|Also known as||Product and Public Liability, sometimes.|
|Relevant Acts, Regulations and Standards|
|Variants||Check with your broker or insurer|
Broadform liability, a common form of liability insurance, generally refers to an insurance policy which covers public liability as well as product liability.
But it is best to double check and to call the insurer to ask specifically what's included. Sometimes it includes Product Liability, sometimes not. However, each insurer has stated that they can provide CoC's that detail what is included. The insured party simply needs to ask that when their certificate of currency is issued that it details exactly what is covered, e.g Public Liability and Product Liability.
Whilst not normally a regulatory requirement, most organisations take out public liability insurance.
Most organisations require their suppliers to hold public or boardform liability
Depends on your broker or insurer