Cardinus Risk Management is offering its expertise to insurance brokers through a new partnership with Momentum, the recently launched support and development service for new and existing insurance brokers.

Cardinus information and advice is being incorporated into a joint publication newsletter sent out to Momentum clients. Subjects covered in the first edition include:

  • Work-related ill health and lost productivity.
  • Winter driving tips.
  • The benefits of an effective environmental management system.

Jon Abbott, managing director – ergonomics and safety at Cardinus, said, “Our partnership with Momentum provides a strategically important approach to helping policyholders manage their risk. The recent review of health and safety by the coalition government concluded that health and safety should be sensible and bureaucracy free. The solutions developed between Cardinus and Momentum ensure we are perfectly placed to support this and help businesses mitigate their risk quickly, easily and most importantly, cost-effectively.”

Based in the Midlands, Momentum is offering a UK-wide service of experienced and professional support and top quality insurance placement. Howard Pepper, managing director of Momentum, said, “This partnership typifies what Momentum is about in terms of offering our members advice and support in a wide range of areas which will benefit their business. The information provided by Cardinus is of the highest quality and we are delighted to be in a position to share it within our network.”

Cardinus works with many of the world’s largest organisations to help meet regulatory requirements, reduce injuries and injury-related costs. The company also offers a variety of techniques to encourage employee and organisational behaviour change, to assist with the identification and management of risk.

For more information about Cardinus Risk Management, and its products and its services call 020 7469 0200, email [email protected] or see

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