The objectives of the UK Asbestos Working Party are to:
- collect UK insurance market data on a yearly basis for UK asbestos-related claims
- collect data relating to UK asbestos-related diseases, such as from the CRU, etc.
- compare trends in survey data against the AWP’s market estimates and react accordingly
- maintain contact with key individuals and organisations such as the HSE, Prof. Peto, etc.
- understand and respond to legal and/or industry developments affecting asbestos-related claims in the UK
- if a new market estimate is required to develop and make available, a population/insurance claim projection models for UK asbestos-related claims.
UK Asbestos Working Party Data Request
The UK Asbestos Working Party periodically carries out market surveys of insurance company UK-asbestos-related claims in order that they can estimate the future cost of UK asbestos-related claims to the insurance industry.
Models and spreadsheets
- Models used in 2021 Paper for market estimates
- Aggregated market data (as at year-end 2020)
- Aggregated market data (as at year-end 2019)
- Aggregated market data for years 1999 to 2018 (as at year-end 2018)
- Aggregated market data for years 1998 to 2017 (as at year-end 2017)
- Aggregated market data for years 1997 to 2016 (as at year-end 2016)
- Aggregated market data for years 1996 to 2015 (as at year-end 2015)
- Aggregated market data for years 1995 to 2014 (as at year-end 2014)
- Aggregated market data for years 1994 to 2013 (as of 2014 Q1)
- Replication of HSE mesothelioma TSCE model - Presented at GIRO 2011
- Models used in 2009 Paper for market estimates
- Models used in 2004 Paper for market estimates
- Update from the UK Asbestos Working Party (GIRO 2021)
- Update from the UK Asbestos Working Party (GIRO, 2019)
- Update from the UK Asbestos Working Party (GIRO, 2018)
- Update from the UK Asbestos Working Party (GIRO, 2017)
- Update from the UK Asbestos Working Party (GIRO, 2016)
- Update from Asbestos and Deafness Working Parties (CIGI, 2016)
- Update from the UK Asbestos Working Party (GIRO 2015) - Notes pages
- Update from Working Party (GIRO, 2013)
- Update from Asbestos and Deafness Working Parties (CIGI, 2013)
- Update from Working Party (GIRO, 2010)
- Update from Working Party (GIRO, 2009)
- Update from Working Party (GIRO, 2008)
- Report of the UK Asbestos Working Party – handouts (GIRO, 2007)
- UK asbestos - the definitive guide (GIRO, 2004)
- 9 November 2017
- 1 May 2013
- 11 October 2011
- 11 October 2011
- 11 October 2010
- 19 October 2009
- 5 October 2009
- 19 October 2009
- 24 September 2008
- 1 January 2008
- 1 October 2007
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