipment to a Private Residence - Form

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To ensure insurance protection applies, use this form when seeking approval to borrow UQ property or equipment that will be used or stored at your home.

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Chief Financial Officer
Mr Andrew Betts
Authorised Student Activities Insurance Letter - Form

Authorised Student Activities Insurance Letter - Form

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Letter with insurance details for UQ authorised student activities.

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Chief Financial Officer
Mr Andrew Betts
Clinical Trials Insurance Protection - Form

Clinical Trials Insurance Protection - Form

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Complete this form and submit with your trial paperwork to the UQ Ethics Office so that insurance protection applies.

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Chief Financial Officer
Mr Andrew Betts
Conference and Exhibition Insurance Proposal - Form

Conference and Exhibition Insurance Proposal - Form

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Complete this form to obtain a quote for Conference and Exhibition cover.

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Chief Financial Officer
Mr Andrew Betts
Expatriate Insurance Summary - Form

Expatriate Insurance Summary - Form

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Staff members who are Australian citizens and who are permanently residing in other countries may require expatiate insurance. Includes pricing summary.

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Chief Financial Officer
Mr Andrew Betts
Expatriate Medical Expenses Claim - Form

Expatriate Medical Expenses Claim - Form

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Complete this form for medical expenses incurred as an expatriate with UQ.

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Chief Financial Officer
Mr Andrew Betts
Fit to Travel Report - Form

Fit to Travel Report - Form

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Have this report completed by your doctor within 30 days before the date of your journey if you have a pre-existing medical condition.

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Chief Financial Officer
Mr Andrew Betts
Loss Report - Form

Loss Report - Form

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All losses of $500 or more must be reported to the Insurance Office.  Report university property that is stolen or damaged using this form.

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Chief Financial Officer
Mr Andrew Betts
Marine Hull Claim - Form

Marine Hull Claim - Form

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Use this form for boat claims.

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Chief Financial Officer
Mr Andrew Betts
New Building Unimutual Notification - Form

New Building Unimutual Notification - Form

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Form to be completed for newly constructed UQ buildings to be added to the University's property protection.

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Chief Financial Officer
Mr Andrew Betts
Overseas Transit Insurance Advice - Form

Overseas Transit Insurance Advice - Form

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Use this form if you are transporting University property overseas via commercial carrier or as baggage for University purposes.

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Chief Financial Officer
Mr Andrew Betts
Placement and Work Experience Insurance Flowchart - Form

Placement and Work Experience Insurance Flowchart - Form

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A flowchart to assist with determining what documentation needs to be completed for insurance for your work experience or placement.

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Chief Financial Officer
Mr Andrew Betts
Research Insurance Claim - Form

Research Insurance Claim - Form

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Use this form in addition to the Loss Report Form to record claims for research project losses incurred due to an insurable event.

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Mr Andrew Betts
Staff Travel Insurance Summary - Form

Staff Travel Insurance Summary - Form

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A summary of the staff travel insurance policy.

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Chief Financial Officer
Mr Andrew Betts
Student Personal Accident Claim - Form

Student Personal Accident Claim - Form

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Students can fill out this form to claim under Personal Accident Insurance.

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Chief Financial Officer
Mr Andrew Betts
Student Placement Written Approval - Form

Student Placement Written Approval - Form

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An example of a letter of written approval for a student course placement.

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Chief Financial Officer
Mr Andrew Betts
Student Travel Insurance Summary - Form

Student Travel Insurance Summary - Form

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A summary of the student travel insurance policy.

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Chief Financial Officer
Mr Andrew Betts
TCE Contents Calculation Template - Form

TCE Contents Calculation Template - Form

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A calculator to assist in determining the value of contents in fridges, freezers and temperature controlled environments (TCEs).

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Chief Financial Officer
Mr Andrew Betts
Travel Insurance Claim - Form

Travel Insurance Claim - Form

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Staff or students can fill out this form to make a travel insurance claim.

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Chief Financial Officer
Mr Andrew Betts
Travel Notification Template - Form

Travel Notification Template - Form

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Use this form to provide the Insurance Office details of your travel for insurance purposes.

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Chief Financial Officer
Mr Andrew Betts
Unimutual Additional Nominated Affiliate Questionnaire - Form

Unimutual Additional Nominated Affiliate Questionnaire - Form

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Use this form to add an affiliate to the University's insurance protection.

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Chief Financial Officer
Mr Andrew Betts
Unpaid Work Experience Insurance Application - Form

Unpaid Work Experience Insurance Application - Form

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Application for work experience insurance cover which needs to be completed and signed by the student, work experience provider and Head of School.

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