Avoid wedding day casualties
If one of your wedding guests is injured as a direct result of your DJ, their equipment or any other wedding service supplier, who pays? Wedding DJs use a significant quantity of equipment – speakers, stands, lighting and other electrical equipment and with this kit, there are personal injury and health and safety risks to consider.
Whilst we all laugh at the TV bloopers of when weddings go wrong, it is vital to ensure that your wedding DJ is fully covered with a minimum of public liability insurance (employer’s liability insurance would also be wise). A lack of public liability insurance (and PAT certificates), will in most cases be an ‘entry denied’ criteria at most wedding venues and could easily stop your wedding in its tracks. Whilst any professional wedding DJ will have this covered, it might be wise to avoid this avenue to wedding DJ disaster by asking to see your DJ’s certificate of public liability.
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