Know Risk is a community education program designed by the Australian and New Zealand Institute of Insurance and Finance (ANZIIF) to improve our understanding of insurance and how it relates to managing the many risks we all face in life.
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Good health is essential to us all. Know how to manage your health risks - from diet and exercise to your health insurance needs - you'll find a healthy collection of content here.
Home is where the heart is, and you want to feel safe and comfortable there. Learn how best to secure your environment and keep your property safe. Find house-related topics all under the one roof - from contents insurance tips to being bushfire savvy.
Trying to get the most out of life? Know what you need to protect yourself and your family in the case of the unexpected - from life insurance to retirement planning - you.ll find a varied collection of helpful content here.
Whether you work with computers, chemicals, food or finance, business comes with its own unique set of risks. Understanding these risks means keeping yourself and your business protected - things don't always go as planned.
It changes constantly, keeping us all on our toes and revolutionising our lives. The benefits are huge but you need to know the risks you face here too - from social media faux pas, to scams and identity theft. Get the buzz on technology here.
Got the travel bug? Be it short trips or long overseas adventures - to know your risks is to ensure a great trip: keep an eye on your stuff, get appropriate medical advice and consider travel insurance an essential. Take a journey around this section before you pack your bags.
Weather and Disasters
Everywhere you go, you always take the weather with you. Regardless of where you live, the weather occasionally gets a little unruly. Knowing your risks and how best to prepare for disasters, such as fires or floods, can save you money in the event and may also save your property.
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