Insurance and Fundraising Activities GAA Liability Policy 2015-09-09 07:00:00

Insurance and Fundraising Activities. Major Fundraising events are not automatically covered under the GAA Liability Policy. 

In order for Insurers to confirm cover the following information must be submitted for review: 

Event Plan of activities proposed (templates are available from GAA Risk and Insurance Manager or Willis to assist you in this regard).

Details to include the following: 

•Where and When Event is taking place

•Approximate numbers expected to be in attendance

•Objectives of the event - What is hoped to achieve with this event

•Full Description of the event & planned activities

•Who will be participating in the event (are they members of the club etc.)

•Risk Assessment for event and all activities - Identify possible risks and develop strategies to minimise these risks

•Details on first aid/security at the event and signage for event

•Confirmation that your County Board have been notified of this event

Use of Third Parties / Contractors (examples include but not limited to Music/Lighting/Sound/Security/Food and Beverage provision/temporary structure erection e.g. Marquee or stage / Wellbeing facilities etc).

Details of any third party involvement are required - you will need to verify each third party has their own insurances in place.

The following are the GAA’s requirements;

•Evidence of Public Liability insurance with a minimum limit of €6.5 Million

•Evidence of Employers Liability Insurance (if applicable) with a minimum limit of €13 Million

•A specific indemnity should be noted on the policy to the GAA Club which they are using and Cumann Lúthchleas Gael.

Once the above information is provided we will be in a position to confirm if cover can be extended to the club as organisers of the event. 

Queries in relation to cover can be submitted to: or or to your county board.

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For general information on -  

Public Liability 

Employers Liability 

Property Insurance 

GAA Injury Benefit Fund

Club Health and Safety Statements 

click on: GAA Insurance and Injury Benefit Fund

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