4. Standardised annual reporting on progress
What makes such action compelling beyond contributing to the resource efficiency and climate impact of the UK insurance industry is that it makes business sense. Considering the materials used; on-site energy, waste and water management and associated travel can generate cost savings, and improve customer satisfaction through reducing the length of time of time it takes to deal with a claim.
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Background to the Sustainable Claims Collaboration
The first stage of this collaboration culminated in the ‘Sustainable Claims Management report’ in 2010. With a focus on domestic property claims, the report takes into account the lessons learnt from similar initiatives within the motor and commercial property sectors and identifies many low cost or no cost opportunities for insurers to increase the sustainability of the process by which insured property is indemnified.
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Building on this report, a series of workshops involving leading property insurer and supplier stakeholders were held in 2011. With the input of the Carbon Trust these identified which elements of the claims cycle have the highest environmental impact , developed understanding of the implications for cost and claims duration and developed guidance for best practice.
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