Certificate of Insurance
What is a Certificate of Insurance?
Exchanging proof of insurance is a common step in the contracting process. A Certificate of Insurance (COI) is a document from your insurance company as proof your entity is insured. The document lists all of the information required to file a claim in the event of an accident or injury: the name of the insured, the policy numbers, the type of coverage, and the limits on coverage. Below is an example of a Certificate of Insurance.
Enterprise Risk Management handles all aspects of the commercial insurance portfolio for University of Cincinnati. Reach out to our office with requests for proof of insurance or any questions about the adequacy of third party COI in conjunction with contractual provisions.
- Obtain a Certificate of Insurance from any third party under contract, ensure it meets the minimum requirements, and maintain the documentation per the retention schedule.
- Print UC's Proof of Insurance (MOI)
- Request a Certificate of Insurance to add a third party as an additional insured on a UC policy.