National Association of Testing Authorities (NATA)


To obtain National Association of Testing Authorities (NATA) accreditation requires professional expertise and rigorous discipline. Maintaining your facility's accreditation and effectively managing your business is a process of risk management. Insurance is an essential element of risk management for commercial and professional practices.

Gallagher's insurance package for NATA accredited facilities has been developed specifically to meet the insurance needs of testing facilities. Our offering includes four separate insurance products, which a have been designed to cover your accredited professional activities, legal liability to third parties and business assets.


Professional indemnity

Professional Indemnity insurance provides cover for financial loss to a third party arising from your alleged negligence or errors in providing the professional services of your accredited facility. The policy covers damages awarded including legal and investigation fees incurred in defence of a claim or allegation.


Directors' & officers'/employment practices liability

Directors' & officers' liability insurance provides personal protection for allegations or legal actions brought against company directors and officers by shareholders, employees, creditors, customers or regulatory authorities.

Employment practices liability insurance protects the insured’s business, its directors, officers and employees against claims arising from employment-related allegations or law suits initiated by employees of the business.


Public & products liability

Public & products liability insurance covers liability arising from your business activities which cause personal injury, death or property damage to a third party.


Office insurance

Office insurance protects the physical assets of your business, such as your laboratories and test equipment.