3rd November 2020

Coronavirus - Working from Home

In accordance with the Government guidelines ManningUK staff are working from home and are ready and able to deal with all questions and enquries.  The telephone lines remain open from 10.00am – 4.00pm Monday to Friday.  Please do not hesitate to contact us during this time or via email.  To all our visitors and clients stay safe during these extremely tough times.


11th March 2019

Leaving the EU

If you are planning to take your vehicle abroad after we leave the EU ManningUK is advised you will need a Green Card document to extend the policy to include cover outside the United Kingdom. Therefore if you are travelling outside the United Kingdom any time after the end of March 2019 please telephone us. We understand there will be a charge but we do not know what it will be yet.

1st June 2016

Lighting up stars at the Henley Festival

After the great success of last year's festival firework shows, the MANNINGUK team are delighted to once again sponsor the Henley Festival fireworks. We hope to see them bigger and even more spectacular than last year.

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15th May 2016

The Great British Weather!

Some things are beyond all our control, but the consequences can be minimised with a little planning...

Here are some key points to consider when addressing the effects weather-related risks could have on your business:


Roofs, gutters and drains should be inspected at least once a year, particularly where trees are in close proximity.

Even if those involved in a weather related accident are not your employees, you must make sure that the Work At Height Regulations (WAHR) are adhered to before work commences, and that all safety precautions possible are put into place.

Lightning Damage to Electronic Equipment

Lightning conductors or UPS battery back-up units fitted to computer systems may not in themselves be sufficient to protect all vital electronic or telecommunications systems from lightning damage.

Floods And Storms

Keep stock off the floor wherever possible to prevent from potential flood damage. Store it on shelving, racking or pallets - particularly in basement areas.

The Environment Agency has published floodplain maps on their website at - you can and should use these to establish the likelihood of your premises being flooded.

Burst And Frozen Water Pipes

With central heating systems, the risk of suffering burst or frozen pipes can be reduced by making sure that they include a "frost-stat". This will override the time clock in the event of a very low temperature whilst the heating is off, and keep the heating a temperature just high enough to prevent freezing.

Storage tanks should also be adequately insulated.

For any more information or if you would like MANNINGUK to review your insurances whilst taking these points into account, please contact us.


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