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Voluntary Workers

While you focus on serving your community, we’ll make sure you’re covered with AHI’s comprehensive Voluntary Workers Personal Accident policy.

Volunteers are the beating heart of our local and global communities. Whether you’re sizzling sausages at a junior sports club, making decorations for a charity fundraiser, AHI has you covered in case of accident, accidental death or permanent disability.
Our policy covers voluntary workers, club directors and committee members who wouldn’t otherwise be eligible for workers compensation insurance. You play an important role supporting others, so don’t forget to keep yourself and your volunteers safe from risk.

Why AHI?

When you choose AHI, you get an expert team of specialists dedicated to protecting what matters most to you, who will work around the clock to support you if trouble should strike. It’s the AHI advantage.

  • Our underwriting and claims performance standards are externally focused and written with your needs in mind.
  • We audit our work against our performance to ensure we’re delivering you the best possible service.
  • Our products have broader scope to suit some of the most unique needs.
  • We are a member of the Tokio Marine Group so you know you're in the safe hands of one of the world's largest insurers.

Policy Features

  • Non-income earner payments. Support for domestic home help or student tutorial benefits for nonincome earners and full-time students.

  • Weekly benefits payment. In the case of accidental temporary total disablement, you’ll receive a weekly benefits payment.

  • Lump sum benefit. If the unthinkable should happen, you’re protected against financial loss for accidental death or permanent disability with a lump sum payment.

  • Non-Medicare medical expenses*. Not all medical expenses are covered by Medicare, so let AHI take care of the rest.

    *Refer to policy wordings for all terms, conditions and waiting periods

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