By becoming a member of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu UK Council you have the opportunity to access a highly competitive insurance package for your Academy and members. As BJJ UKC is an Affiliate of the British Judo Association the insurance package offered comes with the buying power of the two Associations resulting in cost savings for its members.
The cover provides Public Liability up to £20,000,000 Indemnity for injury to third parties caused by the BJJ UKC, Clubs, Coaches, Members or Volunteers. Other benefits include:
Type of Units
Limit of Indemnity / Benefit
|Public & Products Liability||Per Member||£20m|
|Public & Products Liability,||Club||£20m|
|Professional Indemnity, Defamation||Club||£10|
|Abuse||Covered by the Associations Abuse Limit of Indemnity||£2.5m|
|Tournaments Liability||Per club, per event||Included Public Liability|
|Employers Liability||Per Club||Free, if applied for via the BJA Insurance Centre Microsite|
|Group Personal Accident||Per Member||Identical cover to BJA|
|Directors & Officers||Per Club||Inc Above|
Provision of this Insurance package is from Perkins Slade who are one of the UK’s largest independent insurance brokers, providing impartial advice and bespoke risk management solutions for a wide variety of sport and recreation associations, UK and International business, and private clients.
Perkins Slade Sports Team provides assistance to 320 Governing and Representative Bodies of sport and recreation in the United Kingdom, as well as:
– More than 60,000 (mainly voluntary) Sports Clubs
– Over 3 million individual participants
Major sports clients, who they insure, with a similar profile to that of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, include:
|British Judo Association||Welsh Karate Governing Body||Joint Aikido Council|
|Lawn Tennis Association||England Hockey||Football Association|
|Professional Golfers Association||British Gymnastics||Motorsport Ireland|
|National Small-Bore Rifle Association||Archery GB||British Weightlifting|
Perkins Slade are Approved Brokers to the Sport and Recreation Alliance (formerly the Central Council of Physical Recreation) and the Scottish and Welsh Sports Associations.
They also act in an advisory capacity to various Government departments including the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, Home Office (Active Communities Unit) and Department for Constitutional Affairs. In recent years they have provided similar support to Sport England and UK Sport.