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SNAME unveils insurance program for members

SNAME launched a general liability and professional indemnity insurance program for members of the society.

SNAME launched a general liability and professional indemnity insurance program for members of the society.

“The SNAME Insurance Program provides tangible value to our members,” SNAME director of membership Mike Hall said in a statement. “We want to provide services of value to our community, especially those that have unique features driven by our industry.”

Insurance under the new program will be available to SNAME members at discounted rates.

A free webinar, open to SNAME members and non-members, will be held from 11 a.m. to noon EDT on Nov. 4.

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