In most cases, insurance policies are meant to protect assets, valuables and people in case of damage to property or accidents. Cleaner’s liability insurance is however taken to protect cleaners within an organization from hazards they may face at work or damage to property that may arise from their work. Regardless of what many employers may think, insurance for cleaners is not just meant to protect the employees, it is also meant to protect the organization’s property and staff too.
In many counties and districts the local government is the biggest employer and biggest spender on outsourced services; central government outsources a lot as well. If you can bid for the work available then you could secure a lucrative contract including long term and framework contracts; councils and government departments though have various pre requisites for who they choose and very often this includes adequate insurance. This is especially the case for businesses where they will be performing tasks away from their normal offices or providing services rather than or as well as products.