Member Insurance Rules for the Equine Podiatry Association (UK)

Issue: 1.0
Last updated: 24th August 2019

These Rules are made in accordance with the Articles of Association and relate to member insurance requirements of the Association.

1. All Full members must have public liability insurance and professional indemnity insurance to cover all professional interactions with equines relating to equine podiatry.

2. Full members must have public liability insurance and professional indemnity insurance cover with:

   a. minimum per incident bloodstock cover up to £10,000 (or higher if you work with bloodstock horses above this value).

   b. minimum per incident non-bloodstock cover up to £500,000

   c. minimum per incident product liability cover up to £500,000 (unless no products are supplied as part of the practice).

3. The cover levels set out in 2. above are the minimum levels required for membership of the EPA. Members are strongly encouraged to obtain cover with higher per incident limits.

4. Full members will be required to provide evidence of appropriate insurance being in place within 14 days of the start of initial Full membership and at each subsequent membership renewal. Failure to provide such evidence will result in the member being referred to the Membership Committee, who have the power to sanction the member up to and including cancellation of membership.