Certificate of Insurance

A Certificate of Insurance is a standard document issued by an insurance company to provide proof of an insurance policy. The certificate provides proof that another party can satisfy various obligations such as ability to pay liability losses assumed under a contract, ability to pay workers compensation benefits due its employees, and ability to pay for loss or damage to property for which it is responsible.

Departments should request a Certificate of Insurance immediately upon agreement to pursue a purchase or contract. Please forward a copy of the certificate to Risk Management at ML 7211.

Questions regarding a Certificate of Insurance may be directed to Risk Management at (513) 745-2090 or by email to Mary Beth Townsley at townsley@xavier.edu.