Vendors planning to be part of the fall conference of the Kentucky State Beekeepers Association (KSBA) on Nov. 3 must quickly handle some newly discovered late-breaking requirements that potential vendors provide advance proof of their liability insurance within the next couple of weeks.
Mike Mabry KSBA vice president, says vendors must have a Certificate of Liability Insurance on file at the Bullitt County Board of Education by July 10. This deadline is so the Board may act on the completed KSBA application on July 16.
“If the vendors do not have their insurance info in as dated, they will not be able to participate in this fall conference,” Mabry warned, apologizing in an email for the “last-minute bump in the road.”
The application KSBA must file to comply with the requirements specifies that vendors have coverage minimums of $10,000 property damage and $1 million personal injury for the event at Bullitt Central High School.
Also the Bullitt County Board of Education and its address (1040 HWY 44E, Shepherdsville, KY 40165) must be listed as an Additional Insured and the Certificate Holder. Mabry cautions, “Many insurance companies don’t know how to do that,” so vendors should be careful the certifications are correctly completed.
Vendors: Email your insurance confirmations to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.