Wine Industry Program Overview


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Overview of our wine industry insurance program.

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Wine Industry Program Overview

  1. 1. Winery & Vineyard Program Overview
  2. 2. Business Insurance Employee Benefits Personal InsuranceComplete, comprehensive Comprehensive benefits Our dedicated personalbusiness coverage for the services, including health, insurance staff can help youwine industry. Whether dental, vision, retirement and save time and money on youryou’re a sole proprietorship estate programs – all homeowner’s insurance, autoor a large corporation. designed to help you retain policies and more your employees
  3. 3. Business Insurance• Employment Practices • Fine Arts• Property • Care, Custody & Control – Policy Limits• General Liability • Farm Pollution Clean-Up• Product Recall Expense• Damage during Production• Change in Temperature• Brands & Labels• Wine Contamination• Trellis & Vines• Borrowed or Rented Ag Equipment• Chemical Drift
  4. 4. Agency Services• Coverage Summary • Experience Modification Projection• Policy Schedule • Loss Control & Safety• Premium Breakdown • Account Marketing• Statement of Values • Contract Review• Coverage Checklist • Certificate Processing• Claims Management • Social Networking Services• Unit Statistical Claims Review • On-Site Safety & Human Resource Services
  5. 5. Some of Our Carrier Relationships…• Fireman’s Fund Insurance • Lloyds of London Specialty Company Property Division• Fairmont Specialty • S.N. Potter Insurance Company (exclusive Sonoma County• Nationwide Agriculture Agent)• Sequoia Insurance Company• Zenith Insurance Company• Unigard Insurance Company• Hanover Insurance Company• Liberty Mutual• Traveler’s Insurance Company
  6. 6. VineComp Workers’ Compensation Services• In-house Workers’ Compensation • Review of Loss Runs and Open Claims Administrator Claims Ensuring that claims are resolved• Claims Review & Management appropriately and closed in a timely Regularly scheduled employer meetings to manner review outstanding claims • Quarterly Follow-up (or as- needed) For problem claims with insurance claims adjusters • Experience Modification Projection In-depth client meeting, six months prior to policy renewal, to review all data that will be included in the upcoming experience modification factor
  7. 7. Safety & Human Resource Services• In-house Human Resource & Safety • Job Description Administrator Development• Development of Injury and Illness Prevention • Hiring / Termination Plan (IIPP) Policies Review• Development of Safety Incentive Programs, General Safety Programs and Employee Handbook• Sexual Harassment Training for Supervisors and Managers Required by AB 1825 for employers with over 50 employees• Work Injury Risk Audit• Federal and Cal/OSHA Compliance
  8. 8. Online Risk Management Center• Exclusive provider of GP Track, • Online platform to help develop our online risk management center risk mitigation and manage safety needs • Comprehensive library of safety, risk management and human resource materials • Software applications that automate many of the training, record keeping and reporting tasks required for compliance
  9. 9. Employee Benefits • Medical • Non-Qualified Deferred • Dental Compensation • Vision • Retirement 401(k) • Long-Term and • Employee Assistance Short-Term Programs Disability • Health Savings • Long-Term Care Accounts • Voluntary Benefits • Key Person • Life • Supplemental Life
  10. 10. Personal Insurance • Life • Boat and Watercraft • Individual • Motorcycle Disability • Recreational Vehicles • Individual Long- Term Care • Mobile Homes • Auto • High-Value Homes • Homeowner’s • Youthful and Elderly Drivers • Umbrella Policies • Flood • Earthquake