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coronavirus resource center

Is your club or business prepared for Coronavirus?

The ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues, with far-reaching effects on people, travel, supply chains, economies and sport activities globally. In response to the impact of the outbreak being felt by sports entities all over the UK, we've created this resource centre to house all important news and information to update you on the potential implications for your club or business.

The resources below will be updated as the situation develops, so please check back often. 

For detailed guidance, please contact your usual  representative or get in touch online.

Useful links and information.

For information about Business Interruption Loan Schemes (CBILS), visit:

Other useful links and resources include:

Links to third party websites are provided as a convenience only. Bluefin Sport is not responsible or liable for any third party content or any third party website nor does it imply a recommendation or endorsement of such content, websites or services offered by third parties.

FAQs

We've collated the most frequently asked questions to provide you with the answers you need to manage your club or sport business throughout these uncertain times. 

Recovery for Sports and Entertainment

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact the sports and events sector, ongoing disruption has resulted in multiple event cancellations and disruption to the scheduled sports calendar. As organisations enter their recovery-planning phase, there is an opportunity to review and update risk management information to capture valuable lessons learned.

Risk Management Webcast Series

Hosted by various industry experts from within our parent company Marsh, these webcasts (hosted between the 20 April and 5 May) aim to help you respond to and recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. You can watch the replays here that cover topics such as managing Employers' liability, property risk changes, maximising your organisations recovery and claims considerations.

Closing facilities

The rapidly evolving COVID-19 pandemic has prompted governments and businesses to take extraordinary steps to help slow the spread of the virus and keep people safe. As a result, many are being forced to close their facilities temporarily.

Immediate considerations for you insurance arrangements

When fighting any type of crisis it is easy to forget or
overlook some of the basic rules on how to access and use your insurance, whereas this should be an integral part of contingency and incident response plans.

Mental health and wellbeing when you work from home

Working from home can turn normally optimistic, productive workers into tired, unmotivated, irritable ones. Before hitting rock bottom, learn how to spot the signs of declining mental health so you can address it in a timely way.

Coronavirus resilience

Are you prepared for the Novel Coronavirus outbreak? This factsheet covers managing the operational and potential organisational impacts.

Coronavirus and cover

Many organisations are asking the question of how insurance coverage might respond to virus-linked losses. We aim to give you the answers.