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Insurance for members of Rowing Australia

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the period of insurance for the Australian Rowing National Insurance Program?

31st May 2017 to 31st May 2018

As an Affiliated Rowing Club member what exactly am I insured for under the National Insurance Program?

  1. Public & Products Liability
  2. Professional Indemnity
  3. Personal Accident
  4. Management Liability
  5. Cyber Liability & Privacy Protection

In addition to the National Insurance Program, Rowing Australia, Affiliated States and all Affiliated Clubs have access to;

  • Corporate Travel
  • Workers Compensation
  • Industrial Special Risk
  • Marine Hull / Rowing Scull (Australia & Overseas)

What is Public Liability Insurance?

Public Liability Insurance covers you for losses or damage a third party suffers as a result of your activities. It provides protection to rowing members that are held liable for a negligent act that results in property damage and/or bodily injury. For more information please click here for the policy wording.

What is Products Liability Insurance?

Products Liability Insurance covers injury, illness, loss or damage to a member of the public as a result of goods that you sell or supply. For more information please click here for the policy wording.

What is Professional Indemnity?

Professional Indemnity provides indemnity for liability for an error or incorrect advice which results in injury or property damage to a third party. For more information please click here for the policy wording.

What is Personal Accident (Sports Injury) Insurance?

Personal Accident covers injuries resulting from an accident (not illness) whilst participating in sanctioned Rowing activities. For more information please click here for the policy wording.

What is Cyber Insurance?

Cyber Insurance provides cover for affiliated State/Territory Associations and their affiliated clubs for Cyber, Privacy and Media damages that they may face. For more information please click here for the policy wording.

How can I demonstrate that I hold Insurance?

A Certificate of Currency is a document that confirms an insurance policy is current and valid. It is issued by Aon as the Insurance Broker for Rowing Australia and can be downloaded online through the following link. Alternatively you can email Aon on au.rowing@aon.com to request a copy.

As a member do I have access to Travel Insurance through Rowing Australia’s National Insurance program?

Travel Insurance is available to nominated individuals on travel authorised by Rowing Australia. Please check with Rowing Australia to find out how to become a nominated individual or if you already qualify for this cover.

If you are not covered under this scheme we would be happy to provide you with a quote to cover you for Leisure Travel Insurance. Please contact us on 1800 377 712 or email us at au.rowing@aon.com

How do I make a claim?

For more information on making a claim please refer to our Claims Information tab.

Is the cost of an Ambulance covered under the National Insurance Program?

Yes, Ambulance transport is a non-Medicare medical expense and as such covered under the Personal Accident section of the Program. For more information please click here for the policy wording.

Am I still covered if I travel abroad?

Yes as there is no territorial limit and the policy has worldwide cover.  For full details however please refer to the policy wording.

I have a specific Rowing insurance related question that isn’t answered in these FAQ’s, who can I direct that to?

If you cannot find what you are looking for feel free to email us at au.rowing@aon.com or give us a call on 1800 377 712.

If rowing equipment is stolen from a rowing club would that be covered under Rowing Australia’s National Insurance Program?

Each club needs to take out their own property coverage which would cover their clubs property from things such as damage, theft, fire, flood and any consequential loss of profits.

An Industrial Special Risk (ISR) policy can protect rowing clubs from such occurrences so if you hold existing property cover or need to take out new cover we can help you with this. It’s easy to switch to Aon (link to the LOA page) and you can even do this mid-term at no extra cost.

Please follow this link (What’s covered & policy wording) for more information on what’s covered.

What is the period of insurance for the Australian Rowing National Insurance Program?

31st May 2017 to 31st May 2018

As an Affiliated Rowing Club member what exactly am I insured for under the National Insurance Program?

  1. Public & Products Liability
  2. Professional Indemnity
  3. Personal Accident
  4. Management Liability
  5. Cyber Liability & Privacy Protection

In addition to the National Insurance Program, Rowing Australia, Affiliated States and all Affiliated Clubs have access to;

  • Corporate Travel
  • Workers Compensation
  • Industrial Special Risk
  • Marine Hull / Rowing Scull (Australia & Overseas)

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