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Don’t Let Your Sausage Sizzle be the Next Salmonella Outbreak


Tuesday, 1st December 2015 at 9:57 am
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Whether you need an annual insurance program or one off cover for an upcoming event, NFP Insurance Brokers can help you get the most comprehensive policy at competitive rates so your next sausage sizzle is covered!


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Don’t Let Your Sausage Sizzle be the Next Salmonella Outbreak
Tuesday, 1st December 2015 at 9:57 am

Whether you need an annual insurance program or one off cover for an upcoming event, NFP Insurance Brokers can help you get the most comprehensive policy at competitive rates so your next sausage sizzle is covered!

Many organisations supplement their income with fundraising activities. Sausage sizzles are popular because they are easy to hold and generate a good return on the day. But for one club, the sausage sizzle hit a major snag.  

As part of a fundraising event, a club had a sausage sizzle to raise money to pay for their new website. In preparation for the sausage sizzle, the club purchased 200 kilos of sausages, 50 kilos of minced meat patties and 20 kilos of chicken breast.

On the day of the event, a couple of the club’s volunteers called in sick. In a dash of desperation, the club’s president called a couple of his friends to help out with cooking the BBQ. None of the friends had undergone any induction program or had undertaken any food safety courses prior to the event.

During the preparation, one of the volunteers placed cooked meat into an empty tray which had been used to store raw chicken breast. The empty tray contained a pool of fluid that had come from the chicken breast. The cooked meat was served to members of the public.

The next day, the club’s president received complaints from approximately 100 members of the public who said they had food poisoning. Those affected had symptoms which ranged from nausea and vomiting to a more serious case where one attendee was admitted to hospital with severe salmonella poisoning.

The outcome:

This person made a claim against the club for negligent handling of food. He had been unable to return to work for over 2 months due to the infection. This individual incurred out of pocket expenses and loss of income of 2 weeks wages from his work. The individual was a partner of a large accounting firm.

The club’s insurer paid $50,000 in compensation which included loss of earnings and out of pocket expenses.

Are you planning an event? One-off event cover is now available. From as little as $275 for $10 million cover this expense could be avoided.

At NFP Insurance Brokers (www.nfpib.com.au) we offer annual cover and one off event cover to provide protection against such instances to ensure you aren’t exposed.   

Better still, the one off event insurance can be purchased online in a matter of minutes by clicking here.

Events covered:

  • Fundraisers
  • Stalls
  • Exhibitions
  • Conventions
  • Concerts
  • Plays

Whether you need an annual insurance program or one off cover for an upcoming event, we can help you get the most comprehensive cover at competitive rates.  Our team of insurance specialists has over 50 years of experience serving community service organisations and currently insures a diverse variety of clients in this sector.

For annual cover click here and get your quote and/or buy online instantly.   

Our insurance professionals are available 24/7 to answer all your questions, and more importantly to facilitate any insurance claims on your behalf to get you the best possible outcome and minimise disruption to your business.  

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